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It is my pleasure to welcome you totheUniversity
of Florida Performing Arts (UFPA) 2009-10 Season. I am proud to present you with a season of
outstanding, internationally diverse programs that includes a world premiere, a newly commissioned
work by UFPA, as well as productions that will be built under our auspices on the Phillips Center for
the Performing Arts stage.
UFPA is facing many challenges due to our budget deficits. However, we will continue to seek various
forms of support to maintain our distinction as an enduring cultural destination so that the importance
of the performing arts in our lives will not be sacrificed or compromised. We will also pursue our
vital mission with high-quality, well-regarded and relevant programs, sustaining our role in the cultural
landscape of the University of Florida, and the Heart of Florida, through the 2009-10 Season offerings.
Our department is accountable to a range of stakeholders, including audience members; volunteers;
artistic collaborators; staff members; our Advisory Board of Directors and those that comprise its
respective committees; event sponsors; local performing arts producing companies; members of our
Capital Campaign Council; and, the university and surrounding community constituents. All have
vested interests in, to one degree or another, the sustainability and success of UFPA. It is my desire, and
one of my priorities, that these constituents are well-served by the programs and venues that we oversee.
While we acknowledge that the performing arts experience has transformative power, we also realize
that it is ephemeral; gone as it's performed benefiting only those fortunate enough to have witnessed
the live event. To that end, we will continue to create longer-lasting experiences that can resonate
over days, weeks, months and even years, through our pre- and post-performance discussions, program
notes, master classes, residencies, and the like. You have my commitment that I will listen to, nurture,
and respect the thoughts, ideas and comments from the many stakeholders in this process.


At times you will join us for performances that you are well acquainted with; where your comfort level
is secure and your knowledge about the artist or attraction is without risk. I hope you will also join
us for programs that extend beyond your "comfort zone" to experience new ways of engaging in the
UFPA performing arts environment. I realize that quality is important to you as you seek a return on
your investments in both your discretionary time and financial ventures.
As we help to develop the careers of artists with whom we collaborate, you will encounter innovative
and energizing performances. By broadening these boundaries of expectation, we will discover new
ways to deliver what you've come to expect from University of Florida Performing Arts. Thank you
for your confidence in our enterprise and again, welcome to the University of Florida Performing Arts
2009-10 Season.



Michael Blachly
Director







Squitieri Studio Theatre

Salon Series
Envision an intimate salon theatre where every audience member feels connected with the artist and
their work. This season we are excited to bring you a new and unique theatre experience we hope
you will embrace. The recently dedicated Alan and Carol Squitieri Studio Theatre located just oft the
Main Lobby of the Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will be host to a variety of chamber, folk,
vocal and acoustical performances specially selected just for this venue Following each performance
whenever possible, audience members will join the artist, in the Fackler Foyer for a post-performance
reception providing an opportunity to meet and mingle with the artists and fellow patrons in a warm
and pleasing environment. Beverages and light refreshments will be available



Salon Series Events
Fall 2009
September 11 Carrie Newcomer
October 26 Young Concert Artist Narek Hakhnazarvan, Cello
November 19 The Sedoctaves
Spring 2010
January 17 Young Concert Artist Bella Hristova, Violin
January 24 Leipzig String Quartet
January 29 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Winners' Engagement
February 12 Richie Havens
March 25 No Southern Accent
April 3 The Kin
April 25 Young Concert Artistr -
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Carrie Newcomer
Friday, September 11, 7:30 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
Hailed as a soaring songstress, this gifted
singer-songwriter and Indiana native performs
music about the small joys and pains in life,
emphasizing the little moments that are often
taken for granted. For her, "songwriting is not
about being clever, flashy or fancy it is about
telling a compelling story in language and music
with elegance and clarity."



All performances are at the Curtis M. Phillips Center
for the Performing Arts unless otherwise noted.







Sister Hazel

Friday, September 18, 7:30 p.m.
Gainesville natives, Sister Hazel, return to their
old stomping grounds to perform the band's
exceptional blend of alternative rock, folk and
southern rock. Their recently released, first-ever
live acoustic record Before the Amplifiers,
Live Acoustic features 16 tracks which
include their hits, fan favorites and live
concert staples.


Sponsored by

GATEWAY GRAND


DANCE
Choreography by Lucinda Childs
Film by Music by
Sol LeWitt Phillip Glass
Tuesday, September 29, 7:30 p.m.
A seminal collaboration emerging out of one
of the most vibrant and prolific periods in New
York's art world, DANCE is a rarely performed
signature work by one of the pillars of the Judson
Dance Theater collective, Lucinda Childs. The
1979 classic will be remounted by the Richard B.
Fisher Center at Bard College with a complete
restoration of Sol LeWitt's work on film, which
comprises the work's decor and with which the
dancers seamlessly interact.
DANCE by Lucinda Childs was made possible by the National
Endowment for the Arts' American Masterpieces: Dance initiative,
administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts.


Young Concert Artist:
Narek Hakhnazaryan, Cello
Monday, October 26, 7:30 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
The new Squitieri Studio Theatre presents the
ideal intimate setting to showcase the talents
of three outstanding Young Concert Artists. A
native of Armenia, Narek Hakhnazaryan, was
born in 1988 to a family of musicians: his father
is a violinist and his mother, a pianist. At the
age of 12, he began studies at the Moscow
Conservatory with Alexey Seleznyov. This
talented artist has won several awards including
First Prize in the 2006 Aram Khachaturian
International Competition in Armenia, and Fifth
Prize at the 2007 Tchaikovsky International
Competition in Moscow.
Young Concert Artists, Inc. was founded in 1961 as a
nonprofit organization to discover and launch the careers
of extraordinary young musicians. Many of today's
greatest performers started their careers with Young
Concert Artists including Emanuel Ax, Eugenia Zukerman,
Chee-Yun, and the St. Lawrence String Quartet


Classic Albums Live:
Pink Floyd The Wall
Wednesday, October 28, 7:30 p.m.
Experience the greatest albums of all time with
Classic Albums Live, where the world's best
musicians and vocalists recreate your favorite
albums note for note, front to back. Released
in 1979, Pink Floyd's The Wall exploded around
the globe when its intense theme connected
with fans everywhere. The ever-popular hit
from the album, Another Brick in the Wall,
topped U.S. and U.K. charts at No. 1 and
remains a fan-favorite to this day.

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The Ten Tenors

Tuesday, November 3, 7:30 p.m.
This charismatic and ever-charming Australian
ensemble mixes classical, rock and opera with
natural abilities that are distinctly their own.
Their phenomenal success has resulted in the
award-winning collections One Is Not Enough,
Larger Than Life, Tenology, Here's to the
Heroes, and 2008's Nostalgica, featuring new
arrangements of Besame Mucho and Over
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Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem -
Pajama Party
Friday, November 6, 7p.m.
Put on your favorite PJs and join Rani Arbo
& daisy mayhem for their first Pajama Party
appearance! This four-piece string band loves
nothing more than inspiring families to get
up and dance with their exuberant mix of
traditional, original and contemporary sounds.
With Arbo's captivating alto at the helm,
rousing vocal harmonies, a recycled drum set,
fiddle, guitar and bass, daisy mayhem offers an
entertaining evening for the entire family!


Stradivari Quartet
Sunday, November 8, 2 p.m.
University Auditorium
This talented Swiss ensemble consists of four
extraordinary artists performing on a set of
equally extraordinary Stradivarius instruments.
This is a unique opportunity to hear the
distinctive sound previously experienced by only
kings and queens.
Quartet in G Minor, D. 173 Schubert
La Oracion del Torero Turina
Quartet No. 4 Bart6k
Quartet in A Minor, Op. 51, No. 2 Brahms


Monday, November 9, 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, November 10, 7:30 p.m.
AVENUE Q is Broadway's smash-hit 2004 Tony
Award winner for BEST MUSICAL, BEST SCORE
and BEST BOOK. A hilarious show full of heart
and hummable tunes, AVENUE Q is about trying
to make it in NYC with big dreams and a tiny
bank account. Called "one of the funniest shows
you're ever likely to see" by Entertainment
Weekly, AVENUE Q features a cast of people
and puppets who tell the story in a smart, risque'
and downright entertaining way. The New
Yorker calls it "SUBVERSIVE and UPROARIOUS!"
This performance contains mature content that is not appropriate
for children.
AVENUE Q has not been authorized or approved by The
Jim Henson Company or Sesame Workshop, which have no
responsibility for its content.

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Soledad Barrio &
Noche Flamenca
Thursday, November 12, 7:30 p.m.

Passion, emotion and purity are at the heart
of one of the world's most complex and
mysterious art forms, flamenco. Hailed by critics
everywhere for its transcendent and deeply
emotional performances, Noche Flamenca is
recognized as the most authentic touring
company in the field today.

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Bruckner Orchestra Linz
Dennis Russell Davies,
Conductor
Renaud Capucon, Violin
Sunday, November 15, 2 p.m.
For the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, the focus
is clear: The explicit promotion of the works
of Anton Bruckner and the cultivation of
contemporary music. Looking back on more
than 200 years of history and tradition, Bruckner
has become one of Central Europe's leading
orchestras. With its 110 musicians, Bruckner
Orchestra Linz has earned an international
reputation for the exceptional quality of its
performances, recordings and broadcasts.
Symphony No. 36 in C Major, Linz Mozart
Symphony No. 4 (original 1874 version) Bruckner


Yamato, The Drummers
of Japan
Wednesday, November 25, 7:30 p.m.
Soul-stirring Japanese war drums beat to
thunderous applause, thrilling audiences around
the world. This group of talented performers,
known as Yamato, awakens the hearts of people
everywhere with traditional Wadaiko drums,
putting their very souls into these remarkable
instruments.
Sponsored by
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The Sedoctaves
Thursday, November 19, 7:30 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
Prepare to be impressed by this University of
Florida all-female a cappella ensemble formed in
2005. Since their inception, the group has been
performing renditions of current hits as well as
old favorites, captivating audiences with their
sultry sound and vibrant personalities.


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B6la Fleck & The Flecktones
The Holiday Tour
Featuring Victor Lemonte
Wooten, Future Man and
Jeff Coffin
Sunday, December 6, 3 p.m.
Ring in the holidays with Bela Fleck & the
Flecktones' performance of their Grarrmmrn
Award-winning CD, Jingle All The Way. In
the true spirit of the Flecktones, Jingle All The
Way transforms traditional holiday music and
standards into Lrllantly expressive soundscapes
in this latest release.

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CATS
Saturday, January 9, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, January 10, 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Winner of seven Tony awards, rn:luding Best
Musical, CATS features 20 of Andrew Lloyd
Webber's timeless melodies. There's no better
way to introduce your family to the wonders of
live theater than with the magic, the mystery, the
memory of CATS, one of the longest running shows
in Broadway's history.
Sponsored by
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Complexions Contemporary
Ballet
Wednesday, January 13, 7:30 p.m.
Founders Desmond Richardson and Dwight Rhoder
airng :..th their New York City-based company
of dance thoroughbreds roughly 20 incredibly
trained classical and contemporary dancers have
awakened audiences to a new, e .:tinn cenre
that combines the best of athleticism, lyricism and
technical training and experience.


The 5 Browns
Thursday, January 14, 7:30 p.m.
Envision a family of five pianists with all the talent,
youth and energy you can possibly imagine. This
young quintet of brothers and sisters each a
virtuoso in their own right has taken the
classical music world by storm. Their exhilarating
performances entice all ages and lovers of classical
and non-classical music, breathing freshness and
excitement into the genre.
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GROOVALOO


Friday, January 15, 7:30 p.m.
Based on the award-winning troupe's true-life
experiences and told by the dancers who lived
them, GROOVALOO combines an "off-the-hook"
authenticity and energy as it embarks on a journey
through the diverse world of hip-hop dance. The
vibrant musical score and powerful poetry chronicle
the struggles, hopes and triumphs of the cast, as
they discover the true meaning of family and share
what it's like to be "in the circle."
Go behind the scenes of GROOVALOO with a .i.:I t i,
Tour prior to the performance. This special benefit is for
Affiliates at the Director ($250) level and above. See
page 15 to become an Affiliate.
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Young Concert Artist:
Bella Hristova, Violin
Sunday, January 17, 7:30 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
A first-prize winner of the 2008-09 Young Concert
Artists International Auditions, Bulgarian native
Bella Hristova began playing the violin at the age
of 6. In addition to this honor, the talented artist
has also been awarded the Rhoda Walker Teagle
Prize, the Ruth Laredo Memorial Award and the
Mortimer Levitt Career Development Award for
Women Artists.


Nnenna Freelon, Harolyn Blackwell
and Mike Garson in
Dreaming the Duke
Friday, January 22, 7:30 p.m.
Jazz meets classical in this one-of-a-kind celebration
of the music of Edward "Duke" Ellington, and marks
the 110h Anniversary of his birth. Award-winning
vocalists Nnenna Freelon and Harolyn Blackwell
are joined by noted pianist Mike Garson in this
unforgettable collaboration.


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Natalie MacMaster and
Donnell Leahy Masters of
the Fiddle
Saturday, January 23, 7:30 p.m.
These married masters of the fiddle are a whirlwind
of energy-driven music, dance and song. The foot-
tapping rave-ups, heart-wrenching ballads and
world-class step dancing of this collaboration leave
onlookers breathless from the moment they hit the
stage. Hear the fruits of this renowned musical duo
during an unforgettable evening of Celtic music.
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Leipzig String Quartet
Sunday, January 24, 2 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
Widely acclaimed as one of the most exciting string
quartets on the international chamber music scene,
the Leipzig String Quartet has won numerous
awards for their dedication to contemporary
music and works by the classical moderns. In a
special celebration of the 200th Anniversary of
his death, the quartet presents Joseph Haydn's
The Seven Last Words of Christ seven musical
meditations based on scripture interpolated with
six complementary works.


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Musical components of the program include:
Overture
Sequentia from Choralis constantinus Heinrich Isaac
Six Bagatelles for String Quartet, Op. 9 -
Anton Webern
Quartet No. 2, Choral Quartet Jorg Widmann
Excerpt from Officium Breve Gyorgy Kurtag
Cavatina from Quartet in B-Flat Major, Op. 130 -
Ludwig van Beethoven
Wenn wir in h6chsten Nothen sein (It is finished) -
Johann Sebastian Bach
II Terremoto (The Earthquake)

Van Cliburn International
Piano Competition Winners'
Engagement
Friday, January 29, 7:30 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
Join the winners of the illustrious Van Cliburn
International Piano Competition for a special
engagement. This highly regarded event, established
in 1962, is held every four years and was created
for its namesake, Van Cliburn, who won the first
International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow
in 1958. Olga Kern, Barry Douglas, Jeffrey Kahane,
Radu Lupu, and Alexander Toradze are just a few
of the distinguished past winners who continue to
bring exceptional music to audiences worldwide.
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THE OPERA SHOW
Tuesday, February 9, 7:30 p.m.
Glamour. Romance. Musical Fantasyland... THE
OPERA SHOW presents beautiful music exquisitely
performed in a spectacular and exuberant 21st
century showcase. Mitch Sebastian's ravishing
production is startling and fresh a vivid
presentation with dazzling choreography animating
great works of classical music. The result is an
enchanted world where thrilling compositions are
brought to life in an alluring, playful and electrifying
evening that will delight opera enthusiasts and
newcomers alike.
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Hairspray
\<..:i',sday, February 10, 7:30 p.m.
Broa.J, .iy's Tony Award-winning musical-comedy
phr,-n:menon takes you back to 1962 Baltimore,
.is l-,. ir-old Tracy Turnblad sets out to dance her
\ v., onrto TV's most popular show. Can a big girl
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Soweto Gospel Choir
Thursday, February 11, 7:30 p.m.
After an exciting debut at the Phillips Center
in 2005 and a sold-out performance in 2006,
the Soweto Gospel Choir returns to their "U.S.
home" once again. The ensemble's mix of tribal,
traditional and popular African gospel makes for a
moving, awe-inspiring and unforgettable evening
for the entire family.
Sponsored by
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Richie Havens
Friday, February 12, 7:30 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
S'',ultjl and inspiring are just a couple of expressions
that describe Richie Havens' unique music. For more
than three decades, the guitarist has been spreading
his message of brotherhood and personal freedom
while thrilling audiences with his distinctive singing
style that remains as timeless today as when he first
emerged from the Greenwich Village folk scene in
the 1960s.


Israel Ballet
Sunday, February 14, 7:30 p.m.
This season marks the fourth U.S. Tour for the
Israel Ballet, and the first in 25 years. Since its
establishment in 1967, The Israel Ballet has performed
at prominent festivals worldwide earning recognition
and bringing honor to the State of Israel.
Sponsored by
Dt IARMADE


Philharmonia of the Nations
with Jon Nakamatsu, Piano
Thursday, February 18, 7:30 p.m.
Founded in 1995 by Justus Frantz, this unique
Tult,:ultiual philharmonic orchestra features
talented young musicians from more than 40
countries and five continents. Enjoy an evening of
the universal language of music.
Piano Concerto No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 30 -
Rachmaninoff
Symphony No. 1 in D Major (The Titan) Mahler
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Eileen Ivers Beyond the
Bog Road
Saturday, February 20, 7:30 p.m.
Eileen Ivers will change the way you think about
the violin. With a list of accomplishments as
impressive as it is long, Ivers has established
herself as one of the finest players of the Irish
fiddle in the world today. Expect to be impressed
by this Celtic virtuoso.


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Christine Brewer, Soprano
Sunday, February 21, 2 p.m.
University Auditorium
Grammy Award-winning American soprano
Christine Brewer's appearances in opera, concerts
and recitals are marked by her own unique timbre,
at once warm and brilliant. Her range, golden tone,
boundless power and control make her a favorite of
the stage as well as a sought-after recording artist.
Sponsored by
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Classic Albums Live:
Bob Marley Legend
Wednesday, February 24, 7:30 p.m.
Experience the greatest albums of all time with Classic
Albums Live, where the world's best musicians and
vocalists recreate your favorite albums note for note,
front to back. This compilation of reggae legend Bob
Marley's greatest hits includes I Shot the Sheriff,
No Woman No Cry and Jamming. Experience the
Marley classics that continue to be a mainstay
with reggae fans around the world.
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An Evening of BraziliAHN Trio
with Special Guests
Welson Tremura and Larry Crook
Saturday, February 27, 7:30 p.m.
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The Ahn sisters, who are great fans of Brazilian music
tap into its beauty and explore its possibilities, as a
modem classical trio. In this world-premiere
performance cocommissioned by UF Performing
Arts the Ahns present classic Brazilian songs
transcribed for piano trio in an innovative collaboration
with guitarist, Dr. Welson Tremura and percussionist,
Dr. Larry Crook, acclaimed musicians, ethnomusicologists,
and UF professors. Keeping with the Ahn's passion for
exploring every genre of music as a piano trio, this is
yet another showcase of their identity as a truly
modem piano trio.


Cuarteto Latinoamericano
with Manuel Barrueco, Guitar
Sunday, February 28, 2 p.m.
University Auditorium
Formed in 1982, this award-winning ensemble
from Mexico is known worldwide as the leading
proponent of Latin American music for string
quartet. The Cuarteto Latinoamericano demonstrates
exceptional drive, control and finesse that audience
goers will appreciate.
Las Presencias No. 6 Jeromita Linares -
Carlos Guastavino
Bay of Pigs Michael Daugherty
Metro Chabacano Javier Alvarez
La Catedral Augustin Barrios
Boliviana Miguel de Agila
Tango Sensations (Arr. M. Barrueco) -
Astor Piazzolla
Milonga del Angel (Arr. C. Olguin) Piazzolla
Muerte del Angel (Arr. C. Olguin) Piazzolla


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Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra
Hobart Earle, Music Director
Wednesday, March 3, 7:30 p.m.
Led by American conductor, Hobart Earle, this
talented orchestra returns to the United States for
the first time in more than a decade along with
the gold medalist of 13th Van Cliburn International
Piano Competition.
Capriccio Italien, Op. 45 Tchaikovsky
Soloist: Gold Medalist of the 13th Van Cliburn
International Piano Competition
Waltzes, Marches and Polkas Strauss

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet
Tuesday, March 16, 7:30 p.m.
A nationally recognized company, Aspen Santa Fe
Ballet is a leader in the dance world in terms of
repertoire, and acquiring and commissioning the
works of top choreographers. Come experience the
best in dance from both Aspen and Santa Fe.


Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra
with JoAnn Falletta
Fabio Bidini, Piano
Thursday, March 18, 7:30 p.m.
Founded in 1935, this renowned orchestra, led by
celebrated music director JoAnn Falletta, presents
more than 100 classics, pops and youth concerts
each year. For this performance, the orchestra will
be joined by the notable Italian pianist, Fabio Bidini.
The School for Scandal, Op. 5 Barber Overture
Piano Concerto in G Major Ravel
2nd Symphony in E Minor, Op. 27 F 3.,hhi,.rll:
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Menahem Pressler and the
New York Chamber Soloists, Winds
Sunday, March 21, 2 p.m.
University Auditorium
Known around the world as a sensitive and
insightful recitalist, renowned pianist Menahem
Pressler is joined by the New York Chamber Soloists
in this remarkable pairing of exquisite talent that is
sure to captivate audience members.














Tuesday, March 30, 7:30 p.m.
During the last nine years, One Night of Queen has
toured non-stop around the world playing theaters,
arenas and festivals to sell-out crowds. Along with
his band, The Works, Gary Mullen delivers the look,
the sound and the showmanship of arguably the
greatest live band of all time.


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The Kin
Saturday, April 3, 7:30 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
Australian brothers Thorry and Isaac Koren, known
simply as The Kin, are considered one of New York
City's most talented independent acts. Possessing
the talent to write their own material and play
multiple instruments, these gifted musicians produce
a passionate and soulful sound that will leave you
wanting more.
Sponsored by
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Go behind the scenes of One Night of Queen with a
Backstage Tour prior to the performance. This special
benefit is for Affiliates at the Director ($250) level and
above. See page 15 to become an Affiliate.


PAT METHENY
SOLO GUITAR & ORCHESTRION
Sunday, April 11, 7:30 p.m.
World renowned guitarist/composer Pat Metheny
has won 17 Grammy@ Awards and has been
nominated 33 times in 12 different categories, more
than any other performer in Grammy history. Pat's
focus remains continually on the breaking down
of barriers and the exploration of new musical
ideas. This tour is no exception as Pat moves from
brilliant solo guitar improvisations to the unveiling
of a totally new technology for the presentation of
an acoustically driven "solo ensemble" music he is
dubbing Orchestrionics.
Sponsored by
SAKIS CLINICAL TRLS Blue W after 9a4#


Francesca Gagnon The Voice
of Alegria' sings the music of
Cirque du Soleil with the
University of Florida Symphony Orchestra
Saturday, April 17, 7:30 pm
The music behind Cirque du Soleil is an ethereal and
beautiful combination of instrumentation and vocals.
With the UF Symphony Orchestra, the incomparable
voice and presence of Francesca Gagnon The
Voice of Alegria features songs from seven Cirque
du Soleil productions that evoke the essence and
most memorable moments of Cirque du Soleil... the
world's most extraordinary live entertainment.

Interpreti Veneziani
Sunday, April 18, 2 p.m.
University Auditorium
The beloved Italian chamber ensemble returns this
season for another spectacular performance. No
musical group captures the romance and mystery of
Venice more than these talented virtuosos.
Violin Concerto in D Major, Op. 7, No. 11 Vivaldi
Double Violin Concerto in A Minor, RV. 523 Vivaldi
Fandango Quintet No. 4 in D Major, G. 448 -
Luigi Boccherini
Romanian Folk Dances Bela Bart6k
Concerto Grosso in D Major, Op. 3, No. 1 -
Francesco Geminiani
Double Violin Concerto in D Minor J.S. Bach
Introduction et Tarantelle Op. 43 Pablo de Sarasate
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Young Concert Artist:
Naoko Takada, Marimba
Sunday, April 25, 2 p.m.
Squitieri Studio Theatre
Renowned marimbist and first-place winner of the
2002 Young Concert Artists International Auditions,
Naoko Takada began playing the marimba at
age 8. Recognized for her creativity, she recently
performed as soloist with the Bellevue Philharmonic
Orchestra, Pensacola Symphony Orchestra and the
Canton Symphony.

All events, programs, artists, times and dates are subject
to change.







UFPA Affiliates
Why should you invest in University of
Florida Performing Arts?
As a University of Florida Performing Arts Affiliate,
your support brings world-class programming to
the heart of Florida. You have the satisfaction of
knowing you are part of a nationally recognized
performing arts program, making our community a
culturally vibrant place to live and visit. Without leaving
Gainesville, you can experience a variety of talented
and award-winning artists from around the globe.
Did you know? Ticket sales cover just 40 percent of
UFPA's operating costs in presenting the artists you
see on our stages. Your personal investment makes
the difference in sustaining quality programming and
cultural enrichment for our community.
To show our appreciation, we offer a variety of
benefits that will enhance your performing arts
experience. Affiliates at the Manager level and
above receive priority handling of UFPA pre-season
ticket orders (up to four tickets per performance),
priority seating and advance notice of added
performances throughout the season. All ticket
orders are prioritized by Affiliate giving level and
date received prior to public ticket sales.
Please select your level of giving and add your
contribution to the "Purchase Totals" section on
your ticket order form. For all questions regarding
the Affiliates Program, please contact the UFPA
Development Office at 352-846-3647.
If you are interested in making a gift that will have
an even greater impact on the future of University
of Florida Performing Arts, please contact the UFPA
Director of Development at 352-846-3648.


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UFPA Affiliate Benefits by Giving Level
A/l benefits are non-transfrrable At the StageHand through
SuperCelebnt\ levels, 70L0 ot i our payment will be treated as
a tajtledudble chanitble contnbution A contribution at the
Benelactor letel il be reduced by the valuee of the tickets to the
UFP4 annual lundraiing extent. and the remainder mll be treated
as a ta., deductjble chantble contribution


Exclusive Affiliate Events
Throughout the season, UFPA offers Affiliates unique
opportunities to participate in these select events.
Backstage Tours
Go behind the scenes of with a backstage tour for
the following performances. This special benefit is
for Affiliates at the Director level ($250) and above.
Steel Hammer Bang on a Can All-Stars and Trio
Mediaeval November 13
GROOVALOO January 15
One Night of Queen March 30
New RSVP Hotline!
Please call 352-273-2473 to RSVP for the
Backstage Tour you wish to attend.
Artist Receptions
Take advantage of this special opportunity to meet
your favorite artist for the following performances!
This exceptional benefit is for Affiliates at the
Headliner level ($1,750) and above.
Sister Hazel September 18
The Ten Tenors November 3
Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem November 6
Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca November 12
CATS January 9
Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy January 23
Soweto Gospel Choir February 11
BraziliAHN Trio February 27
Menahem Pressler and the New York Chamber
Soloists, Winds March 21
Abraham Inc. March 23
Interpreti Veneziani April 18
*Artist reception dates subject to change and availability.
New RSVP Hotline!
Please call 352-273-2473 to RSVP for the Artist
Reception you wish to attend.


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* U U UFPA Affiliate decal
* U U Name listed in performance program distributed at all UFPA events
* U U Priority handling of UFPA pre-season ticket orders
* U U Advance notice of added UFPA-presented performances
* U U Ticket exchange on UFPA-presented performances free of charge
* U U Priority ticketing before all lower level memberships
* U U Invitation to annual Season Opening Celebration
* U U Invitation for two to a Phillips Center Backstage Tour
Guest pass for two for one intermission reception for UFPA-
S presented performances at the Phillips Center
Invitations to open rehearsals, master classes and other
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* N 5 Priority parking for UFPA-presented performances
* I Private, unlisted hotline to purchase best available tickets by phone
SSeating, by request, in the orchestra pit or side boxes when
available
Season access to intermission receptions for all UFPA-presented
performances at the Phillips Center
S Invitation to the Season Preview, a special reception hosted by
UFPA's Director to announce the upcoming season
* 0 U Name listed on Phillips Center lobby donor board
* 0 U Compact disc recording from featured artist list
* U U Invitation to a reception with the Director and selected artists
Membership in the President's Council offering additional benefits
* 0 including campus parking privileges
* 6 U Invitation for two to the UFPA Annual Director's Dinner
* Backstage visit and photograph with a UFPA guest artist of your
choice, subject to artist approval
* U U Autographed memento from select artists
U Dinner for two with the Director and performers
Two complimentary tickets to the UFPA annual fundraising event







Patron Information
Buy multiple tickets and save!
Buy tickets to six or more performances and save
10%* off single ticket prices! You may choose any six
UFPA performances during the 2009-10 Season.
*You must purchase tickets to the six performances
at the same time. Discount pricing does not apply to
previously purchased tickets.
Ticket Refunds
University of Florida Performing Arts policy prohibits
refunds on tickets, except in the case of event
cancellation or date change. If you are unable to
attend a UFPA-presented event, you may donate
your tickets) to the box office, thus allowing another
patron to purchase them and enjoy the performance.
The tickets) must have been purchased at the
Phillips Center Box Office and must be returned
to the Box Office at least 48 hours prior to the
performance. You will be given a receipt for the
value of the ticketss. This amount may be eligible for
a charitable contribution income tax deduction when
you file your annual tax return.
Ticket Exchanges
Tickets purchased from the Phillips Center Box Office
for any UFPA-presented event may be exchanged
for another UFPA-presented event during the 2009-
10 Season, for a $5 transaction fee. Exchanges are
available up to 48 hours before the performance, in
person only at the -'hlllip Center Box Office. If the
ticket exchange is for a higher-priced ticket, you are
responsible for the difference in cost. If the ticket
exchange is for a lower-priced ticket, the difference
becomes a tax deductible donation to University of
Florida Performing Arts. Lost or misplaced tickets
cannot be exchanged.


Children
UFPA is proud to present several events that children
will love as much as adults. Children age 3 and older
are welcome at most events. Each child, regardless
of age, must have a ticket, and be able to sit quietly
in their seat throughout the performance. Those
unable to do so, along with the adult accompanying
them, will be asked by an usher to leave the hall.

Group Ticket Sales
Gather nine of your closest friends, family members or
coworkers and save! Groups of 10 or more receive a
10% discount for most shows. For more information,
please contact the Phillips Center Box Office.
Student Tickets
UFPA offers discounted tickets for UF students to
many performances. Tickets must be purchased in
person at the Phillips Center Box Office or at the
University Box Office at the Reitz Union with a valid
student ID. Limit one ticket per person. Tickets are
subject to availability and may be limited for select
performances.
Visit www.performingarts.ufl.edu for more
information and for student ticket on-sale dates.
Rush Tickets
Rush tickets for seats in the balcony may be available
for select UFPA-presented performances two hours
prior to the start time. Rush tickets are discounted
50% off the normal balcony ticket price (minimum
price $10); ticket availability will be posted on the
UFPA home page at www.performingarts.ufl.edu
the day of the performance. There is no guarantee
that rush tickets will be available for a particular event.


Late Seating Policy
Patrons who arrive late will not be seated until there
is an appropriate time during the performance for the
ushers to do so. Please be aware that this may result
in missing a portion of the performance. This policy
is handled in accordance with contractually binding
artists' preferences. Please allow ample time for travel
and parking prior to an event. Lobby doors open
two hours prior and theater doors open 30 minutes
prior to performance times. UFPA recommends that
you arrive at least 20-30 minutes prior to an event.
Late arrivals are distracting to the artists and fellow
audience members.
Electronic Courtesy
Cameras and recording devices are not :-rrmnird in
the performance halls. Patrons with these items will
be asked to check them at the reception office in
the lobby or return the items to their cars. Violators
of this policy are subject to removal and will be
required to erase/delete any recorded material or
photographs. Please remember to turn off all cellular
phones, pagers and electronic watch alarms before
entering the theater. Also, please refrain from texting
during performances, as lighted phone displays are
very distracting to other patrons.
Backpacks and Large Bags
Backpacks and large bags are not permitted in the
performance halls. Please leave them in your car.
You are welcome to check your coat, hat, umbrella
or other items at the reception office.
Smoking
The Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts,
Squitieri Studio Theatre and University Auditorium
are non-smoking facilities. Smoking is not permitted
within 50 feet of any university building.


University of Florida Performing Arts makes every effort to avoid duplicate mailings. If, in spite of our efforts, you have received more than one copy of this brochure, please pass
along your extra copy to someone who might enjoy UFPA performances. You may also call 352-273-2477 to have the duplicate address eliminated from our mailing list.







Accessibility
UFPA is committed to making its facilities and
performances accessible for all patrons. Amenities
include:
Parking Parking spaces for those with disabilities
are located at the Phillips Center and University
Auditorium. See page 18 for details.
Elevators An elevator is located on the east
side of the Phillips Center lobby. The University
Auditorium elevator is located across from the main
staircase in the lobby.
SWheelchair Reservations and Seating -
A limited number of wheelchairs are available
for patrons in need. They may be reserved by
calling 352-273-2457, or on the day of show
in the receptionist's office. Wheelchair rental is
free, but a driver's license or other identification is
required. Wheelchair and companion seating are
available on the orchestra and mezzanine levels of
the Phillips Center and on the main floor in the back
of University Auditorium. Please request wheelchair
seating at the time of ticket purchase.
Restrooms Restrooms in the upper and lower
lobbies of the Phillips Center and lower lobby of
University Auditorium provide facilities for those with
disabilities.
-^l Audio Aids Assistive Listening Devices and
I I FM Loop aids are available to patrons. Please
make your request at the reception office in the lobby.
Sign Language Interpretation Sign
language interpretation is available when
requested at least four weeks in advance of a
performance. This service is subject to interpreter
availability and is provided at the discretion of
management. For more information or to request
sign language interpretation service, please call
352-273-2457.


Visual Aids Large-print programs are available by
calling 352-273-2483 at least one week prior to a
performance.
SFor more information about UFPA special
services, please call 352-273-2457. Patrons
may also call the Florida Relay Service at 800-955-
8771 for TDD message translation.
Volunteers
UFPA welcomes volunteers as ushers and hospitality
hosts. Please call the Volunteer Hotline at 352-273-
2469 for more information.

Gift Certificates
Gift certificates, available in denominations from $5
to $100, are redeemable at the Phillips Center Box
C'tit:e for tickets to UFPA events and are valid for
two years from the date of purchase.

UFPA on the Web
UFPA's web site, www.performingarts.ufl.edu, has
it all expanded performance information, links to
artist web sites, video clips, performance reviews and
much more.

Ticket Information
Tickets for UFPA's 2009-10 Season go on sale to the
public Tlursd.i), June 18. There are five easy ways
to order:
By phone. Call the Phillips Center Box Office at
352-392-ARTS (2787) or toll-free within Florida,
800-905-ARTS (2787). For TDD message translation,
call the Florida Relay Service at 800-955-8771.
Please have your Visa or MasterCard ready for
payment.


Phillips Center Box Office hours of operation:
May-August: Monday-Friday, noon to 6 p.m.
September-April: Monday-Saturday, noon to 6 p.m.
Or, call Ticketmaster 24 hours a day at 800-745-
3000.
By Fax. Fax your completed order form with Visa or
MasterCard information to us at 352-846-1562.
By Mail. Complete your order form and send with
check, or Visa or MasterCard information to:
Phillips Center Box Office
University of Florida
PO Box 112750
Gainesville, FL 32611-2750
Online. Tickets are available at
www.ticketmaster.com.
In person. There are several places to purchase
tickets in person.
Phillips Center Box Office (see hours of operation
above)
University Box Office at the University of Florida
Reitz Union
f.y.e. at the Oaks Mall
All Ticketmaster outlets
For your convenience, the Phillips Center Box Office
is open two hours prior to performance time and
through intermission for in-person sales to all UFPA-
presented events. For other events, the Box Office is
normally open one hour prior to performance time
and remains open 30 minutes after the event begins.
Every patron, regardless of age, must have a ticket
for admission to University of Florida Performing
Arts events.







Directions and Parking
The Curtis M. Phillips Center for the Performing
Arts and University of Florida Performing
Arts Administrative Offices are located in the
Cultural Plaza near the intersection of 34th Street
and Hull Road on the University of Florida campus,
with convenient access from 1-75 at the Archer
Road (#384) and Newberry Road (#387) exits. For
detailed driving directions, please call the Phillips
Center Box Office and select option 4.
Carpooling
In an effort to reduce traffic congestion, we
encourage you to consider carpooling to UFPA
events. Ride together with friends or family, have
a positive impact on the environment and join UF's
effort toward environmental sustainability.
Phillips Center
315 Hull Road
PO Box 112750
Gainesville, FL 32611-2750
Administrative Office Phone: 352-273-2457
Administrative Office Fax: 352-392-3775




SPECIAL THANKS
UF 150th Anniversary Cultural Plaza Endowment
The Barbara J. and Curtis M. Phillips, M.D.
Endowment Fund


Administrative Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Box Office Phone: 352-392-ARTS (2787)/
800-905-ARTS (toll-free within Florida)
Box Office Fax: 352-846-1562
Box Office Hours:
May-August: Monday-Friday, noon to 6 p.m.
September-April: Monday-Saturday, noon to 6 p.m.
Parking is available in the parking garage and surface
lots at the University of Florida Cultural Plaza. Please
plan to arrive early.
ADA-accessible parking spaces for the Phillips Center
are available on the south side of the parking garage,
on the first level of the garage and near the Florida
Museum of Natural History. Standard parking spaces
adjacent to the elevators are available on the second,
third and fourth floors of the parking garage.
The University Auditorium is located at the corner
of Union Road and Newell Drive, next to Century
Tower on the University of Florida campus.
University Auditorium
PO Box 112755
Gainesville, FL 32611-2755
Phone: 352-392-2346
Fax: 352-392-5269
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

The George F. and Hazel Z. Baughman Endowment
The Dr. and Mrs. Leighton E. Cluff Center for
Performing Arts Educational Endowment Fund


The University Auditorium Box Office is open 90
minutes prior to performance time on the day of
show only.
Easy and ample parking is available in the parking
garage at Newell Drive and Museum Road off
SW 13th Street (400 yards from the auditorium).

The Allen and Lou DeLaney Fund
The Alan and Carol Squitieri Performing Arts
Endowment


Additional parking may be available on campus at
Union Road off SW 13th Street (200 yards from
the auditorium). Please plan to arrive early.
ADA-accessible parking is available on the Stadium
Road service drive, adjacent to the south side of
the auditorium.

University of Florida Performing Arts is
S supported in part by University of Florida
Student Government.


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BY MAIL:
Phillips Center Box Office
University of Florida
PO Box 112750
Gainesville, FL 32611-2750


IN PERSON:
Phillips Center Box Office
University Box Office at the
University of Florida Reitz
f.y.e. at the Oaks Mall
All Ticketmaster outlets


Attention SEAT SPONSORS!
Why should you become an Affiliate? For performances held at University Auditorium, Phillips Center Seat Sponsors will be placed in the
best available seating within their UFPA Affiliate level.
Please note that in order to retain your active sponsorship, you must purchase tickets to at least seven performances per sponsored seat
during your buying period. Seat Sponsor buying period is May 18-22. Your seats will not be guaranteed after these dates.

UFPA Affiliate Buying Period
Affiliates may purchase a maximum of four tickets per performance prior to the public on the following dates:
Benefactors, SuperCelebrities, Celebrities, SuperStars, Headliners, Stars and Performance Sponsors ..................... .................... May 26-29
Producers .......................... June 2-4 Directors ........................... June 9-11 Managers and Student Affiliates ........................... June 15-17
Remember, priority within your Affiliate level is determined by the date your ticket order is received. You do not have to wait until the
beginning of your buying period to send in your order.


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Daytime Phone


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When you join the University of Florida Performing Arts e-mail list, you receive up-to-the-minute information about UFPA performances.
Get advance notices about special "members only" pre-sale and on-sale events, as well as discount ticket offers to some of the newest and
hottest performing artists around. You'll also receive customized e-mails about upcoming performances in your favorite genres such as
Broadway musicals, jazz, classical, family and more.
Start getting MORE today! Fill out the information below or visit the UFPA web site at www.performingarts.ufl.edu and click on the "Join
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We will do our best to fill your seating needs and requests. If your seating preference is not available, you will be placed in the next best
section. Please note if accessible seating is needed. List your seating preference below by venue:


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