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Concert Calendar

Fall 2013

Please note the time of each performance.

9am / Thursday / August 22, 2013
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5pm / Wednesday / September 25, 2013
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8pm / Thursday / September 26, 2013
Dafnis Prieto Proverb Trio

8pm / Monday / October 07, 2013
Mariinsky Orchestra

8pm / Friday / October 18, 2013
The Rose Ensemble

8pm / Tuesday / November 05, 2013

Spring 2014

Please note the time of each performance.

8pm / Friday / February 07, 2014
Alfredo Rodriguez

8pm / Thursday / March 06, 2014
Tempesta di Mare

8pm / Wednesday / March 26, 2014
Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

8pm / Thursday / April 24, 2014
Roby Lakatos Ensemble

8pm / Wednesday / March 14, 2012 / Bailey Hall

Purbo Asmoro presents Arjuna's Profound Meditation

An Evening of Javanese Shadow Drama and Gamelan

Shadow drama master Purbo Asmoro presents the living classical drama and musical traditions of Java. The remarkable visual effects, to the sounds of a full gamelan ensemble, will be accompanied by projected English translations of the narrative.

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Reserved seating.  General public $25/32/35, students $17 any section. CU Faculty/Staff $23/30/33, CU students $15 any section (CU rates are available online only, with valid NetID login.)

Online via (click Buy Tickets above.) In person/by phone: Ticket Center Ithaca, 171 The Commons (Center Ithaca), 607-273-4497.

Related Activities at Cornell

Shadow Puppet Exhibit at the Johnson Art Museum
Characters from the Mahabharata, including the heros Arjuna and Bima, will be on display, curated by Professor Kaja McGowan and students from her seminar, Shadowplay: Asian Art and Performance. The installation opened Saturday, March 3.

Lecture with Ki Purbo Asmoro
2:30pm / Wednesday / March 14, 2012 / Johnson Art Museum
Ki Purbo Asmoro will demonstrate the intricacies and beauty of shadow puppets. This public workshop is held in conjunction with courses taught by professors Kaja McGowan and Chris Miller, and funded in part by a grant from the Cornell Council for the Arts.