Yo Yo Ma
Season highlights include Yo-Yo Ma performing solo Bach at the Greek Theatre

Cal Performances has announced its 2014-15 Season, featuring the finest internationally acclaimed performers in music, dance, and theater. Among the many presentations this season:

  • Benjamin Britten’s Curlew River, co-commissioned with the UK’s Barbican Centre
  • Jiří Bělohlávek leading the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra and Prague Philharmonic Choir in Dvořák’s Stabat Mater, a perfect pairing given the Orchestra’s long connection to Dvořák who conducted the ensemble’s debut performance in 1896
  • The Australian Ballet’s premiere of Graeme Murphy’s iconic Swan Lake  set to Tchaikovsky’s sumptuous score
  • Robert Wilson’s production of The Old Woman starring Mikhail Baryshnikov and Willem Dafoe
  • Théâtre de la Ville’s production of Pirandello’s absurdist comedy, Six Characters in Search of an Author; renowned German choreographer Sasha Waltz & Guests returning after more than a decade in a program of Schubert’s Impromptus
  • Pandit Chitresh DasShiva, a work by the world’s premier practitioner of the classical kathak tradition of northern India

Visit the Cal Performances website for a complete schedule of performances and more details about the 2014-15 Season programming.

UCB students receive a 50% discount on single tickets. For more information, call the Ticket Office at 510.642.9988 or email tickets@calperformances.org.


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About Débora Silva

Débora Silva, a Brazilian journalist started her career at a television station in São Paulo, Brazil after graduating with a degree in Journalism. For four years, she worked as a reporter and producer for Extensao.Doc, a documentary news program about social and political issues. There she interviewed a wide range of people, including then president, Lula da Silva. In 2009, Débora moved to California to pursue a career as an international correspondent. She graduated with a Master’s Degree from the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley with emphasis in television in May 2014.