Ana María Martínez

Tuesday, February 5 • 7:30 PM at Crowder Hall

“She is blessed with a ripe, spinning lyrico-spinto voice that should sweep her to operatic stardom; even better, she radiates real warmth and simplicity.”   BOSTON GLOBE

Joshua Bell

Friday, February 16 • 8:00 PM at Centennial Hall

“The American violinist with movie-star good looks has emerged as one of the finest musicians of his generation, whose interpretations can be seriously set beside and favorably compared to players twice his age. Dead players too.” THE WASHINGTON POST

Camille A. Brown & Dancers: Mr. TOL E. RAncE

Thursday, February 21 • 7:30 PM at Centennial Hall

“Mr. TOL E. RAncE had it all – heart, mind, soul, passion, full-out dancing and introspective solos…Add high production values and a gifted cast, who gave it their all, and you have one heck of a show.”  THE HERALD SUN

BELLA GAIA (Beautiful Earth)

Sunday, February 24 • 3:00 PM at Centennial Hall

“Bella Gaia is a live concert that mixes music, dance, & NASA immersive imagery that turns the stage planetary.
Sublime and Transcendental” – Village Voice

Joe Lovano, with the UA Studio Jazz Ensemble

Friday, March 1 • 8:00 PM at Crowder Hall

“After 30 albums as a leader and at least 25 years in the spotlight, it’s clear Joe Lovano is more than a dominant figure in jazz. He’s jazz’s answer to George Clooney or Jeff Bridges, a vibrant player who delivers an award-worthy performance every time out.”  The Wall Street Journal 

Complexions Contemporary Ballet: Stardust, From Bach to Bowie

Wednesday, March 27 • 7:30 PM at Centennial Hall

“Star Dust is “inventive, emotionally satisfying and just plain joyful…the audience was ravenous for more.” BILLBOARD

The Royal Scottish National Orchestra

Sunday, March 31 • 6:30 PM at Centennial Hall

“…A performance of extraordinary acuity, meticulous pacing, tremendous balancing, and stunning understanding. It was a complete entity, and gave hits listener one of hte greatest music experiences of his life.”  The Herald Scotland

Alex de Grassi and Andrew York

Thursday, April 11 • 7:30 PM at Crowder Hall

“Andrew York’s eclectic writing and playing constitute one of the hippest styles in American classical guitar…”

“De Grassi’s solo steel-string pieces resemble orchestral overtures more than mere songs. Alex’s control and sensitivity are almost as striking as his technical expertise.”

Considering Matthew Shepard

Tuesday, April 16 • 7:30 PM at Centennial Hall

“Considering Matthew Shepard’ is a stunning work, largely because it succeeds at being so audacious. It treats a deadly serious topic with surprising levity, and at the same time makes a shrewd connection to the heart of this darkness.”—AUSTIN AMERICAN-STATESMAN

Che Malambo

Sunday, April 28 • 3:00 PM at Centennial Hall

“A thrilling display…fourteen stomping,drumming, roaring men pounded rapid-fire rhythms into the ground with many surfaces of their feet – heels, toes, inside and especially the outside edges – and with spinning boleadoras, floor skimming stones attaced to lassos…a rousing group spectacle.”  THE NEW YORK TIMES

Please note: These performances are part of the UA Presents 2018-2019 Season. Broadway in Tucson discounts do not apply.