Author: Laima Haley

CU Presents 2015-16 – Eclectic offerings include opera, dance, classical and jazz

CU Presents has announced its 2015-16 lineup of incomparable entertainment, including special Christmas program by the world-famous Soweto Gospel Choir, the first Boulder performance by Twyla Tharp Dance since 1979 alt-folk superstars Indigo Girls performing with the CU Symphony Orchestra.

The season also will feature five concert pairs by the Takács Quartet and a special performance by the Attacca Quartet, three shows by Eklund Opera Program, the beloved Holiday Festival and a jazzy Spring Swing.

Season tickets go on sale Monday, March 30 at cupresents.org. Individual tickets go on sale Aug. 17. Look for an announcement about the 2015-16 CU Theatre & Dance season in April and the 2016 Colorado Shakespeare Festival in November.

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