Los Lonely Boys Luma Theater - School Of The Arts (CSU Chico)
SAT., FEB. 18 AT 7:30 P.M. / LAXSON AUDITORIUM, CHICO
Pre-concert talk at 6:30 p.m. in Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall
SUN., FEB. 19 AT 2 P.M. / CASCADE THEATRE, REDDING
Pre-concert talk at 1 p.m.
North State Symphony
Treasures Beloved & Unknown
Subtle beauty meets bold exuberance in a concert that brings together audience favorite Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7
with two rarities — Chabrier’s Spanish-inflected Habanera and Rebecca Clarke’s Viola Sonata, played by guest artist
Melissa Matson. Sponsored by the Law Office of Richard S. Matson, David W. Matson, CPA, and the Robert Matson Family.
WED., FEB. 22 AT 7:30 P.M. / LAXSON AUDITORIUM
Tex/Mex Rock ’n’ Roll
Los Lonely Boys
“Razor-sharp blues-guitar riffs and impassioned Tex-Mex rock.” — The New Yorker
Los Lonely Boys, a Texican rock ’n’ roll trio of brothers, has rocketed to worldwide fame. Showcasing the release of their newest album, Rockpango, featuring smooth harmonies,
blues, rap and rock ’n’ roll, their appearance guarantees a rockin’ Laxson Auditorium. THURS., FEB. 23 AT 7:30 P.M. / LAXSON AUDITORIUM
Black Light Extravaganza
“A circus of lights.” — Philadelphia City Paper
Honoring Alfred E. Loeffler
Fireflies, shooting stars, carnival rides, digital fireworks, body electrics and cutting-edge
techniques are brought to life on a darkened stage by this imaginative black light troupe. This
performance is great for adults and children alike — enthralling and literally illuminating. New Music Symposium
Both concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. in Rowland-Taylor Recital Hall and are free.
THURS., FEB. 23
FRI., FEB. 24
Pianist Sarah Cahill
Don’t miss this highlight of the season
— an evening of original music from
student composers and musicians.
Acclaimed pianist and recording artist Sarah
Cahill presents a concert of evocative new music.
She also conducts a master class.
WED., FEB. 29 AT 7:30 P.M. / LAXSON AUDITORIUM
Russian Dance, Music & Song
Red Star Red Army Chorus & Dance Ensemble
“With musicians and dancers that dazzle the
crowd…this was a brilliant show.” — Lincoln Star
Red Star’s instrumental virtuosity highlights traditional Russian instruments
(bayan, balalaika), and their high octane dancing is spectacularly flamboyant —
high-flying kicks, mock battle scenes and traditional folk dances. This troupe of
45 performers is the real deal, straight from Russia!
Purchase tickets at the University Box Office, chicostateboxoffice.com or by phone, 530.898.6333