Hult Center -- Eugene
TESLA: LIGHT, SOUND, COLOR, a multi-media performance exploring the life and work of the elusive physicist and inventor, Nikola Tesla. The show will include live performances by members of the Delgani String Quartet and Eugene Ballet Company.
This project is made possible by a Creative Heights Award from the Oregon Community Foundation with additional facilities support by the University of Oregon Departments of Dance and Digital Arts.
In a rare evening of lively, outlandish and sure to be outrageously funny standup comedy, funny man, TV personality and movie icon Tim Allen performs at the Hult Center. Most recently, Tim starred in and executive produced the ABC hit "Last Man Standing" which was abruptly cancelled last fall after over 100 episodes. Loyal viewers accused the network of pulling the plug because of Allen’s unabashedly conservative politics. Few actors have reached Tim Allen’s level of success in film and television.
SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE is the 15-time Emmy® Award-winning show that sparked America’s fascination with dance. Celebrating its momentous 14th season, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE’s Top 10 finalists will make their way across America as part of the Season 14 SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE TOUR. The Season 14 tour lineup includes the following Top 10 finalists: Robert Green, Logan Hernandez, Lex Ishimoto, Koine Iwasaki, Dassy Lee, Kaylee Millis, KiKi Nyemchek, Taylor Sieve, Sydney Tormey and Mark Villaver.
A splendidly colorful production of the music and dance of Bollywood, featuring guest artist Prashant Kakad. Part of the mission of the Eugene Concert Choir is to serve our community through “diverse artistic experiences.” Charismatic Bollywood entertainer Prashant Kakad, who has made Portland, Oregon, his home, has appeared all over the nation with his exuberant passion for Bollywood music and dance, and he and Diane Retallack will team up to create a unique and original Bollywood concert in collaboration with the Eugene Concert Choir and Bollywood Dreams Entertainment in Portland.
One of the greatest masterworks of all time, the Grand Mass in C Minor, like Mozart’s Requiem Mass, was never completed. Mozart began writing the Grand Mass in 1782 as a wedding present for his bride Constanze. Portions of the Mass were performed the following summer in the Peterskirche, with Constanze as the soprano soloist. Haunting and transcendent, the soprano solo passages have been a staple of the finest soprano soloists in the world, and the full work, though missing some sections of the traditional Latin Mass, is a major undertaking for choirs and orchestras.
Brit Floyd: Immersion World Tour 2017
The hotly anticipated rock event of the year returns, as Brit Floyd brings the music of Pink Floyd to life once again with its lavish new stage show, 'Immersion World Tour 2017’. The spectacle of a Pink Floyd concert experience is truly recaptured in high-definition sound, and with a stunning million dollar light show and state of the art video design.