THE ARTS ASSOCIATION OF EAST ALABAMA PRESENts
The Opelika Center For The Performing Arts
Tina Ramirez, Founder, National Medal of Arts
Eduardo Vilaro, Artistic Director
Through fresh, relevant new works from contemporary masters and emerging stars, Ballet Hispanico explores the Latino voice through dance and community engagement for a new generation of audiences at home in New York City and throughout the country.
“When Ballet Hispanico’s dancers take the stage, watch out. No one struts, kicks, spins, leaps, and gyrates the way they do. Their joy is infectious.” – Newsday
When Celie claims a powerful new vision for her life in the climatic showstopper, “I’m Here” – well, let’s just say, in that electrifying moment you’ll be awfully glad you’re there, too.
With festive favorites and modern holiday hits, you’ll want to bundle up and get to your seat on time for The Ten Tenors, Home for the Holidays. And bring a little snow with you, too!
With a vibrant cultural scene and connections to a wider world of the performing arts, Siberia is sharing with us the Siberian State Symphony Orchestra, Do you think it’s coincidence that the orchestra would choose to land in the Deep South and Florida during January?
The internationally acclaimed percussion artists of TAO bring to North America their newest production, Drum TAO, with modern, high-energy performances showcasing the ancient art of Japanese drumming, Taiko.
Combining finely developed classical technique and dancing en pointe - all the while making fun of it all in hilarious parodies of the great ballets of the ages - the Trocks are the complete package.
Firmly positioned as a leading exponent of his instrument, “The hottest guitarist in the world” (Sunday Times), Miloš Karadaglić, continues to top record charts and delight audiences worldwide.