Calendar of Events

Dance Wisconsin presents: The Nutcracker
Saturday, Dec 20,  2:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
Adult $34/$30/$22; Senior $32/$28/$20; Students and Children $17/$15/$11. Prices include facility fees.
Dance Wisconsin presents The Nutcracker with the Dance Wisconsin Orchestra. Music arranged by Taras Nahirniak, conducted by Blake Walter and Lori Nahirniak and the Monona High School Singers.

Dance Wisconsin presents: The Nutcracker
Saturday, Dec 20,  7:30 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
Adult $34/$30/$22; Senior $32/$28/$20; Students and Children $17/$15/$11. Prices include facility fees.
Dance Wisconsin presents The Nutcracker with the Dance Wisconsin Orchestra. Music arranged by Taras Nahirniak, conducted by Blake Walter and Lori Nahirniak and the Monona High School Singers.

Dance Wisconsin presents: The Nutcracker
Sunday, Dec 21,  2:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
Adult $34/$30/$22; Senior $32/$28/$20; Students and Children $17/$15/$11. Prices include facility fees.
Dance Wisconsin presents The Nutcracker with the Dance Wisconsin Orchestra. Music arranged by Taras Nahirniak, conducted by Blake Walter and Lori Nahirniak and the Monona High School Singers.

Musical Theatre Open Mic with Four Seasons Theatre
Friday, Jan 30,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
Free
Four Seasons Theatre brings its popular Musical Theatre Open Mic Night to the Play Circle Theater. FST provides the pianist, you provide the voice! Bring in your favorite scores and sheet music and share in a night of music-making with fellow Broadway enthusiasts.

An Evening with Bill T. Jones
Thursday, Feb 12,  7:30 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
FREE
Bill T. Jones is the artistic director of New York Live Arts and the director/co-founder of the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company. The recepient of a 2013 National Medal of Arts, a 1994 MacArthur Genius Award and Kennedy Center Honors in 2010, Jones has also been awarded the 2014 Doris Duke Award, recognized as Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government in 2010, and inducted into the American Academy of Arts & Sciences in 2009. He is a two-time Tony Award recipient for Best Choreography for FELA! and Spring Awakening and received an Obie Award for Spring Awakening's off-Broadway run. This lecture is sponsored by WUD Distinguished Lecture Series Committee and the WUD Performing Arts Committee. Free and open to the public. Note: On February 14, The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company performs at the Wisconsin Union Theater, a separate ticketed event.

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company
Saturday, Feb 14,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
Tickets go on sale August 1, 2014 at 11:30am. General Public: $44, 40, 25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $40, 36; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $42, 38; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
This dance company began as an 11-year collaboration between the two eponymous dancers and choreographers, McArthur fellow Bill T. Jones and his late partner Arnie Zane. Now celebrating its 30th year, the company has performed in 200 cities and on every major continent. Their performances integrate innovative choreography with live music and a broad range of art forms, with past collaborations including Keith Haring, Cassandra Wilson, Susan Sarandon, the Orion String Quartet, the Chamber Society of Lincoln Center, and countless others. The winner of six New York Dance and Performance Awards since 1989, the Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company is an experience not to be missed.

Zap Mama and Antibalas
Sunday, Feb 15,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $40, 36, 25. Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $36, 32. UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $38, 34. UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Marie Daulne, leader and founder of the female vocal polyphonic quintet Zap Mama, has evolved into a performer who alternates between storytelling and creative vocal expression, reinterpreting Urban, Afro-scat and Alternative Funk music. The music of Afrobeat band Antibalas falls somewhere between Eddie Palmieri and Fela Kuti and 'embodies the principles of grassroots revolutionary movements,' according to the BBC.

2Cellos - SOLD OUT
Friday, Feb 20,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $42, 38, 25. Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $38, 34. UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $40, 36. UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10 (Limited number of tickets). Prices do not include fees.
"Go and see them live, because it really is astonishing! I can't remember seeing anything as exciting as them since I saw Jimi Hendrix live back in the 60's" These are the words of Elton John, talking about young Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, known as 2CELLOS. The duo rose to fame in 2011 when their version of Michael Jackson's "Smooth Criminal" took the world by storm. The YouTube video became a massive viral sensation leading to a record deal with Sony Masterworks and an invitation to join Sir Elton John on his worldwide tour. They have also appeared on major TV shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Ellen DeGeneres Show (multiple times), Lopez Tonight, TV Total with Stefan Raab, ABC's The Bachelor and many others. 2CELLOS were also the first instrumental act to ever perform on the hugely popular TV series GLEE, where they appeared as special guests in the Michael Jackson tribute episode. Together with the Chinese classical superstar pianist Lang Lang, they appeared at the CCTV New Year?s Gala for more than 1 billion viewers. They have also collaborated with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Queens of the Stone Age and George Michael. they are equally impressive when playing Bach and Vivaldi as they are when rocking out AC/DC. 2CELLOS released their second album IN2ITION in January 2013. The album was produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin (Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, Kiss, Deep Purple) and features an eclectic group of vocal and instrumental guests including Elton John, Steve Vai, Lang Lang, Naya Rivera and Zucherro.

Chanticleer
Saturday, Feb 21,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
Tickets go on sale August 1, 2014 at 11:30am. General Public: $45, 25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $40; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $42; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
The men who wrote the book on male vocal ensembles over the last three decades are back! Called "the world's reigning male chorus" by The New Yorker magazine, and named Ensemble of the Year by Musical America in 2008, the San Francisco-based, Grammy award-winning ensemble packed the theater in 2005 and 2010. Named after a medieval rooster from the fabled Canterbury Tales, the group honors its proud ancestral cock by eloquently belting out their songs.

The Nile Project
Thursday, Feb 26,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
Free
Formed in 2011 by ethnomusicologist Mina Girgis and singer Meklit Hadero, the Nile Project brings together musicians from all 11 countries bordering the Nile in a creative intersection of music and cultural education. Emphasizing diversity and understanding, the Nile Project serves as a connection between the many cultures of the Nile and an exploration of cooperation through music.

UW-Madison's Musical Idol with Four Seasons Theatre and MTM
Friday, Feb 27,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
Free
Do you have what it takes to be Madison's next great musical theatre star? Music Theatre of Madison continues its popular Musical Theatre Idol competition where local singers get to belt it out Broadway style - and the audience gets to choose the winner.

Takacs Quartet
Saturday, Feb 28,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $45, 25. Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $40. UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $42. UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Widely heralded as modern masters of classical music, the Takacs Quartet has delighted audiences in Europe, Asia, Australia and North America, bringing a vivid intensity to the works that built their genre. Known for their 'supreme artistry manifest at every level,' (The Guardian) they are the only string quartet ever to be inducted into Gramophone's Hall of Fame. Such an honor is hardly unfamiliar to the group, however, having also taken home Disc of the Year and Chamber Award from BBC, as well as a Grammy for their Beethoven collection. This talented quartet continues to amaze while pushing the boundaries of chamber music.

Travel Adventure Series - Cruising France with Clint Denn
Monday, Mar 02,  7:30 PM
Union South - The Marquee
General Public: $12; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $10; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $10; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $6; Dinner: $17. Prices do not include fees
Having been to every continent, Clint Denn certainly qualifies as a world traveler. Filming above and below water, the former high school and college teacher uses his deep passion for people, wildlife and all things water to bring the world to his audience. See France from a whole new perspective in this film. Enjoy a pre-film dinner food from the region.

Travel Adventure Series - Cruising France with Clint Denn
Tuesday, Mar 03,  7:30 PM
Union South - The Marquee
General Public: $12; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $10; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $10; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $6; Dinner: $17. Prices do not include fees
Having been to every continent, Clint Denn certainly qualifies as a world traveler. Filming above and below water, the former high school and college teacher uses his deep passion for people, wildlife and all things water to bring the world to his audience. See France from a whole new perspective in this film. Enjoy a pre-film dinner food from the region.

20 Years of Freedom featuring Huh Masekela and Vusi Mahlasela
Friday, Mar 06,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $40, 36, 25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $36, 32; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $38, 34; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Playing the flugelhorn and trumpet since age 14 and later emerging as a bandleader, composer, singer and defiant political voice, Hugh Masekela's career has spanned more than five decades. With over 40 albums to his name and collaborations with such artists as Harry Belafonte, Dizzy Gillespie, The Byrds, Fela Kuti, Marvin Gaye, Herb Alpert, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder and the late Miriam Makeba, Masekela's musical pedigree is uncontested. His anti-apartheid anthem 'Bring Home Nelson Mandela' served as a rallying cry around the world while currently he is using his global reach to promote heritage restoration in Africa. Building his first guitar from fishing line and a cooking oil can and teaching himself how to play, Vusi Mahlasela responded to the massacre of more than 200 black South Africans in the Soweto Uprising in 1976 with his music, writing songs of justice, freedom, revolution, love, and peace. Eventually he became known as "The Voice" of the anti-Apartheid movement. Now these two South African musical ambassadors and freedom fighters join forces for a celebration of 20 years of democracy in their homeland, performing music of the anti-apartheid movement with a stellar backing band.

The Acting Company Presents Macbeth
Saturday, Mar 07,  7:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $21; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $23; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
This sleek, accessible and characteristically bloody Macbeth will thrill, startle and satisfy students and adults alike - the perfect presentation for both first timers as well as Shakespeare buffs. One of his darkest and most powerful tragedies, Shakespeare dramatizes the psychological and political impact of when evil is chosen to satisfy the ambition for power.

The Acting Company Presents Macbeth
Saturday, Mar 07,  11:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $21; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $23; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
This sleek, accessible and characteristically bloody Macbeth will thrill, startle and satisfy students and adults alike - the perfect presentation for both first timers as well as Shakespeare buffs. One of his darkest and most powerful tragedies, Shakespeare dramatizes the psychological and political impact of when evil is chosen to satisfy the ambition for power.

The Acting Company Presents Macbeth
Sunday, Mar 08,  7:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $21; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $23; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
This sleek, accessible and characteristically bloody Macbeth will thrill, startle and satisfy students and adults alike - the perfect presentation for both first timers as well as Shakespeare buffs. One of his darkest and most powerful tragedies, Shakespeare dramatizes the psychological and political impact of when evil is chosen to satisfy the ambition for power.

An Evening with Ezra Klein
Monday, Mar 09,  7:30 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
FREE
Ezra Klein is Editor-in-Chief of Vox.com, a general news website he recently founded which focuses on giving the public crucial contextual information necessary to understand what's happening in the world today. Prior to starting Vox.com, Klein oversaw the Washington Post?s Wonkblog. He is also a columnist for Bloomberg News and a regular contributor/policy analyst for MSNBC. In 2011, TIME named his blog one of the 25 best financial blogs and the Society of American Business Editors and Writers named Klein as their 2011 Opinion Columnist of the Year. In 2012, GQ named him to their 50 Most Powerful People in Washington, calling him "a singular journalistic force." This event is sponsored by WUD Distinguished Lecture Series, and is free and open to the public.

Altan
Thursday, Mar 12,  7:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $29; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $25; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $27; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $9. Prices do not include fees.
Traditional Irish music greats, formed in 1981 by the late, great Irish flautist Frankie Kennedy and his wife Mairead Mi Mhaonaigh, the group continues to pay tribute to Kennedy?s talent and charm with their lively, haunting traditional tunes. The band performs in venues around the world, but its music has a light-hearted, unpretentious intimacy that seems to come straight from the back porches and living rooms of their native Ireland. From ballads to jigs, Altan brings a heartfelt intensity to every note.

Altan
Thursday, Mar 12,  9:30 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $29; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $25; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $27; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $9. Prices do not include fees.
Traditional Irish music greats, formed in 1981 by the late, great Irish flautist Frankie Kennedy and his wife Mairead Mi Mhaonaigh, the group continues to pay tribute to Kennedy?s talent and charm with their lively, haunting traditional tunes. The band performs in venues around the world, but its music has a light-hearted, unpretentious intimacy that seems to come straight from the back porches and living rooms of their native Ireland. From ballads to jigs, Altan brings a heartfelt intensity to every note.

Kronos Quartet
Saturday, Mar 14,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $44, 40, 28. Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $40, 36. UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $42, 38. UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Since its formation in 1973, the Kronos Quartet has played, collaborated and performed with a list of artists so long and diverse it seems to encompass the entire international musical community. From Bartok to Thelonious Monk, David Bowie to Nine Inch Nails, Inuit throat singers to Chinese pipa masters, the quartet bridges musical divides and defies classification.

An Evening with Tavi Gevinson
An Evening with Tavi Gevinson
Tuesday, Mar 17,  7:30 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
FREE
PLEASE NOTE: DATE CHANGE. Tavi Gevinson is a writer, actress, and editor-in-chief of Rookie (rookiemag.com), a magazine for teenage girls she founded in 2011. A precocious writer, she took the fashion world by storm as a pre-teen with her influential blog Style Rookie before focusing her efforts on Rookie (the third print edition of which comes out in October) and more recently on acting. She has appeared in the Broadway and Steppenwolf Theater productions of This Is Our Youth alongside Michael Cera and the 2013 film Enough Said. She has written for publications including The Believer, ELLE, and the Chicago Tribune, and spoken at TEDxTeen, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Sydney Opera House, the New Yorker Festival, and the Melbourne Writers Festival. This free public lecture is sponsored by the Distinguished Lecture Series Committee.

Marcia Legere Binns Student Play Festival
Saturday, Mar 21,  12:00 AM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
Free
Our annual weekend-long event showcasing students writing, acting, and directing plays in the Wisconsin Union Theater's brand new Play Circle. Times TBA.

Sharon Isbin, guitar, and Isabel Leonard, mezzo-soprano
Saturday, Mar 21,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $50, 25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $44; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $46; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Classical guitar great and head of Julliard's Guitar department Sharon Isbin returns to the Theater, this time with mezzo-soprano Isadora Leonard. Recipient of the Marilyn Horne Foundation award in 2005, Isbin is considered the most influential American guitarist alive. Joining her is mezzo-soprano Isadora Leonard, recently returned from the Metropolitan Opera's 2013-14 Cosi fan tutte as Dorabella.

Marcia Legere Binns Student Play Festival
Sunday, Mar 22,  12:00 AM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
Free
Our annual weekend-long event showcasing students writing, acting, and directing plays in the Wisconsin Union Theater's brand new Play Circle. Times TBA.

An Evening with Danielle Allen
Tuesday, Mar 24,  7:30 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
FREE
Danielle S. Allen is a MacArthur Award-winning classicist and political theorist who examines issues of contemporary citizenship and argues for the importance of connecting people across racial, socioeconomic, educational and religious divides. Her recent book, Our Declaration, is an incisive re-reading of the Declaration of Independence that restores equality to its rightful place alongside freedom as a foundational principle of democratic governance. (Source: UW Center for the Humanities) This lecture is co-sponsored by the WUD Distinguished Lecture Series Committee and the UW Center for the Humanities, and it is free and open to the public.

An Evening with Ta-Nehisi Coates
Tuesday, Apr 07,  7:30 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall
FREE
Ta-Nehisi Coates is one of the most original and perceptive writers in America. With rich emotional depth and a sonar sense of how pop culture, politics, and history shape discussions of diversity, Coates is "the young James Joyce of the hip hop generation" (Walter Mosley). His 2014 Atlantic cover story on slavery and race, "The Case for Reparations," is one of the most talked-about pieces of nonfiction in recent memory. His Atlantic blog has been named by Time as one of the 25 Best in the World. Currently working on his first novel, Coates has published a critically-hailed memoir, The Beautiful Struggle. This lecture is co-sponsored with the UW Center for the Humanities and is free and open to the public.

Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain
Saturday, Apr 11,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $42, 38, 25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $38, 34; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $40, 36; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
If ukuleles make you think of hula skirts and leis, think again. The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain takes this beautifully simple instrument to new heights with their vast repertoire of unexpected cover tunes. You haven't really heard the Talking Heads' Psycho Killer - or Lady Gaga's Born This Way, or Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit - until you've heard it played by an orchestra of ukes. The unexpected depth and range of this diminutive instrument is brought out in full force in the group's playful, virtuosic and often comedic renditions, selling out shows from the Sydney Opera House to Carnegie Hall.

Travel Adventure Series - The Heart of San Francisco with Sandy Mortimer
Monday, Apr 20,  7:30 PM
Union South - The Marquee
General Public: $12; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $10; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $10; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $6. Prices do not include fees.
Sandy Mortimer, multi-award-winning producer and travel lecturer, explores the people, history, and places in the city that invented blue jeans. Mortimer, a flight attendant turned news personality, has traveled all around the world documenting and touring for her films.

Travel Adventure Series - The Heart of San Francisco with Sandy Mortimer
Tuesday, Apr 21,  7:30 PM
Union South - The Marquee
General Public: $12; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $10; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $10; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $6. Prices do not include fees.
Sandy Mortimer, multi-award-winning producer and travel lecturer, explores the people, history, and places in the city that invented blue jeans. Mortimer, a flight attendant turned news personality, has traveled all around the world documenting and touring for her films.

Cabaret @ The Circle with Four Seasons Theatre
Friday, Apr 24,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $19; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $15; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $17; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $6. Prices do not include fees.
Four Seasons Theatre is proud to launch a new series: Cabaret @ the Circle. The Play Circle Theater provides the perfect setting for FST's vocalists to bring you an intimate cabaret experience, full of songs and stories.

Jay Ungar and Molly Mason
Saturday, Apr 25,  7:30 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $25; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $21; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $23; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
The busy duo, creators of the Emmy-nominated Ashokan Farewell and hosts of the radio show "Dancing on the Air," return to the theater after their last sold-out show. Their music has been featured in many soundtracks, including Legends of the Fall and Brother's Keeper.

The Jack Quartet
Thursday, May 07,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Fredric March Play Circle
General Public: $15; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $12; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $13; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Succumb to your senses in the Fredric March Play Circle as the JACK Quartet perform String Quartet No. 3 by Georg Friedrich Hass in complete darkness. Known for their innovative techniques and daring, the JACK quartet's performance will offer new music at its best.

The Jack Quartet - World Premiere of
Friday, May 08,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $30, 26, 20; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $26, 22; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $28, 24; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Part of JACK Quartet's mission is to introduce and perform new works of music, and for this concert the group will be debuting works by Laura Schwendinger, a professor of composition and at our very own University of Wisconsin-Madison. Schwedinger's composing has been called "Punchy, imaginative, subtle, stirring, [and] evocative," by Colin Clarke of Fanfare. "Creature Quartet" is made up of four larger movements which are framed by smaller movements, each one an ode to an extinct, endangered or mythical creature.

Poncho Sanchez and His Latin Jazz Band
Saturday, May 09,  8:00 PM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
General Public: $30; Wisconsin Union Members & Non UW-Madison Students: $26; UW-Madison Faculty & Staff: $28; UW-Madison Student (with ID): $10. Prices do not include fees.
Taking his inspiration from jazz legends Chano Pozo and Dizzy Gillespie, percussionist Poncho Sanchez is a musical giant in his own right, lending a heady infusion of Latin flavor to the elements of traditional jazz. Like a good dance partner, Sanchez's music keeps you on your toes without missing a beat. Growing up in L.A. with a range of influences, from John Coltrane to James Brown, Sanchez taught himself to play guitar, flute, drums and timbales, eventually finding true love with the congas - a love that would earn him the title "King of the Conga."

Isthmus Jazz Festival
Friday, Jun 19,  12:00 AM
Memorial Union - Shannon Hall, Union Theater
This season's Isthmus Jazz Festival is on Friday & Saturday, June 19 & 20, 2015 at the Memorial Union. Festival headliner Freddy Cole is everything a jazz legend should be - smooth, charming, and casually brilliant. The younger brother of Nat King Cole, Freddy lends warmth and style to treasured classics with a captivating confidence. The New York Times calls him "the most maturely expressive jazz singer of his generation, if not the best alive." His trio will be joined by UW's own Jazz Orchestra. Other artists will play free concerts on both days.


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