Louisiana Philharmonic cellist Jeanne Jaubert presents an evening of music and dance, a celebration of life, love and liberty! Featuring eight cellists, two pianists, and two dancers. Free to the public, donations gladly accepted!
After premiering in 1973 in London, Peter Shaffer’s Equus ran for more than 1000 performances on Broadway, and won the 1974 Tony Award, as well as three other major drama awards. Equus centers on the explosive encounters between Alan Strang, who has blinded six horses with a spike, and Martin Dysart, the middle-aged psychiatrist who agrees to treat him. Thursdays through Sundays. Tickets: $25/ $15 Students and Seniors.
Please join us for a recital by acclaimed pianist, Alexandre Moutouzkine, gold medalist of the New Orleans International Piano Competition 2004. Mr. Moutouzkine will perform the the 12 Chopin Etudes (Opus 25), as well as works by L. Brouwer, G. Lopez Gavilan, E. Lopez Nussa, and George Gershwin. Tickets: $35. For tickets and information: www.masno.org, (504) 899-4826.
Please join us for a recital of classical music for flute, performed by Philip Greenwood and accompanied on piano by Bridget Clonts. The program will include the music of J.S. Bach, Henri Dutilleux, Otar Tatakishevilli, Edin Burton and César Franck. Free to the public; donations happily accepted.