El Camino College’s Center for the Arts Announces Exciting 51st Season
El Camino College’s Center for the Arts recently announced its 51st season, full of high-quality shows, concerts and beloved South Bay traditions such as the “Nutcracker.”
Tickets are now on sale for the exciting Center for the Arts 2019-20 season, featuring cutting-edge dance performances, concerts in a variety of musical genres, plays, student ensembles, and the Resident Artist Series, showcasing the talents of ECC’s outstanding faculty.
New this year, audience members can choose their favorite shows to create a custom season-ticket package. With this feature, CFA patrons can choose their preferred package, select seats, and save up to 30% over single-event ticket prices. Free parking for each performance is also included in this program. Package subscriptions are available for select music, dance, or theater events. A mix-and-match promotion from select season highlights is also available and leads to even greater savings.
Those interested are advised to subscribe as soon as possible for the best seats at the best price via https://elcaminotickets.universitytickets.com/w/packages/Packages.aspx.
The Center for the Arts 2019-20 season includes a celebration of Mexican music and dance by Nuestras Raíces; “The Who’s Tommy,” the five-time Tony Award-winning musical based on The Who's 1969 rock opera ”Tommy;” a performance by 2017 Cliburn Competition silver medalist Kenny Broberg (piano); CeCe Teneal’s tribute to Aretha Franklin; and the world premiere of a new comedic opera from Los Angeles composer William E. Doyle. The play “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” the Akropolis Reed Quintet, the Annual ECC Jazz Festival, and Quarteto Nuevo, presenting world fusion instrumental music, are also in the 2019-20 lineup.
Tickets are on sale now for all shows, including season-ticket packages. Everyone is invited join the mailing list for the latest events, promotions, and special offers this season.
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El Camino College’s Center for the Arts recently announced its 51st season. New this year, subscribers are invited to create custom season-ticket packages.
August 7, 2019