Get ready for an exciting 45th season of arts performances! The Vail Series offers a captivating blend of music and artistry. From string performances to a cappella brilliance, and from multidisciplinary showcases to rising stars, the 45th season is set to enthrall audiences with a range of unforgettable experiences.
Canadian string ensemble collectif9 performs with the power of an orchestra and the intimacy of a chamber ensemble, mounting engaging and intriguing programs around the world. They present “Rituaels,” a dynamic program spanning from the Middle Ages to modern times, promising an immersive musical experience.
With a record-breaking 10 Grammy Awards and numerous other accolades, Take 6 brings exceptional a cappella vocals to the stage, astounding global audiences. We are delighted to have them come to Denison’s campus and thrill us with their vocal acrobatics!
Third Coast Percussion’s multidisciplinary show, “Metamorphosis,” combines percussion with movement artistry by Lil Buck and Jon Boogz. TCP will be joined on stage by Trent Jerry and Cameron Murphy, movement artists who specialize in street choreography in an engaging performance, with special lighting direction and music by Philip Glass, Tyondi Braxton, and Jlin.
Young Concert Artists on Tour: Four extraordinary rising stars Lun Li (violin), Daniel McGrew (tenor), Joseph Parrish (bass baritone), and Albert Cano Smit (piano) will dazzle with their performances during their campus residency in February.
Modern music collective Wild Up is committed to creating thought-provoking and exciting concerts that create a sense of community. Their innovative programming, together with Pulitzer Prize winning composer Raven Chacon, will bring exhilarating energy to the evening as part of our TUTTI 2024 New Arts Festival.
Kittel & Co: Blending classical, Celtic, bluegrass, folk, and jazz influences, Jeremy Kittel and his five-piece band promise an eclectic and electrifying performance that will bring down the house with their amazing artistry.