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Feb 9-13 n Black Watch – National Theatre of Scotland
Feb 16 n Blues at the Crossroads
Feb 18 n Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz
Jan 21 n Mitsuko Uchida, piano Feb 22-24 n Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Jan 28-29 n Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis
Feb 26 n Yasmin Levy
Feb 28 n Nicola Benedetti, violin

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Mar 1-2 n ID – Cirque Éloize Apr 1-2 n Woyzeck on the Highveld – Handspring Puppet Company
Mar 3 n Leon Fleisher Apr 5 n St. Petersburg Philharmonic
Mar 17-18 n The Andersen Project – Ex Machina Apr 12-13 n BeijingDance/LDTX
Mar 22 n Phil Kline’s John the Revelator Apr 14 n Bach and Beyond – Jennifer Koh, violin
Mar 29-30 n Nederlands Dans Theater Apr 19 n Tony Allen’s Afrobeat Orchestra
Apr 21 n Branford Marsalis, saxophone, with the NCJRO
Carolina
Performing
Arts spring 2010
theater
Black Watch – 2
National Theatre of Scotland
ID – Cirque Éloize 3
The Andersen Project – 4
Ex Machina
Woyzeck on the Highveld – 4
Handspring Puppet Company

music
Mitsuko Uchida, piano 5
Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra 6
with Wynton Marsalis
Blues at the Crossroads: 6
The Robert Johnson Centennial Concert
Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz 7
Yasmin Levy 7
Nicola Benedetti, violin 10
Leon Fleisher 10
Phil Kline’s John the Revelator 11
with Lionheart and ETHEL
St. Petersburg Philharmonic 11
Bach and Beyond – 12
Jennifer Koh, violin
Tony Allen’s Afrobeat Orchestra 12
Branford Marsalis, saxophone 13
with the NCJRO

dance
Alvin Ailey 14
American Dance Theater
Nederlands Dans Theater 15
BeijingDance/LDTX
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world theater

Black Watch – National Theatre of Scotland


Wednesday, February 9 at 7:30 PM
Thursday, February 10 at 7:30 PM
Friday, February 11 at 8 PM
Saturday, February 12 at 2 PM
Saturday, February 12 at 8 PM
Sunday, February 13 at 2 PM
Hurtling from a poolroom in Scotland to an armored truck in Iraq, this blistering,
complex and urgent theater work is based on inter views with former soldiers who
ser ved in Iraq. Viewed through the eyes of those on the ground, Black Watch reveals
what it means to be part of the legendar y Scottish regiment, what it means to be part
of the war on terror and what it means to make the journey home again. Exploring the
male psyche and the morality of war with tremendous energy, wit and compassion,
Black Watch addresses one of the thorniest issues of our time.

Please note: Black Watch contains strong language, loud explosions and strobe lighting.

voices of dissent

“Electrifying…” - Independent on Sunday (London)

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world theater
“Stunningly beautiful…”
- Newsday

ID – Cirque Éloize
Tuesday, March 1 at 7:30 PM
Wednesday, March 2 at 7:30 PM
A dynamic mix of new circus and urban dance, ID features ten circus
disciplines against a throbbing backdrop of hip-hop, rock music and
sci-fi videos. With its signature mix of human poetry, physical feats and
playful energy, Cirque Éloize sets ID in the heart of a futuristic city – a
spot where we can seek refuge and escape anonymity, express our
individuality, affirm our identity, and reclaim possession of public space.
Creating magical, poetic works combining circus arts with music, dance
and theater, Cirque Éloize takes part in many prestigious international
festivals and has conquered Broadway with its hit show Rain, performed
in Memorial Hall in October 2007.

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world theater

The Andersen Project – Ex Machina Woyzeck on the Highveld –


Thursday, March 17 at 7:30 PM Handspring Puppet Company
Friday, March 18 at 8 PM Friday April 1 at 8 PM
Directed by Robert Lepage | Starring Yves Jacques Saturday April 2 at 8 PM

Filled to the brim with his trademark rapid-fire humor and visual Based on the play by Georg Büchner
and technological brilliance, this spellbinding masterpiece by Directed by William Kentridge
Canadian theater visionary Robert Lepage explores sexual Designed by Adrian Kohler & William Kentridge
identity, unfulfilled fantasies and the thirst for fame. Freely
inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s timeless fables and Against an arresting backdrop of animated projections,
the anecdotes drawn from his life and writings, this deeply spectacular life-size puppets play out Georg Büchner’s
human one-man performance weaves the compelling story famed tale of jealousy and murder in Handspring’s
of a Québécois songwriter in Paris whose travels and chance heart-stopping South African multi-media fantasy. In this
encounters take him on a voyage of self-discovery and artful adaptation, Woyzeck – a central text in 20th-century
understanding. theater – weaves a magical spell filled with humor and pathos.
Collaborating with William Kentridge, one of the world’s most
The Andersen Project contains content that is intended for renowned artists and filmmakers, the Cape Town-based
mature audiences only. Handspring Puppet Company first appeared in Chapel
Hill in 2005 with Tall Horse, and return to Memorial Hall
on the heels of their London smash hit War Horse.
“…dazzling…”
- The Guardian (UK)
“…sheer beauty and imaginative power…”
- Chicago Sun-Times

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music

Mitsuko Uchida, piano


Friday, January 21 at 8 PM

Program
Beethoven Sonata No. 27 in E minor, Op. 90
Schumann Davidsbündlertänze
Chopin Prelude in C-sharp minor, Op. 45
Sonata No. 3 in B minor, Op. 58

Hailed as the high priestess of Mozart and one of


the true great Schubert interpreters, Mistuko Uchida
is among today’s most gifted and beloved pianists. A
master of Viennese classical and Romantic repertory,
her distinguished work also includes the repertories
of Schoenberg, Webern and Berg, and contemporary
composers such as György Kurtág and Pierre Boulez.
Recently, she won BBC Music Magazine’s Instrumentalist
of the Year and Disc of the Year awards for her recording
of Beethoven Piano Sonatas Op. 101 and Op. 106.

Classical music performances are made possible by the


William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust. We thank the Trustees
for their visionary generosity and for encouraging others to
support Carolina Performing Arts.

“… an elegant,
deeply musical interpreter…”
- Chicago Tribune

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music

David ‘Honeyboy’ Edwards

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra Blues at the Crossroads:


with Wynton Marsalis The Robert Johnson
Friday, January 28 at 8 PM Centennial Concerts
Saturday, January 29 at 8 PM Wednesday, February 16 at 7:30 PM
The first jazz composer to win the Pulitzer Prize in music, New Welcome to the blues. With David “Honeyboy” Edwards on
Orleans native Wynton Marsalis was also the first artist to win board, Blues at the Crossroads connects straight back to the
jazz and classical Grammy Awards in the same year. His Jazz Robert Johnson legend – Edwards was playing with him the
at Lincoln Center Orchestra (JLCO) features 15 of jazz music’s night he died. The evening picks up the thread of Johnson’s
leading soloists, drawing from an extensive repertoire including Mississippi legacy at the junction of US Highways 61 & 49 –
the masterworks of Ellington, Mingus, Coltrane, and other great the very crossroads where, as folklore would have it, Robert
jazz composers, and original compositions by Mr. Marsalis, Johnson’s burning desire pushed him to make his deal with the
Benny Carter, Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, Joe Lovano, devil, giving up his soul to write the most haunting blues the
Marcus Roberts, Geri Allen, Christian McBride and others. world had ever heard. Featuring David “Honeyboy” Edwards,
Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Hubert Sumlin, and Cedric
The January 29 performance of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra
with Wynton Marsalis is supported by an Anonymous Performance
Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm.
Benefactor honoring the memory of Fred Fearing.
“We all owed our existence
“…extraordinarily versatile…” [to Robert Johnson] in some way.”
- Los Angeles Times - Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin

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Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Yasmin Levy
Friday, February 18 at 8 PM Saturday, February 26 at 8 PM

The prophet of Latin jazz, nine-time Grammy Award winner Named “the next world music superstar” by London’s
Eddie Palmieri blazes his own distinctive musical path around The Guardian, this bewitching, goosebump-inducing Israeli
the world. A powerhouse innovator, this pianist, bandleader, interprets the most haunting songs of her Judeo-Spanish
composer, arranger, producer and pioneer of contemporary heritage. One of the finest singers of the Middle East,
salsa revolutionized Latin music with his infectious sound. Yasmin Levy draws on a bottomless reserve of emotional
With 36 albums to his name and more than 50 years as a depth and beauty, singing in Spanish and the ancient Ladino
bandleader, his restless, instinctive playing is rooted in Cuban language of Sephardic Jews as she blends her own mixture
music and influenced by jazz luminaries such as Art Tatum, of flamenco, Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Sephardic
Bobby Timmons, Bill Evans, Horace Silver, Bud Powell and Jewish traditions. With appearances at the international
McCoy Tyner. festivals WOMEX (World Music Expo) and WOMAD (World
of Music, Arts and Dance), she is establishing herself
This performance is part of the 34th annual Carolina as one of the great divas of world music.
Jazz Festival.

This performance takes place in our Loading Dock configuration,


“…consistently innovative…” with audiences and artists sharing the Memorial Hall stage.
- Boston Globe Seating for this performance is limited, and directions will be
distributed with ticket purchases.

“The next world music superstar.”


- The Guardian (UK)

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What kinds of performances will you enjoy?
If the variety is overwhelming, try browsing the categories below.
Each set contains performances that might appeal to your interests,
whether you want marquee names or groundbreaking innovations.

Like popular performers? Looking for a Love the classics? Can’t get enough Interested in innovative and eye-opening
night out on the town with friends? of marquee names? Consider these performances? Consider these
Consider some of these big personalities. renowned musicians, breathtaking groundbreaking choices.
Bright Lights Performances… ensembles and powerful works. Discoveries Performances…
Masters Performances…
• ID – Cirque Éloize (page 3) • Black Watch – National Theatre of
• Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra • Mitsuko Uchida, piano (page 5) Scotland (page 2)
with Wynton Marsalis (page 6) • Blues at the Crossroads: • The Andersen Project – Ex Machina
• Tony Allen’s Afrobeat Orchestra The Robert Johnson Centennial (page 4)
(page 12) Concerts (page 6) • Woyzeck on the Highveld – Handspring
• Branford Marsalis, saxophone, • Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz (page 7) Puppet Company (page 4)
with the North Carolina Jazz • Nicola Benedetti, violin (page 10) • Nederlands Dans Theater (page 15)
Repertory Orchestra (page 13) • St. Petersburg Philharmonic (page 11) • BeijingDance/LDTX (page 15)
• Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater • Bach and Beyond – Jennifer Koh,
(page 14) violin (page 12)

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performances in this year’s Carolina
Creative Campus, Voices of Dissent:
an exploration of speaking up, acting
out, being against, thinking differently,
finding a voice. For more information,
visit www.carolinacreativecampus.org.

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music

Nicola Benedetti, violin Leon Fleisher, piano


Monday, February 28 at 7:30 PM Wednesday, March 3 at 7:30 PM

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James MacMillan From Ayrshire J. S. Bach “Sheep May Safely Graze” from Cantata No. 208
Prokofiev Violin Sonata No. 1 in F minor, Op. 80 Capriccio in B-flat major “On the Departure
Chausson Poème, Op. 25 of a Most Beloved Brother,” BWV 992
Strauss Violin Sonata in E-flat major, Op. 18 Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor, BWV 903
Chaconne for the Left Hand from the Violin Partita
The youthful exuberance of rising star Nicola Benedetti belie No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
the razor-sharp technique that exhilarates audiences and critics Schubert Sonata in B-flat major, D. 960
alike. One of the world’s most innovative young violinists, this
Universal/Deutsche Grammophon artist has recorded newly One of the most revered pianists of the past century, Leon
commissioned works by John Tavener and James MacMillan, Fleisher debuted with the New York Philharmonic in 1944.
studied jazz with Wynton Marsalis and explored authentic Performing with every major orchestra and conductor, he made
baroque per formance, winning the 2008 Classical BRIT Award numerous touchstone recordings with George Szell and The
for Young British Classical Per former. Leading Scottish composer Cleveland Orchestra. His early recordings on Sony Masterworks
James MacMillan dedicated his eight-minute work to her. are regarded as some of the greatest in classical music –
among them the complete Beethoven piano concertos, which
Classical music performances are made possible by the William R. Kenan,
Jr. Charitable Trust. We thank the Trustees for their visionary generosity were inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2008. His new
and for encouraging others to support Carolina Performing Arts. recording deal with Sony Masterworks saw the release of a trio
of Mozart concertos in 2009.
“…a shining beacon for classical music…” Classical music performances are made possible by the William R.
Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust. We thank the Trustees for their visionary
- The Times (UK) generosity and for encouraging others to support Carolina Performing
Arts.

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www.carolinaperformingarts.org /“…rhapsodic and affecting…”
music
Phil Kline’s John the Revelator St. Petersburg Philharmonic
with Lionheart and ETHEL with Yuri Temirkanov, conductor,
Tuesday, March 22 at 7:30 PM and Alisa Weilerstein, cello
Tuesday, April 5 at 7:30 PM
From boombox symphonies to chamber music and song
cycles, Phil Kline’s eclectic work has been praised for Program
its subversive subtext, wry humor, originality, and sheer Rimsky-Korsakov Russian Easter Overture, Op. 36
allure. Inspired by the great Son House version of Blind Shostakovich Cello Concerto No. 1, Op. 107
Willie Johnson’s gospel-blues song, John the Revelator Brahms Symphony No. 4 in E minor, Op. 98
is an evening-length choral Mass for renowned early
music vocal group Lionheart with the idiosyncratic string Founded in 1882 under Czar Alexander III, the rich and fascinating
quartet Ethel. Suggesting redemption in a blighted history of the superb St. Petersburg Philharmonic includes the first
world, Kline chooses texts by Samuel Beckett and David Russian performances of works by Strauss, Mahler and Bruckner;
Shapiro along with passages from the Old Testament, premieres of eight of Shostakovich’s symphonies during the Soviet era;
bookending the Mass with treatments of two early performing for the royal court; and the emergence as a state orchestra
American shape-note hymns from The Sacred Harp – after the Russian Revolution. Led by Artistic Director Yuri Temirkanov,
vestiges of an unforgettable and mysterious beauty. this performance includes young cello dynamo Alisa Weilerstein,
whose meteoric rise is dazzling audiences and critics alike.
This performance takes place in our Loading Dock configuration, Classical music performances are made possible by the William R. Kenan,
with audiences and artists sharing the Memorial Hall stage. Jr. Charitable Trust. We thank the Trustees for their visionary generosity and
Seating for this performance is limited, and directions will be for encouraging others to support Carolina Performing Arts.
distributed with ticket purchases.

“…music in the purest form possible…”


“One of America’s most important
- The Washington Post
compositional voices.”
- Philadelphia Inquirer
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music

Bach and Beyond – Jennifer Koh, violin Tony Allen’s Afrobeat Orchestra
Thursday, April 14 at 7:30 PM Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 PM
Program Idolized among fans of African music, jazz, hip hop and funk,
J.S. Bach Partita No. 3 in E major, BWV 1006 drumming icon Tony Allen is one of Africa’s most important
Eugéne Ysaÿe Sonata No. 2 in A minor, Op. 27 No. 1 artists, inspiring generations of musicians around the world.
Kaija Saariaho Nocturne – In memory of W. Lutoslawski Alongside Fela Kuti, with whom he collaborated for 15
Elliott Carter Fantasy – Remembering Roger years, he pioneered the hard-driving, funk-infused, politically
Esa-Pekka Salonen Lachen verlernt insurrectionary Afrobeat style that dominates African
J.S. Bach Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004 popular music. Now the genre’s torchbearer, Allen’s new
Carolina Performing Arts is a co-commissioner of Bach and Beyond.
album Secret Agent was recorded with his touring band of
musicians from Nigeria, Cameroon, Martinique and France.
Jennifer Koh’s thought-provoking style and fiery playing have earned
this enchanting young violinist a Grammy nomination for her CD String “...a genius.”
Poetic. With technique to burn and a pristine tone, she is committed - The Guardian
to exploring connections between the pieces she plays. Her
recordings include an acclaimed CD of the complete Schumann violin
sonatas and works of such varied composers as Bach, Schubert,
voices of dissent
Szymanowski, Martin, Schoenberg and jazz legend Ornette Coleman.
Classical music performances are made possible by the William R. Kenan,
Jr. Charitable Trust. We thank the Trustees for their visionary generosity
and for encouraging others to support Carolina Performing Arts.

“An endearing presence, Koh has chops aplenty.”


- The Star-Ledger

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Branford Marsalis, saxophone,
with the North Carolina Jazz
Repertory Orchestra
Thursday, April 21 at 7:30 PM

Among the most celebrated musicians of the past quarter century,


three-time Grammy Award winner Branford Marsalis has appeared
with jazz giants such as Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie
Hancock and Sonny Rollins. Born into one of the country’s most
distinguished musical families, he gained initial acclaim with
Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers and his brother Wynton’s quintet
before forming his own ensemble. Equally at home on the stages
of the world’s greatest jazz clubs and classical music venues, he
is known for his innovative spirit and broad musical scope. He
performs here with the hard-hitting North Carolina Jazz Repertory
Orchestra, led by James Ketch, professor and director of jazz
studies at UNC-Chapel Hill.

“…keeps getting more impressive.”


- The New York Times

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dance

“…pure movement,
pure magic…”
- The New York Times

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater


Tuesday, February 22 at 7:30 PM
Wednesday, February 23 at 7:30 PM
Thursday, February 24 at 7:30 PM

Alvin Ailey’s story is one of the most inspirational in the history


of American performing arts and his genius forever changed
the perception of American dance. For half a century, Alvin Ailey
American Dance Theater has served as this country’s dance
ambassador, bringing African-American cultural expression and
the American modern dance tradition to the world’s stages. The
legacy continues with Judith Jamison’s remarkable vision – in her
final season as Artistic Director – and the extraordinary artistry
of the company’s beautiful dancers. The superb technique,
passion and inimitable style that are the hallmarks of the Ailey
tradition continue to dazzle audiences around the globe.

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dance
Nederlands Dans Theater BeijingDance/LDTX
Tuesday, March 29 at 7:30 PM Tuesday, April 12 at 7:30 PM
Wednesday, March 30 at 7:30 PM Wednesday, April 13 at 7:30 PM

Nederlands Dans Theater is among the most prominent and April 12 program April 13 program
innovative contemporar y dance companies in the world, setting Unspeakable All River Red and other works
the stage on fire with lavish visuals, hypnotic music and 30
sublime dancers. Per forming highly praised works by house An important voice in the evolution of modern Chinese
choreographers JiřířKylián and Lightfoot León as well as new thought and society, BeijingDance/LDTX (Lei Dong Tian
creations by established and emerging choreographers, the Xia – Thunder Rumbles Under Heaven) was born out of a
company inspires and engages audiences from The Hague controversial and exciting time of rapid cultural change.
to New York, Tokyo to Rio de Janeiro. Constantly challenging Founded by veteran choreographers and a new generation
the boundaries of dance per formance, these resplendent of dancers, China’s first independent, nongovernmental
per formers present challenging repertoire with unparalleled professional dance company is a platform for contemporary
virtuosity and expression. creations integrating Chinese culture and international
influences. Pioneering China’s most cutting-edge
Please note: This performance contains partial nudity. choreography under the artistic direction of Willy Tsao –
China’s foremost figure in modern dance – the company’s
The March 29 performance of Nederlands Dans exquisite dancers perform a diverse repertoire.
Theater is supported by Wyndham Robertson,
Performance Benefactor. “…the coming of age of new Chinese dance…”
- Dance Europe
“…inventive, bold and always fabulously danced.”
- The New York Times

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158 102
131 101
159 134 133 132 121 120 119 118
137 136 135 117 116 115
G F

G F
G F
G F

139 138 114 113


141 140

F
F
112 111
109
151 133 132 131 121 120 119 118 108
153
152 136 135 134 117 116 115 107
154 139 138 137 114 113 112 106

E
E
140 111 105
155 141 104
156 103
157 151 132 131 122 121 120 119 118 109 108 102
158 152 136 135 134 133 117 116 115 107
E D

E D
153 138 137 101
E D

E D
159 154 140 139 114 113 106
105
112 111

D
D
155 142 141 104
156 103
157 151 131 121 120 119 118 117
109 10 102
158 2 134 133 132 8
159 153 15 137 136 135 116 115 114 107
106 101
154 139 138 113 112 105
155 141 140

C
C
111 104
156 103
157 151 109 102
158 2 134 133 132
131 121 120 119 118 108 101
159 153 15 137 136 135
117 116 115 107
C B

C B
C B

C B
154 114 113 106
155 139 138 112 105
141 140

B
B
156 111 104
157 103
151 107 102
158 152 134 133 132 131 120 119 118 117 116 106 101
159 153 137 136 135
115 114 113
105
104
154 139 138 112 111 103
155

A
A
140 102
156 101
157 151 106
105
152 134 133 132 131 120 119 118 117 116 104
A

135

A
153 115
A

A
136 114 103
154 138 137 113 112
102
155 140 139 111 101
156 106
151 105
152 104
153 103
154 102
155 101
156

MAIN FLOOR
V
V

37 36 35 24 23 22
38 21
41 12 11
42 10
44 43
U
U

34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 9
46 45 38 37 36 35 22 21 8
7
47 6
48 41 15 14
49 43 42 13 12
5
50 4
T
T

51 45 44 36 35 34 33 32 31
30 29 28 27 26 25 24
23 22 21 11 10 3
52 47 46 39 38 37 9 2
48 14 8 1
49 42 41 13
50 43 12 7
S

1
S

5 6
52 44 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 11
10 5
53 46 45 38 37 36 21 9 4
54 47 15 14 8 3
55 49
48 42 41 7 2
44 43 13 6
R

50 1
R

33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 12
51 46
45
36 35 34
24 23 22 21 11 5
5 2 47 37 10 4
53 4 8 42 41 15 14 9 3
54 49 43 13 8
7 2
44
Q

50
Q

51
45 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 12
11 6 1
52 47
46 38 37 36 21 10 5
48 41 15 14 9 4
53 4 9 43
42 8 3
54 13 7
P

50
P

44 29 28 27 26 25 12
55 51 45 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 24 23 22 11 6 2
46 37 21 10 5 1
52 47 15 14 9 4
53 4 8 42 41 8
49 43 13 3
54 7
O

12
O

29 28 27 26 25 24
55 50 45
44 35 34 33 32 31 30 23 22 21 11 6 2
51 46 38 37 36 10
9
5 1
52 47 41 15 14 8 4
4 8 42
53 49 43 13 7 3
N

12
N

54 50 45
44 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 11 6 2
55 51 46 37 36 35 21 10 5 1
47 15 14 9 4
52 42 41 8 3
53 9 48 43 13 7
M
M

4 44 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 12 6 2
54 50 45 35 34 33 23 22 21 11 5 1
55 36 10
51 46 9 4
52 47 15
48 42 41 14 13 8 3
53 49 43 7
L

12
L

31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 2
54 50 45
44 35 34 33 32 23 22 21 11 6
55 51 46 37 36 10 5 1
47 15 14 9 4
52 8
53 49
48 42 41 13 7 3
K
K

43 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 12 6 2
54 50 44 34 33 23 22 11
55 51 45 36 35 21 10 5 1
46 9 4
52 47 15 14
53 8 42 41 8 3
9 4 7
J

13
J

43 29 28 27 26 25 24 23
5 4 4 4 4 34 33 32 31 30 12 6 2
55
50 45 37 36 35 22 21 11
10 5 1
51 46 16 15 9 4
52 47 41 8 3
53 48 43 42 14 1
H

31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23
H

49 7
54 5 44 34 33 32 22 21 3 12 6 2
50 6 4 36 35 11 5 1
55 51 7 4 10
52 4 8 4 42 41 15 14 9 4
3
G

49 13 8
G

53 43 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23
50 44 34 33 32 22 12 7 2
54 51 45 35 21 11 6 1
55 46 10
52 41 16 9 5
47 42 15 4
53 14 8
F

48 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23
F

54 49 4 4 43 34 33 32 22 21 13 7 3
45 36 35 12 6 2
55 50 46 11
51 16 10 5 1
56 47 42
41 15 9 4
52 48
E

29 28 27 26 25 14 1
E

43 33 32 31 30 24 23 3 8
53 49 44 34 22 21 12 3
50 45 35
11 7 2
54 51 46 10 6
55 47 15 14 1
52 48 42 41 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23
9 5
D

13
D

53 4 9
44
43 34 33 32 22 12 8 4
54 50 45 36 35 21 11 7 3
51 46 10 6
55 14 13 9 5 2
52 47 41 8
48 3 42 1
C

30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 12 4
C

56 53 49 4 4 33 32 31 22 11 7 3
54 5 0 4 5 4 35 34 21 10 6 2
55 51 6 9 5
6 2 4 7 4 41 11 8 4 1
5 5 42 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 10 7
B

48 33 32 31
B

53 43 22 9 6 3
49 44 35 34 21 8 2
54 50 7 5
51 45 4 1
55 46 41 10 6 3
52 29 28 27 26 25 9
A

47 42 24 23 5
A

53 4 3 32 31 30 22 21 8 4 2
4 8 44 34 33 7 1
54 49 45 6 3
50 46 5 2
51 47 4 1
48 3
49 2
50 1

STAGE

MEMORIAL HALL SEATING CHART


MEMORIAL HALL, CHAPEL HILL NC

PREMIUM SECTION A SECTION B SECTION C


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