The Steinbeck Institute of Arts and Culture Announces Its Fall Performance Schedule | Events
The Steinbeck Institute of Arts and Culture, located is a place for the Salinas community to experience a spirit of collaboration, share resources, and unify in a sustainable and respectful physical space.National Steinbeck Center Executive Director Colleen Bailey announced that the Institute will launch several events this fall due to the generosity of its presenting sponsor the Sally Hughes Church Foundation . As Bailey believes, “Art is essential to the social and spiritual nourishing of our lives. Music, song, dance, film, books, and visual arts are important to the health of our nation. The Steinbeck Institute of Arts and Culture will use these events to create a genuine sense of community.” This fall’s Performance Schedule is: <>···www.steinbeck.org.
http://www.luisjrodriguez.com/ Pasquale Esposito, Italian tenor in concert Opening performance by local singer Leticia Candelaria Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 7:30pm Ticket prices: $100 VIP includes reception at 6:30-7:30pm; 40% of these tickets support the Onyx Fund for Women (www.theonyxfund.com) $45 non-members $35 members $25 students, military, educator, senior with ID $25 groups of 12 or more For tickets call: 831-775-4739 http://www.pasqualeesposito.com/ The Jungle Book, a ballet performed by State Street Ballet, based on the book by Rudyard Kipling, original music composed by Milan Svododa, and choreography by Rodney Gustafson. Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 7pm Members: $30/Non-members: $40 Students ages 4-16 with ID: $12 For tickets call: 831.775.4726 or at www.steinbeck.org. Groups of 10 are welcome and will receive a discount. http://www.statestreetballet.com/ For more information, please visit the National Steinbeck Center’s website at www.steinbeck.org. For more information on upcoming events or purchase tickets call (831) 775-4726.