Individual tickets for the 2023-24 Newman Center Presents season are on sale now.
From Grammy award-winning Best New Artist Samara Joy to the legendary Martha Graham Dance Company, the 2023-24 Newman Center Presents season brings world-class performers and artists to the University of Denver campus. For the season brochure, click here.
One of the most acclaimed and charismatic jazz artists of his generation, Joshua Redman has released over twenty albums and is a winner of the prestigious Thelonious Monk International Saxophone Competition. His latest release "where we are" features brilliant supporting musicians built around a dynamic vocalist (Gabrielle Cavassa).
Okareka Dance is one of the leading contemporary Maori (indigenous) dance companies in New Zealand. Their celebrated work Mana Wahine (Powerful Women) reflects cultural beliefs, colonial history, and the role of women, using contemporary and Maori dance and motifs in a vibrant and moving multi-media performance.
The Sphinx Virtuosi is a dynamic and inspiring self-conducted chamber orchestra entirely comprised of Black and Latinx artists, evolving and transforming the face of classical music. Their program highlights innovative music by composers of color past and present.
Deemed a vocalist of unerring instinct” by The New York Times, Grammy award-winning artist Aoife O’Donovan plays for the first time on stage with progressive bluegrass band Hawktail. O'Donovan's new album "All My Friends" is being released just eight days before the March 30 performance.
Founded in 1984 by dance icon Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, Urban Bush Women’s groundbreaking work centers women(+) and members of the African diaspora. Legacy + Lineage + Liberation is an evening of classic works that transcend genre, illuminating overlooked perspectives that contribute to our national conversation around equity and justice.
Celebrating György Ligeti's centennial, TAKT Trio presents the composer's Trio for Violin, Horn, and Piano, alongside Brahms’ own Horn Trio as well a new work by composer Hilda Paredes, reconsidering this medium for the 21st century
The seven-time Grammy award-winning Maria Schneider Orchestra has been hailed by critics as “evocative, majestic, magical, heart-stoppingly gorgeous and beyond categorization.” In 2019, the National Endowment for the Arts named Schneider an NEA Jazz Master. Schneider’s latest album, “Data Lords,” won the Grammy for Large Jazz Ensemble Album in 2021.
Celebrating 20 years of the performing arts, the Robert and Judi Newman Center for the Performing Arts is proud of our ongoing impact on the artistic life of the University of Denver and the greater metro area. Home of the Newman Center Presents series, the Lamont School of Music, DU's Theatre department and hundreds of performances by community organizations, we are proud to be a cultural hub for many. The 2023-24 Newman Center Presents season is on sale now! For individual tickets or subscription packages click here. For the season brochure, click here.