Seven Days of Opening Nights tickets still available
Tickets are still available for many events during the 12th season of Florida State University's Seven Days of Opening Nights, February 12-22, showcasing FSU's commitment to the arts through performances in music, theatre, dance, visual art, film and literature.
This year's performers range from the world-blues of Taj Mahal to the hip-hop dance of Rennie Harris Puremovement, from the edgy theater of Mike Daisey to the crowd-pleasing sound of the Vienna Choir Boys. These world-class artists regularly host master-classes with FSU students and perform educational-outreach programs in Leon County Schools. Student tickets to all performances are just $10.
"Seven Days of Opening Nights is much more than a string of great performances," explains Sally McRorie, dean of the College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance. "It engages our students, faculty, community, and beyond with quality arts and artists. That culture of achievement is what a truly great university provides."
On the Seven Days of Opening Nights 2010 schedule:
Tickets are available online at www.tickets.fsu.edu, by calling the Ticket Office at 850-644-6500, or visiting the Ticket Office in the Fine Arts Building on the corner of Call and Copeland Streets.
For more information, see www.sevendaysfestival.org.
"[Seven Days of Opening Nights] engages our students, faculty, community, and beyond with quality arts and artists. That culture of achievement is what a truly great university provides."
Dean, Florida State University College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance