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Yo-Yo Ma, Wynton Marsalis and Philippe Entremont highlight Montage 2012-13 season

August 24, 2012

Yo-Yo Ma will hold a cello masterclass on Oct. 27 at 10 a.m.

The Montage Fine and Performing Arts 2012-13 season at Loyola University New Orleans kicks off next month. With more than 100 events, the series includes classical and jazz music concerts, opera, theatre and ballet productions and visual arts exhibits.

This year’s Montage season celebrates the centennial of Loyola University New Orleans, and the line-up includes some of the world’s most distinguished artists, including: the critically-acclaimed Tokyo String Quartet in a special farewell performance; an exclusive concert by Wynton Marsalis, featuring acclaimed saxophonist Victor Goines, BME ’84; the return of long-time Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra maestro Philippe Entremont in Beethoven’s “Triple Concerto”; the remarkable pianist Rev. Séan Duggan ’77 in J.S. Bach’s “Art of the Fugue”; and percussionist and former Loyola student Brian Blade at the 44th annual Loyola Jazz Festival.

Additionally, the series will showcase performances by major student ensembles, including the Loyola Symphony Orchestra, Concert Band and Jazz Band, among others. Multiple faculty groups will also be featured on the season, including the inaugural performance of the new Fr. James Carter, S.J., Faculty String Quartet and the premiere of Loyola’s Ignatius Saxophone Quartet.

The Loyola Opera will present two performances of Leonard Bernstein’s “Candide,” and the Department of Theatre Arts and Dance will offer a series of plays, as well as “The Money Box,” an all-new musical by Ricky Graham, Sean Patterson and Jefferson Turner ’01.

Masterclasses this season will include Wynton Marsalis, Yo-Yo Ma, Samuel Ramey, Greer Grimsley ’76, the Jerusalem String Quartet, Stephen Hough, Christopher Martin, Jose Franch-Ballester, Roberto Diaz and many others.

The Department of Art and Design will feature the work of visiting artist Mark Dion, a special “Mentors” exhibit of works by distinguished faculty and alumni, and the season-ending, highly popular Graphic Design Senior Show and Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibit.

For tickets and information about these and other events, visit montage.loyno.edu or call 504-865-2074. Free parking is available in the West Road Garage located on West Road and accessible from St. Charles Avenue.

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