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Fall Arts: No Passport Required

San Diego Symphony’s International Passport Series offers everything from acrobatics and ballet to jazz and tango



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National Acrobats of China

September 28
The group was founded more than 60 years ago and offers audiences a show filled with unique acrobatic acts, requiring both grace and strength from the performers.

New Orleans Jazz Orchestra with Irvin Mayfield

November 23
Straight from The Big Easy, the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra strives to create an authentic jazz experience that celebrates the genre’s origins while shaping its future. Founder and bandleader Irvin Mayfield, 36, is one of the most decorated jazz musicians of his generation, boasting both Grammy and Billboard awards.

Salute to Vienna: New Year’s Concert 2015

January 1
Toast to the New Year with Salute to Vienna, which returns to the Jacobs Music Center for its 15th season. The spectacle includes excerpts from Die Fledermaus and The Merry Widow, with an assortment of waltzes and polkas presented by more than 75 performers.

Tango Buenos Aires

January 16
Celebrate Argentina’s national art form, the tango, as performers
bring the story of Eva Perón to life. Tango Buenos Aires is Argentina’s most famous dance troupe and the most authentic representative of the tango.

Russian National Ballet presents Swan Lake

February 12
During Tchaikovsky’s masterpiece, more than 50 ballet dancers perform the classic story of Odette, a princess transformed into a swan by an evil curse.

Trinity Academy of Irish Dance

March 15
On Saint Patrick’s Day weekend, the Trinity Irish Dancers will introduce their newest production, The Dawn, choreographed by founder Mark Howard. The troupe’s influences led directly to the creation of the famed Riverdance.


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