Naperville, Ill., Jan. 2, 2020 – Russian National Ballet, Art Davis, The Subdudes, and Vintage Trouble are just some of the many featured artists in the midseason preview of North Central College’s 2019-2020 Fine and Performing Arts calendar of events.
“Once again, we’re bringing an incredible lineup for the fine and performing arts midseason at North Central College,” said Director of Fine Arts Brian Lynch. “Through our fine and performing artists, we provide our community members with a cultural experience that’s second to none. Haven’t heard one of our artists? Try them and see! We promise you won’t be disappointed.”
Throughout the rest of the fine and performing arts season, audiences can hear The Greatest Love of All: A Tribute to Whitney Houston starring Belinda Davids (not affiliated with the Estate of Whitney Houston), or re-imagine The Beatles from the musical stylings of Beckie Menzie and Tom Michael. Returning to North Central’s venues are the familiar faces of Jim Peterik, Velvet Caravan and The Four C Notes. Student and faculty musicians, actors and artists will be featured in numerous North Central College events you will not want to miss, and recently announced Vintage Trouble will close the season at Pfeiffer Hall on May 1.
To purchase a season subscription, call 630-637-SHOW (7469) or stop by the Box Office located in the Wentz Concert Hall & Fine Arts Center at 171 E. Chicago Ave.
North Central College’s 2019-2020 fine and performing arts midseason presents the following shows:
• Jan. 10: “An Evening with Jazz Trumpeter Art Davis”
• Jan. 19: Chicago Sinfonietta’s “Annual Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”
• Jan. 25: Jim Peterik’s World Stage
• Jan. 31: “An Evening with Jazz Bassist Kelly Sill and Drummer Jack Mouse”
• Feb. 8: Russian National Ballet’s “Cinderella”
• Feb. 14: “An Evening with Jazz Vocalist Janice Borla”
• Feb. 16: “The Greatest Love of All: A Tribute to Whitney Houston starring Belinda Davids” (Not affiliated with the Estate of Whitney Houston)
• Feb. 28: “An Evening with the North Central College Big Band”
• Feb. 29: ArtsPower’s “Chicken Dance”
• March 1: Velvet Caravan
• March 14: The Subdudes
• April 4: Theatreworks USA’s “Rosie Revere, Engineer”
• April 5: Marianne Murphy Orland: “From Rags to Rhinestones: The Life and Music of Dolly Parton”
• April 17: “An Evening with Jazz Trombonist Tim Coffman”
• April 18: The Four C Notes
• May 1: Vintage Trouble
• May 17: Beckie Menzie and Tom Michael “re-Imagine The Beatles”
Performance information is subject to change; visit northcentralcollege.edu/show throughout the rest of the season for updates.
North Central College’s 2019-2020 Fine and Performing Arts Season is partially supported by the following sponsors and partners: City of Naperville Special Events and Cultural Amenities Fund; Illinois Arts Council Agency; BMO Harris Bank; Advanced Data Technologies; Avenida Naperville; Blooming Color; Chef By Request; Elements at Water Street; Naperville Magazine; Nicor Gas; Savant Capital Management; Catch 35; Dommermuth, Cobine, West, Gensler, Philipchuck and Corrigan, Ltd.; DuPage Foundation; Hotel Indigo Naperville Riverwalk; Hugo’s Frog Bar & Fish House; Marquette Companies; Monarch Landing; The Morton Arboretum; Naperville Development Partnership; Pinot’s Palette; and Shakou Restaurants.