The Shape of Jazz to Come

The Ornette Coleman Quartet is coming to the Bass Concert Hall

The Shape of Jazz to Come

UT’s Texas Performing Arts recently emptied OTR’s wallet with a rare date with Neil Young and has now upped the ante with the announcement of its 2010-11 season. Highlights include the Ornette Coleman Quartet in November and, as part of next year’s Fusebox Festival, Bang on a Can All-Stars with Wilco’s Glenn Kotchke. View the full schedule after the jump.

Jean Piché, composer, video artist
September 9, McCullough Theatre

Punch Brothers with Chris Thile; Loudon Wainwright III
September 10, Bass Concert Hall

Operación Clown; Cállate (Shut Up!)
September 15-16 2010, McCullough Theatre

The Last Cargo Cult (Texas Premiere)
September 21-22, McCullough Theatre

Delfos Danza Contemporánea
September 23, Bass Concert Hall

The University of Texas Wind Ensemble
September 26, Bass Concert Hall

Jordi Savall, Hespèrion XXI; La Capella Reial de Catalunya; Tembembe Ensamble Continuo
October 3, Bates Recital Hall

The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields with Jonathan Biss, piano
October 22, Bass Concert Hall

Luciana Souza Trio
October 25, Hogg Memorial Auditorium

Cyro Baptista; Villa-Lobos / Vira Loucos
October 26, Hogg Memorial Auditorium

MOMIX: Botanica
October 28-29, Bass Concert Hall

LA Theatre Works presents The Real Dr. Strangelove: Edward Teller and the Battle for the H-Bomb
November 9, Hogg Memorial Auditorium

Ornette Coleman Quartet
November 18, Bass Concert Hall

The Klezmatics with special guest Richard Stoltzman
November 30, Bass Concert Hall

An Evening with Michael Pollan
December 10, Bass Concert Hall

The Parker Quartet
January 20, McCullough Theatre

Bang on a Can All-Stars with special guest Glenn Kotche
January 26, Bass Concert Hall

Reduced Shakespeare Company, The Complete World of Sports (abridged)
January 29, B. Iden Payne Theatre

Emanuel Ax, piano
February 10, Bates Recital Hall

National Theatre of Scotland, Black Watch
February 16-20, Bass Concert Hall Stage

Miró Quartet with Colin Currie
February 22, Bates Recital Hall

Merce Cunningham: The Legacy Tour
March 8, Bass Concert Hall

Nathan Gunn &Julie Gunn
March 9, Bates Recital Hall
eighth blackbird: Slide
Texas Premiere by Rinde Eckert and Steve Mackey
March 23, McCullough Theatre

San Francisco Jazz Collective
March 24, Bass Concert Hall

The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma
March 28, Bass Concert Hall

Festival of Children’s Voices
April 10, Bass Concert Hall

Sergio and Odair Assad; De Volta As Raizes (Back To Our Roots)
April 13, Hogg Memorial Auditorium

2011 Longhorn Jazz Festival
April 16, Bates Recital Hall

Yosvany Terry; Ye-dé-gbé and the Afro-Caribbean Legacy
April 29, Hogg Memorial Auditorium

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