A celebration of music and dance from across Asia with some of the best practitioners of traditional arts in Southern California.
The program will feature kulintang and gangsa flat gong ensembles from the Samahan Filipino American Performing Arts & Education Center, the Ostrich Ensemble presenting Thai classical dance and music, Japanese shakuhachi played by Alex Khalil, Mongolian horsehead fiddle played by Charlotte D’Eveyln, Lao mouth organ played by Christopher Adler, and Balinese music and dance presented by USD’s own Gamelan Gunung Mas with special guest I Nyoman Wenten.
$10 general admission; $8 seniors, USD faculty, staff and alumni; and $5 for students with valid I.D. Purchase tickets at the door or online:
Presented by the University of San Diego Music Department with the support of the USD Provost’s Office, the USD Asian Studies Program, the Center for World Music, and the Worldview Project.