Click on the image above to watch a 2-minute video introduction to our 2019-2020 season!

Season tickets on sale now

Three reasons to buy season tickets:

  • Get priority seating now before single-ticket buyers if you purchase your subscription on or before June 30, 2019.
  • Lock in your reserved seat for all three concerts and keep it each year as long as you renew by the renewal deadline.
  • Price discount over single tickets and no service fees.

How to order your season tickets:

Call (541) 833-3066, extension 1

Box office hours are M-F from 1:00-4:00, but you can leave a message any time and we’ll get back to you within 24 hours.


Please write to
tickets@animamundiproductions.com
with questions.

Note:

  • Single tickets (tickets to just one concert) will go on sale July 1, 2019.
  • All concerts take place in the SOU Music Recital Hall
    450 S. Mountain Ave, Ashland, Oregon
  • If you’d like to download, print, and mail in a paper order form, please click here

Peace Through Music:

The Malek Jandali Trio

Sunday, October 6, 2019 at 3:00
SOU Music Recital Hall, Ashland

Malek Jandali, an award-winning composer and “acclaimed pianist” (BBC WorldNews), presents an evening of original compositions inspired by the musical heritage of his native Syria. Mr. Jandali has performed with major orchestras across the world and composed for the Royal Philharmonic, the Cairo Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony, and others. His music was described as “a major new addition to the 21st century symphonic literature” by Fanfare Magazine, and as featuring “heart-rending melodies, lush orchestration, clever transitions and creative textures” by American Record Guide. Mr. Jandali’s compositions incorporate ancient melodies from Aleppo, Damascus, and other stops on the Silk Road, echoing UNESCO’s call to preserve and protect the rich cultural heritage of Syria and the Silk Road at a time when it is being eradicated.

The Malek Jandali Trio comprises Mr. Jandali on piano, joined by Oregon’s own Michal Palzewicz on cello and David Rogers on oud, the Middle Eastern ancestor of the lute.

Mr. Jandali is the founder of Pianos for Peace, an annual open festival of music using pianos beautifully painted by local artists placed in public spaces for all to play and enjoy in order to unite people in the community. Anima Mundi Productions is proud to collaborate with Mr. Jandali to bring Pianos for Peace to Ashland in the weeks preceding his October 6 concert.

Learn more at about Anima Mundi Productions’ collaborative work with Mr. Jandali to bring Pianos for Peace to Ashland HERE.

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This concert is supported in part by a grant from the Jackson County Cultural Coalition funded by the Oregon Cultural Trust, investing in Oregon’s arts, humanities, and heritage.

Pianos for Peace Ashland is generously sponsored by Bill and Sarah Epstein.


With Malice Toward None,
With Charity For All:

Baritone Christòpheren Nomura with pianists Daniel Lockert and Jodi French

Sunday, January 12, 2020 at 3:00
SOU Music Recital Hall, Ashland

Join baritone Christòpheren Nomura—a longtime Rogue Valley favorite—for an unforgettable recital of classical and popular works that explore the pressing topic of healing the wounds of war and restoring compassion. Repertoire will include the world premiere of new works by Jodi French and Anima Mundi resident artists Ethan Gans-Morse and Tiziana DellaRovere. Known for the “force and beauty of his voice” (The Washington Post) and “first-rate” performances (The New York Times), as well as his personal charm, Mr. Nomura will take audiences on a healing journey through song.

Christòpheren Nomura has performed with many of the world’s greatest ensembles, including the Boston Symphony, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the San Francisco Symphony, and his recitals include Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, and San Francisco Performances. He was in the original Broadway cast of Allegiance and appeared in the Martin Scorsese feature film version of Madama Butterfly and the Vatican “Jubilee” performance of Bernstein’s Mass.

"Autumn Elegy: A Curse On Geographers " by Stefania De Kenessey

by Christòpheren Nomura, Baritone | Never Broken

All of our Heart of Humanity concerts are supported the Oregon Arts Commission.


Dreams Have No Borders

The WORLD PREMIERE performance of the newest work by composer Ethan Gans-Morse and poet Tiziana DellaRovere

Featuring Grammy-winning soprano Estelí Gomez, Mezzo-Soprano Cecilia Duarte, and the Delgani String Quartet

Sunday, April 26, 2020 at 3:00
SOU Music Recital Hall, Ashland

Join us for a very special evening: the world premiere of Dreams Have No Borders, a new narrative song cycle about immigration by our resident composer/poet team, Ethan Gans-Morse and Tiziana DellaRovere, based on real-life stories of Oregon’s migrant families.

Featuring Grammy-winning soprano Estelí Gomez, (praised for her “clear, bright voice” by The New York Times), mezzo soprano Cecilia Duarte (critically acclaimed for her “robust” and “creamy” voice by The New York Times and others), and the Delgani String Quartet (called “the state’s finest chamber ensemble” by Oregon Arts Watch), Dreams Have No Borders follows a young mother’s harrowing journey to create a better life for herself and her family.

Combining stirring music and richly narrative poetry with artwork by Latino artists, Dreams Have No Borders will surprise you, touch your heart, and lift your spirit.

This project is the product of a year-long process of interviewing Oregon migrants and developing relationships with the many community service organizations that advocate on their behalf.

Artwork by Poli Marichal. Used by permission.

"Uniting" from "Songs of the Soul" by Robert Kyr

by Esteli Gomez, Soprano | Conspirare: "The Cloud of Unknowing"

"Gloria"

by Cecilia Duarte, Mezzo | Glenn McClure: A Caribbean Mass

This concert is supported by the Oregon Cultural Trust.


All soloists and repertoire subject to change without notice


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Additional support comes from the Oregon Arts Commission.