Ballet Hispanico, which performs Oct. 11, is a world-class art troupe. For more than 40 years, the group has explored the Latino voice in modern dance.Courtesy photo
Cameron Carpenter is out to redefine how the world hears the organ. This trailblazer plays everything from J.S. Bach and Cesar Franck to original compilations with jazz and pop artists. He is scheduled to visit the Mondavi Center on April 2. Courtesy photo
Eva Yerbabuena brings flamenco dancing into the modern era on March 11. Courtesy photo
Jay Campbell makes his Mondavi Center debut on Feb. 16. The highly regarded young cellist hails from Berkeley and is studying at Juilliard. Courtesy photo
Spirit of Uganda, an ensemble of ages 8 to 18, melds song, dance and drums into the sounds of East Africa. The troupe performs on Jan. 26. Courtesy photo
The Intergalactic Nemesis Live-Action Graphic Novel is a mash-up of radio drama and comic books. Three actors voice multiple characters, while a keyboardist and Foley artist create music and sounds. This one-time show is Nov. 15. Courtesy photo

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