Save on Duke Arts Presents 2023-24 Performances
Duke staff and faculty receive 15% off tickets
Opening Week between Sept. 6 and Sept. 10 includes 2024 National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master Terence Blanchard in Page Auditorium, a tribute to Erykah Badu by singer José James, a farewell concert from Emerson String Quartet and more.
Other season highlights include three classical music series, and a two-night celebration of the life and music of Yusuf Salim featuring performances by 2024 NEA Jazz Master saxophonist and educator Gary Bartz, multi-GRAMMY-nominated vocalist Nnenna Freelon, international jazz singer Eve Cornelious, New York-based composer and bassist Rachiim Ausar-Sahu and GRAMMY-winning pianist Chip Crawford and more.
In January 2024, dance and theater company Lost Dog will perform “Juliet and Romeo,” a comedic reimagining of the subjects of Shakespeare’s play had they lived.
Pioneering Black choreographer Dianne McIntyre brings a new work, “In the Same Tongue,” to the stage on Feb. 16 and Feb. 17, using poems by Ntozake Shange and a live jazz quartet to explore the deep rivers of communication in Black American history and culture.
The season ends in April with a jazz weekend headlined by legendary saxophonist Joshua Redman.
How to receive the discount
After selecting a show on the Duke Arts Presents calendar, Duke faculty and staff can access the discount by logging in with their NetID at checkout.
Check out the schedule and find more information on how to purchase tickets here.