Gustavo Dudamel's residency will launch with a public conversation between Maestro Dudamel and musicologist and Princeton alumnus Don Michael Randel. The pair will discuss the relationship between art, education, and social change in Latin America and beyond—a theme at the heart of Maestro Dudamel’s residency.
Dr. Randel was the Chair of the Board of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and has previously served as the president of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the University of Chicago, among other prestigious positions.
This conversation will be followed by a musical celebration at 9PM with venerated Afro-Venezuelan folk music singer Betsayda Machado.
The Opening Residency Celebration is FREE, but tickets are required. All tickets to this event have been reserved; however, there are still opportunities to obtain tickets on the night of the performance: free tickets that are not used by 7:50PM will be released back to the public and any returned tickets will be released at the box office at Richardson Auditorium. To attend this event, please come to Richardson Auditorium anytime after 6pm on December 1.
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