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                          Announces Changes in 2020/2021 Season for
                               Regional Arts Classical Concert Series
                                           and Kravis On Broadway

           (West Palm Beach, FL – August 25, 2020)  The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is announcing the cancellation and rescheduling of previously announced performances in two of the multi-show series for the upcoming 2020/2021 season.

                               Regional Arts Classical Concert Series
                   The following shows have canceled their tours and

                                           will not be performing:   


                                                 MUSIC “At Eight”

                         China Philharmonic Orchestra (November 15)

                         George Li, Piano (December 9)

                         Renée Fleming (January 3)

                         Cleveland Orchestra (January 28)

                         Buffalo Philharmonic (March 22);

                                                MUSIC “At Two”

                       Internationale Bach Stuttgart (Nov. 22) 

                       Moscow State Symphony Orchestra (January 18).   

                                             Kravis On Broadway
          Jimmy Buffet’s Escape to Margaritaville has been rescheduled from December 15-20 to January 5-10.

The tour of My Fair Lady, originally scheduled for January 5-10, has been cancelled.

          Ticketholders to canceled performances have the option of receiving a refund back to their original method of payment, or donating their tickets to the Kravis Center as a tax-deductible gift to support the Center through these challenging times or to receive a non-expiring gift certificate for a future purchase.

          To stay up to date on all upcoming Kravis Center performances,  visit the Center’s official website www.kravis.org.   

​                                                  Symphony of the Americas
Maestro James Brooks-Bruzzese, Conductor
Yuiko Kajiya and Jared Matthews, Dancers




       "Wedding Pas de Duex from Sleeping Beauty" by P. I. Tchaikovsky
Sleeping Beauty is based on a famous fairy tail by Charles Perrault. The ballet opens with the Dancing Stars and Magical Little Fairies who bring in the Lilac Fairy to guide the Prince (Prince Désiré) to find Sleeping Beauty (Princess Aurora) who has been in an enchanted sleep for a hundred years and awakens her with a kiss.

        The wedding of Prince Désiré and Princess Aurora takes place on the esplanade of King Florestan's palace. The earliest version of the Sleeping Beauty story dates back to the mid 1300's.
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