HOW THE CORE ENSEMBLE CAN SERVE YOU
THE CORE ENSEMBLE OFFERS a full range of programming options to suit your needs. We pride ourselves on our flexibility and willingness to work with presenters. We tailor our performances to diverse venues and budgets. While our performance programs are ideally presented in a theater or music recital hall, we have worked in nearly every type of alternate space, including churches and chapels, student union ballrooms and large multipurpose rooms. Our lectures and master classes are portable and can take place in a variety of spaces.PERFORMANCE PROGRAM OPTIONS:
A complete show can be offered in the evening or an afternoon matinee.OTHER RESIDENCY PROGRAMS AND MASTER CLASSES:
Full length performances run between 1 hour 20 minutes and 2 hours in length. Shorter versions of each show are available and can be adapted to fit specific time constraints.
We also offer hosted performance excerpt programs of 45 - 60 minutes in length. These programs include verbal introduction by ensemble members and question/answer period with artists and audience at the conclusion of the program.
Choices for these programs are listed at each show page. Or here:TYPES OF VISITS:
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Single Complete Performance: (Evening or Matinee).
One Day Residency: One Full Evening Performance and up to two additional daytime Residency Program Services to be selected from our options listed for each show.
Daytime Residency: Up to Three Residency Programs to be offered during the daytime only. This can include up to two performance excerpt programs and an additional selection(s) from our other residency program offerings.
Single Daytime Excerpt Performance: Our most economical visit. We can present a single program, either hosted or in shortened continuous performance of length between 45 - 60 minutes.
Multiple Day Residencies: We offer day and/or evening programming in a community or on multiple college system campuses over multiple days.
Design Your Own Residency: We can work with you to offer service during multiple days, different timeframes within a season and also presenting more than one show in a season.