Duke Arts

the 2024–25 Season

The upcoming season features more than 40 programs from around the globe. Highlights include performances by Roy Wood Jr. & Jordan Klepper, Taj Mahal, Jackson Browne, Adrianne Lenker, Yaa! Samar Dance Theater, Kodo and more!

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2024–25 Duke Arts Presents Season

As Water Falls

As Water Falls

September 3 – September 16

This large-scale installation piece is a virtual interactive waterfall from Montreal-based digital art studio Iregular. AS WATER FALLS interacts with photo flashlights, allowing audiences to interact and manipulate the piece.

Conjunto Breve

Conjunto Breve

Wednesday, September 4 at 6:30pm

Multinational salsa band Conjunto Breve was founded by percussionist Brevan Hampden in 2012. Members of the band come from all corners of the Americas, including Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and the United States.

Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper

Roy Wood Jr. and Jordan Klepper

Thursday, September 5 at 7:30pm

With careers spent covering politics for “The Daily Show,” audiences can expect “charismatic crankiness” (Entertainment Weekly) and political satire. This event will be a stand-up good time.

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Tesla Quartet

Tesla Quartet

Saturday, September 7 at 7:30pm

The Tesla String Quartet is acclaimed for their superb capacity to find the inner heart of everything they play, regardless of era, style, or technical demand” (The International Review of Music).

In the Wake of Progress

In the Wake of Progress

Thursday, September 26 at 5:00pm

Three large-scale LED screens visible from Duke’s East Campus show the deeply moving and intentionally overwhelming 22-minute experience of “In the Wake of Progress,” a story of human industry’s impact on the Earth.

tap dancer with white shirt, gray pants, and white shoes on white background

Rooted: Ayodele Casel

September 27 – September 28

“Extraordinary,” “astonishing,” “a tap dancer of unquestionable radiance” are just some of the many ways that The New York Times has described Ayodele Casel over the past five years.

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Vesna Duo

Vesna Duo

Sunday, October 6 at 7:00pm

Celebrated for their unique interpretations of original and transcribed works for piano and percussion, the Vesna Duo is ‘smashingly effective’ (Wall Street Journal).

Music in the Gardens: Country Soul Songbook Edition

2024 Lineup

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