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Entrepreneurs Forum featuring Hamdi Ulukaya

Entrepreneurs Forum featuring Hamdi Ulukaya:  Presented by Chobani, College of Southern Idaho and the Twin Falls Area Chamber of Commerce

Tuesday, September 16 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium

3:00pm – Refreshments by Chobani and Aramark

3:30pm – Special Guest Speaker, Hamdi Ulukaya


Attend the Entrepreneurs Forum on September 16 at the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium featuring Hamdi Ulukaya, Founder and CEO of Chobani.

 

Hamdi founded Chobani in upstate New York in 2005 and launched Chobani Greek Yogurt in 2007. In just five years, Chobani became the No. 1–selling Greek Yogurt brand in the U.S. with more than a billion dollars in annual sales – making Chobani one of the fastest-growing companies in history, including the completion of the world’s largest yogurt production facility in Twin Falls in 2012. Led by his passion to democratize better food for more people, Hamdi’s vision for Chobani has effectively transformed an entire food category.

 

Hamdi is a member of the Presidential Ambassadors for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) in which he has committed to helping develop the next generation of entrepreneurs. He was named the 2013 Ernst & Young World Entrepreneur Of The Year and also earned the Small Business Administration’s Entrepreneurial Success Award. Hamdi is a passionate philanthropist and has pledged to give 10% of profits to charity.

 

At the Entrepreneurs Forum, Hamdi will share his entrepreneurial spirit, his passion and vision of “How Matters” and Chobani’s journey of growth. Sample some of the innovative new products from Chobani and refreshments from Aramark at 3:00pm followed by Hamdi’s presentation at 3:30pm.

3:00 pm
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

CSI Stage Door 2014 2015 Season

This season pass includes tickets for all of the CSI Stage Door Series performances - Birth of a Band, Something for Everyone, Boise Film Underground, Howling in the Wind, Snakes & Snails, Tweaked, Co-Laborringing, and Moon in a Mason Jar
7:30 pm This is a Full Season Subscription. Click here for Details
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

Birth of a Band

Have you ever wondered about the machinations involved in assembling a band?  What are the circumstances that bring a particular group of musicians together?  How are decisions made with regard to repertoire and the group’s aesthetic vision?  On Thursday, September 25th the CSI Stage Door series invites you to witness the “birth of a band” as five musicians convene for the first time to discuss, rehearse and perform on the stage of the CSI Fine Arts Auditorium.  The audience will be able to watch the creative process in action as Ryan Nielsen (trumpet), Brent Jensen (saxophone), Justin Nielsen (piano), Aaron Miller (bass) and Scott Farkas (percussion) rehearse and perform original compositions.  The quintet will invite those in attendance to participate in an open discussion of the music and ask for help with naming the band.  Don’t miss this unique opportunity to be present at the inception of a collaborative quintet that combines the talents of music faculty members from CSI (Farkas, Jensen), BYU-Idaho (R. Nielsen, Miller) and the Fresco Academy (J. Nielsen).

7:30 pm
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

The Hot Sardines

Take a blustery brass lineup, layer it over a rhythm section led by a salty stride-piano virtuoso in the Fats Waller vein, and tie the whole thing together with a one-of-the-boys frontwoman with a voice from another era, and you have the Hot Sardines.  The Sardine sound – hot jazz from Prohibition-Era Bourbon Street to the cabarets of Paris  – is the kind of music Louis Armstrong, Django Reinhardt and Waller used to make: straight-up, foot-stomping jazz. (Literally – the band includes a tap dancer whose feet count as two members of the rhythm section). They manage to invoke the sounds of a near-century ago and stay resolutely in step with the current age. Even while giving voice to the history-defining jazz of the 1920’s, 30’s, and 40’s, the Hot Sardines’ vibrant performances bridge generations and captivate 21st century audiences. Vanity Fair applauds their “unique repertoire, and a sound and style that are distinctly their own,” and Forbes Magazine calls them “one of the best jazz bands in NYC today.”   

7:30 pm
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

Arts on Tour 2014 2015 Mini Subscription

A Mini Subscription for the Arts on Tour 2014-2015 Season, featuring your choice of four to six of the seven shows: The Hot Sardines, Creole Choir of Cuba, Grupo Fantasma, The Shaolin Warriors, Brian Sanders' JUNK, Masters of Soul, and Metales M5
7:30 pm This is a Bundle. Click here for Details
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

2014 2015 Arts on Tour Season Ticket

Arts on Tour 2015 2015 Season Ticket

This package includes tickets for all six of the Arts on Tour 2014-2015 performances - The Hot Sardines, Creole Choir of Cuba, Grupo Fantasma, Brian Sanders' JUNK, Masters of Soul, and Metales M5 Mexican Brass.  (Please note that the Shaolin Warriors tour has been cancelled and is no longer a part of the season.  Prices have been lowered to reflect this change)

7:30 pm This is a Full Season Subscription. Click here for Details
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

Something for Everyone

Back by popular demand, the Miller-Bangerter Piano Duo featuring CSI Professor Sue Miller and local pianist Allison Bangerter returns  with an exciting program sampling a variety of musical styles – including Classical, Pop, and Jazz.  Visit some familiar classical favorites like Rachmaninoff’s "18th Variation on a Theme by Paganini" made popular by the movie Somewhere in Time and the haunting "Prelude in C-Sharp Minor." Immerse yourself in the poignant harmonies of Brahm's "Haydn Variations" then dance away into the sunset with a pyrotechnical arrangement of Disney waltzes from Mary Poppins, Snow White and Beauty and the Beast.  But be forewarned – this is not your mother’s Disney.  Then get down with your inner kool kat at the Magic Valley premiere of jazz composer Claude Bolling’s "Sonata no. 1."  BYU-Idaho String Bass Professor Aaron Miller and CSI percussion Instructor Scott Farkas will join the 2 pianists on stage for some jazz music sure to get your toes tapping. This concert is bound to please any listener with a wide range of musical tastes.

7:30 pm
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

Creole Choir of Cuba

Prepare to be blown away: hear the passionate melodies, wild harmonies and richly textured arrangements of these ten inspiring vocalists and you will know this is something new from Cuba, the most original vocal sound to come out of the island in a long while.  The Creole Choir’s Cuban name Desandann means literally ‘descendents’ and with songs like Papa Danbala, Tandé or Liman Casimir they tell the stories of their Haitian ancestors who were brought to Cuba to work in the near slave conditions on the sugar and coffee plantations until the 1959 Revolution.  The Creole Choir is a cornucopia of remarkable voices that perform irresistible a cappella melodies sung in Creole with richly textured harmonies, vibrant dancing, and the shifting Caribbean rhythms of rediscovered musical treasures from Haiti, Dominica, and Cuba.  Multiple award winners, they sing the vital music passed down from grandparents and parents as well as the songs of some of the foremost groups of contemporary Haitian scene.  From laments to protest songs permeated by the homesickness of exile and the eternal dream of returning ‘home’, to ritual prayers and celebratory freedom dances, each song tells a powerful Haitian story kept alive in Cuba. 

7:30 pm
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

Grupo Fantasma

Grupo Fantasma has been praised as one of the most important independent acts in the Latin genre and has continually defied expectations to create one of the most unique musical voices to come out of the United States in the last decade.   In 2011 they garnered further acclaim by winning a Grammy (their second such nomination) for their self-produced release El Existential on Nat Geo Music which the Wall Street Journal called “Latin music both new and traditional…vibrant fusions that transcend easy classification.”  Grupo Fantasma has also seen a wide array of film and TV placements including AMC’s Breaking Bad, the John Sayles’ film Casa de los Babys, Showtime’s hit series Weeds, ABC’s Ugly Betty, NBC’s Law & Order and many others. They have served as the backing band on several occasions for the legendary Prince and recorded with Maceo Parker, Sheila-E, cult-hero Daniel Johnston and many others.  The band’s incendiary live show, declared by NPR as “seamless whenever and wherever they’re on stage” has brought the band to major festivals and venues internationally, and their diverse spectrum of rabid and devoted fans speaks to the ensemble’s universal appeal beyond just Latin or world music fans.  Tickets:  $24/adults or $10/children high school and under

 

"Latin funk masters." – USA Today

 

"A sound done so right that you have to hand the crown to this group."

– Huffington Post

7:30 pm
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID

Boise Film Underground

Two original films.  Two original scores.  In this Stage Door presentation, you will get a chance to see the premiere of these two films and watch the musicians play the original scores LIVE on stage.  Boise Film Underground (BFUG) is an underground film festival that brings intriguing independent and experimental films to Boise, Idaho.  You won’t want to miss this unique and exciting collaboration between BFUG and the CSI Stage Door Series. 

7:30 pm
CSI Fine Arts Auditorium Twin Falls, ID
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