Chandler Center for the Arts introduces 'CCA Anywhere Series'

The Chandler Center for the Arts is broadcasting events on social media for people to watch from home. (Courtesy Chandler Center for the Arts)
The Chandler Center for the Arts is broadcasting events on social media for people to watch from home. (Courtesy Chandler Center for the Arts)

The Chandler Center for the Arts is broadcasting events on social media for people to watch from home. (Courtesy Chandler Center for the Arts)

The Chandler Center for the Arts has been closed since March due to the coronavirus, but now, the downtown Chandler entertainment venue is launching its "CCA Anywhere Series" to bring performances directly to the people.

The performances take place Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. on Facebook and Instagram.

"The series brings together artists who have been CCA favorites, as well as a few artists who are new to the Center and do some extraordinary things with music," read a news release.

The lineup can be found below and at https://chandlercenter.org.

Ensemble Mik Nawooj


Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 7 p.m.

With this event, presented in collaboration with Tempe Center for the Arts, experience the music from Ensemble Mik Nawooj as principals of the group talk about their process and inspirations while showing footage of live performances, according to the center.

Ensemble Mik Nawooj is led by composer and pianist JooWan Kim. EMN creates "Meta Music" by employing principles of hip-hop and classical music.

Jácome Flamenco

Thursday, May 28 at 7 p.m.

See Jácome Flamenco’s production of "DUET," filmed on the CCA's Main Stage.

North Wind

Thursday, June 4 at 7 p.m.

North Wind has recorded a performance just for the Chandler Center for the Arts. This innovative artist uses futuristic technology to create cinematic musical experiences with light and graphics. Using an instrument of his creation, North Wind manipulates sound in thin air using motions and gestures, according to the center.

Arroz con Mango

Thursday, June 11 at 7 p.m.

Listen to Arroz con Mango, a group performing cultural fusion of musical genres with Cuba at its root, according to the center. The performance was filmed on the CCA Main Stage.

Alpin Hong

Thursday, June 18 at 7 p.m.

Alpin Hong delivers a performance from his home for this event, according to the center.
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