This weekend's slate of performances at the Mondavi Center's Jackson Hall will be rescheduled or canceled.
The repair of a malfunctioning acoustic canopy that hovers over the Jackson Hall stage is the reason for the rescheduling, said Camille Spaccavento, marketing director of the Mondavi Center.
The affected shows include:
-Tonight's 8 p.m. show of Grupo Corpo
-Tomorrow's 8 p.m. show of the Academy of Ancient Music
-Sunday's 3 p.m. show of the Vienna Boys Choir
This evening's performance by the dance group Grupo Corpo, will likely be rescheduled, but the new date will not be announced until next week said Spaccavento.
Tomorrow's performance of the Academy of Ancient Music has been rescheduled to Tues. March 17 at 8 p.m. at Jackson Hall. The pre-performance lecture will begin at 7 p.m.
Sunday's Vienna Boys Choir performance has been canceled.
Patrons should hold on to their tickets and parking pass so that they can be used for the rescheduled performance.
To date, the canopy problem has already forced the rescheduling of three concerts to other campus venues
The canopy, part of the shell that helps create Jackson Hall's widely praised acoustics, became stuck in the down position last week, after the stage crew had lowered the canopy to prepare it for a March 8 concert.
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