Saturday - Club Hancher: Tomeka Reid Quartet
Tomeka Reid Quartet
Saturday, November 2, 6:30 and 9:00 pm
Strauss Hall in Hancher Auditorium

Jazz cellist Tomeka Reid and her quartet are brilliant, adventuresome musicians. How brilliant? Well, recently, one of the band’s members—guitarist Mary Halvorson—was named a MacArthur Genius.

Join us in the intimate, inviting Club Hancher setting for a night of exceptional jazz.

Limited tickets remain for the early performance. Call for availability – (319) 335-1160. Late show tickets are just $15 ($10 for college students and youth).

Tomeka Reid Quartet
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New! Preorder food from the Stanley Café!

Avoid the lines by making your food selections before you come to Hancher Auditorium. The Stanley Café will have staff members ready to get your order—including beverages you order when you pick up your food—fast!

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No Thursday Nights at Hancher this week

Free conversation with the Tomeka Reid Quartet
Friday, Nov. 1, 7:00 pm
Strauss Hall in Hancher Auditorium

Members of the quartet will discuss their music and careers. The event is free and no tickets are required.

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No fragrances, please

No fragrances, please.

We want everyone to be comfortable at Hancher events. Many patrons are allergic to perfumes, colognes, and other similar products. As a result, we request that you refrain from wearing scents when attending Hancher performances. Thank you!

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