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UA arts presenter announces season lineup

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The University of Arizona has announced the upcoming season lineup for its professional performing arts presenter, UApresents.

The presenter that brings the world's finest classical, jazz, dance and world music events to Southern Arizona each year will kick off its 2013-2014 season on September 7, according to a news release.     

Family programming will feature The Zoppé Family Circus, animal expert Jungle Jack Hanna, and Cesar Millan, host of National Geographic's "Dog Whisperer" series.

UApresents will host three school matinee performances at Centennial Hall this season for K-12 students and schools for $6 per student. UApresents' Education and outreach programs reach more than 15,000 in Tucson each year.

Performances are held in Centennial Hall, Crowder Hall, Stevie Eller Dance Theatre, Fox Tucson Theatre downtown, the lobby bar of Tucson's Hotel Congress and the Rialto Theatre.

UApresents offers senior, military and group discounts, and will continue to allocate $15 student tickets and $20 UA faculty and staff tickets for all performances. 

Current subscribers can purchase tickets beginning May 2. New subscription sales begin on May 20; individual ticket sales begin on June 10.

For more information, visit: www.uapresents.org.

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