WSU Performing Arts

Spring Series

Women of the World


Wednesday, March 22, 2017
7:30 p.m. @ Jones Theatre at Daggy Hall

A WSU Common Reading event

Celebrating global folk traditions from Bulgaria to Brazil and Japan to Africa, this Boston-based international a cappella quartet performs original and traditional music from around the world, with a contemporary twist.

2014 Harmony Sweepstakes National Champions
2014 Independent Music Awards Finalist

Ayumi Ueda, a Berklee College of Music alumna from Japan, created this multicultural ensemble that not only crosses boundaries musically, but is committed to the ongoing practice of peace in their daily interactions.

Ayumi joins forces with like-minded vocal artists Giorgia Renosto from Italy, Annette Philip from India, Débòrah Pierre from USA/Haiti, and percussionist Patrick Simard to manifest this vision.

Each has a strong artistic identity shaped by the culture in which she grew up; each finds endless excitement in learning and exploring the many cultures of the world.

The unique music that flows from this cross-pollination of genres, rhythms, and global sounds is borderless and spirited, carrying the undeniable message of unity.

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Presented with support from Washington State Arts Commision, WESTAF, and the National Endowment for the Arts    Presented with support from Residence Inn by Marriott Pullman


Tickets on sale now!

Reserved Seating
$18 Adults
$15 Seniors (60+)
$9 Non-WSU Students
& Youth
FREE WSU Students w/ID

Where to Get Tickets

Tickets may be purchased in advance:

  • Online at
  • By phone at 800-325-SEAT
  • At any TicketsWest outlet, including the Beasley Coliseum ticket office (open M-F 10-2)

Same-day tickets may be purchased at the venue box office beginning 2 hours before the performance, subject to availability.

Free WSU student tickets may be picked up in advance only at Beasley Coliseum with valid ID.

Group Discount

Groups of 8 or more are eligible for a discounted rate of $14/person. Call 509-335-8522 for details.

WSU Performing Arts, PO Box 642432, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-2432, 509-335-8522, Contact Us