2014-2016 Arts On Tour Roster


The CORE Ensemble

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Chamber music-theatre

For Whom

Age 11 and up

Fee Range

$4,000 - $5,000


Margot Emery
1320 North Palmway
Lake Worth, FL 33460

Phone: 561-582-0603
Fax: 561-586-5388
Email: margot@core-ensemble.cc


Artists and Activities

Cello, piano, and percussion make up this trio of highly skilled musicians who have traveled nationally to every region in this country and internationally to venues in Australia, Russia, Ukraine, the Caribbean, and England. This award-winning ensemble has produced many theatre works and has toured for eleven years. With the addition of an actor, the CORE Ensemble now performs unique works of chamber music theatre that are distinctly original, educational, and entertaining. Their touring pieces incorporate theatre with both traditional and original music appropriate to the story.

The CORE Ensemble’s programs are suitable for adults and college and high school students, with residencies for middle school students.

Available for Tour

  • Los Valientes

    is a music theatre work that features three renowned Latin American figures: muralist Diego Rivera, slain human rights activist Archbishop Oscar Romero of San Salvador, and Mexican-American outlaw Joaquin Murieta (the basis for the Zorro legend).

  • Tres Vidas

    combines theatre, music, and Latin culture in the telling of the lives of three extraordinary women: Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, Argentine poet Alfonsina Storni, and Salvadorean peasant-activist Rufina Amaya. 

  • Ain't I a Woman!

    celebrates the lives of four powerful African-American women: Zora Neale Hurston, Sojourner Truth, Clementine Hunter, and Fannie Lou Hamer.  Suitable for high school students, college and university students, and adults.

  • Of Ebony Embers

    explores the life and times of the Harlem Renaissance by examining the work of three poets: Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, and Countee Cullen.

  • Harvest of Voice, Cuentos de las Campas

    presents the lives of farm workers come to life in theatre and song: the struggles, challenges and triumphs of those who harvest our nation’s food.