Skyline Flutes, Southern Arizona’s only professional flute quartet, will return to the Senior Academy at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday (June 26) with a program entitled “Music of the Americas.” This year they’re offering a wide range of selections—from jazz to dance
Think of two instruments whose sounds evoke heavenly effervescence – did flute and harp come to mind? These instruments have been used to provide orchestral color in so many styles of music, playing delicate melodies as well as flourishes of
Skyline Flutes is a Tucson-based ensemble of four musicians who perform on flute, piccolo, and alto and bass flutes. The members of the ensemble are Gerard Ervin, Christine Harper, Fran Moskovitz and Sandra Schwoebel. Formed in 2008, the group offers concerts as
The “Two Christines” bring their flute-harp duo to the Arizona Senior Academy on Tuesday (June 17) at 11:30 a.m., performing works by Ravel, Debussy and Piazzolla, along with lesser known composers Vittorio Monti, Joachim Andersen, Jacques Casterede and Benjamin Godard.