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
Popular perfomers Diana Schaible, flute, and Meily Mendez, piano, return on June 13 to demonstrate the intimate relationship between dance and music. Two Pieces for Flute and Piano by Paquito D’Rivera (arranged by Marco Rizo) are titled after dances and
Perennial favorites Brian Luce and Rex Woods will make another visit to the Arizona Senior Academy’s Great Room at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday (June 14). This time they promise an all-French program featuring “Sonatine for Flute and Piano” by Dutilieux; “Jeux”
University of Arizona Professors Brian Luce, flute, and Rex Woods, piano, will present a concert on Tuesday (Dec. 16) at 11:30 a.m. in conjunction with the series of lectures currently being presented by their colleague Daniel Asia, professor of composition,
On Tuesday (July 15), virtuoso flutist Mindi Acosta comes to the Academy to offer a varied program. The concert begins at 11:30 a.m. In addition to Acosta’s solo performances, bassoonist Juan José Arévalo will collaborate with her in Villa-Lobos’ “Bachianas
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.
Gabriel Navia and Diana Schaible will bring their guitar and flute duo to the Great Room of the Arizona Senior Academy at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday (June 4). A varied program will be offered, beginning with the music of Franz Schubert
Classically trained flutist Andrea Matthews fell in love with the Native American flute while touring the Southwest. Her ASA concert will be followed by a workshop for those wishing to know more about the instrument.
When flutist Merrie Siegel steps onto the Academy Village stage next Tuesday and begins to play the rollicking Venezuelan “Hibiee-Jibiees” by Marco Granados, the audience is in for an exciting hour of music many may never have heard before. A