Cellist Theodore Buchholz, well known to Arizona Senior Academy audiences, will bring two of his friends along for an 11:30 a.m. concert on Tuesday (Feb. 28). Buchholz will collaborate with renowned guest pianist Mack McCray to perform Rachmaninoff’s Sonata for
Some of the most gorgeous works in the canon of classical music for stringed instruments have been composed expressly for the viola, but how often do you have a chance to hear them in a live recital? Mark 11:30 a.m.
Moisés Paiewonsky (trombone) and Elena Miraztchiyska (piano) will be joined by Michael Becker (trombone) and the Tucson Trombone Ensemble for a performance on Tuesday, (Jan. 17) in the Great Room of the Arizona Senior Academy. The concert, which begins at 11:30 a.m.,
The sounds of saxophone and piano will fill the room at the Arizona Senior Academy on Tuesday (Oct. 11) at 11:30 a.m., as saxophonist Derek Granger and pianist Mary Turcotte present a joint recital. The eclectic program will include Jerome
It’s kind of wonderful when a musical instrument looks like the sound it produces. Take the horn, for example. Its tone is as warm, gleaming and curvaceous as the instrument itself. At 11:30 a.m. Tuesday (Sept. 30) you can hear
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 Daniel Katzen and Michael Dauphinais return to the Arizona Senior Academy on Tuesday (Feb. 23) at 11:30 a.m. with a program of German horn and piano music by Karl Czerny, J.S.Bach, Gunther Schuller, and Max
The last time clarinetist Daniel Becker appeared at the Arizona Senior Academy as a master’s level graduate student, he won over the audience with his technical virtuosity and artistry as his fingers flew effortlessly over the clarinet. Now a doctoral
The exciting duo of Toru Tagawa on violin and Shiho Takeda on piano will appear in concert at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday (July 21) in the Arizona Senior Academy’s Great Room. They plan to perform Mozart’s “Violin Sonata in G Major,”
The Arizona Senior Academy presents another international performer in the Academy’s Great Room on Tuesday (Feb. 17). Concert pianist Geraldine Ong, native of Malaysia, will perform her program “Late Masterworks” at 11:30 a.m. Her program will open with the “Sonata
Tracing her piano training lineage all the way back to Franz Liszt, Russian born pianist Lira Makarova has been performing and teaching piano in Tucson for almost 20 years. On Tuesday (Jan. 6) at 11:30 a.m., the Arizona Senior Academy
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,
Mark Rush, violin, and Tannis Gibson, piano, return to the Arizona Senior Academy on an unusual day and time – Friday (Dec. 12) at 3:30 p.m. Their program “Viva Americana” will feature Rush and Gibson playing two “2nd Violin Sonata”
When violist Hong-Mei Xiao and pianist Tannis Gibson team up for a recital at Academy Village at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday (April 8), the audience will hear a program of early 20th Century English music composed for the viola and played
UA Music School Professors Daniel Katzen and Michael Dauphinais return to the Arizona Senior Academy at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday (Feb. 18) with a program of horn and piano music by Richard Strauss and Ferdinand Ries. Katzen has to be one
It’s not always easy to share the spotlight, but Tuesday’s midday concert (11:30 a.m. Jan. 14) at the Arizona Senior Academy features two stellar University of Arizona musicians who do just that. Their program features them alone and together in
Mezzo-soprano Kimberly Prins Moeller and pianist Woan Ching Lim will offer a mid-day performance at the Arizona Senior Academy on Tuesday (July 23) at 11:30 a.m. They will offer a varied selection of works by American and French composers beginning
With the Glorious Fourth within sight, pianist Paul Joseph Kohler celebrates with some musical fireworks at a midday recital Tuesday (July 2) at the Arizona Senior Academy at Academy Village. It’s a patriotic, all-American program that Kohler, who is currently
Violist Hong-Mei Xiao and pianist Tannis Gibson make a welcome return to the stage at Academy Village for a lunchtime concert at 11:30 a.m. Friday. (Feb. 1) Their program will include Robert Schumann’s Sonata No. 1 in A minor for
Hungarian-born Frederic Balazs, a Tucson treasure, wears many musical hats. He has devoted much of his musical life to mentoring young people and introducing the gifted musicians he meets all over the world to new audiences. He’ll do that again at the Arizona Senior Academy.
Accomplished young musicians Moises Paiewonsky, trombone, and Elena Miraztchiyska, piano, will give a concert at Academy Village on Tuesday. (Dec. 4 Both musicians are with the University of Arizona (UA) School of Music, where Paiewonsky is Associate Professor of Music
Cellist Harvey Wolfe, a member of the Cleveland Orchestra for 37 years under George Szell before retiring in 2004, will perform with pianist Dylan Marney at Academy Village on Tuesday (Nov. 27) in the Great Room of the Arizona Senior Academy.
Harry Clark and Sanda Schuldmann, a nationally acclaimed cello-piano duo, will present a concert at Academy Village Tuesday (4/10), sponsored by the Arizona Senior Academy. The concert begins at 11:30 a.m. in the Great Room of the ASA Building and