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Concerts in Tucson and Beyond

Concerts in Tucson and Beyond

 

August 2017

My concert schedule is set for the summer! Here are the concerts taking place in the Tucson area:

Thursday, August 3: Pop-up Chamber Concert

6-8pm at Borderlands Brewing Company. Ellen and Rob Chamberlain, Sarah Toy and Ann Weaver will join me to play chamber music for horn and strings, including pieces by Mozart, Bach, Dohnanyi, and local composers. Kebabeque food truck will be there, so come enjoy a beer, some Indian food, and a concert!

Tuesday, August 8: Nature and Devotion

11:30am at the Arizona Senior Academy near Vail, AZ. A shorter version of the Borderlands event, this concert will feature solo horn pieces and chamber music with strings.

Visual Art Collaboration Premiere Weekend – this weekend will feature the main performances for my solo project, including art projections!

  • Thursday, August 31Art + Nature + Devotion – Doors open at 6:30pm, event begins at 7pm at MOCA Tucson, located at 265 S. Church Ave, just north of Cushing Street. This is the premiere performance of the visual art collaborations and the solo horn project!! Tickets are $10, available here, which also includes entry to the museum. Parking is available on-street, at TCC lot A, or at the La Placita Garage.
  • Saturday, September 2: Sound and Images – 6pm at The Loft Cinema, at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. Come see the art projections on a big movie screen! Popcorn, snacks, pizza, beer and wine for sale at the venue. This will be a shorter concert, around 45 minutes. $5 suggested donation. FREE entry for students and kids!
  • Sunday, September 3: St. Charles Anniversary Concert – Performance starts at 8pm. Come down to the south side to enjoy Tuscon’s best bar, St. Charles Tavern at 1632 S. 4th Street as we celebrate their 2nd anniversary. The concert will include the visual projections and other antics outside on the patio. Parking is free, in their lot or on surrounding streets.

And if you feel like swinging by the Grand Canyon in early September, there will be two concerts on the South Rim:

September 8 and 9 at the Grand Canyon Music Festival – Two different programs exploring themes of art, nature, and devotion, held at the Shrine of the Ages at 7:30pm, both nights. The programs will include some of the visual art projections and solo material, plus chamber music and other guest performers. Tickets are $15, available here.

 

Finally, my crowdfunding website is live, so if you are interested in contributing to the project, please click here. There are fun rewards for all the levels, including a copy of my solo album, t-shirts, free tickets to the MOCA event, wearable art and even a VIP dinner.

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