February 5, Harmoniemusik: A performance featuring music for winds, including the Arizona Wind Quintet and the Fred Fox Graduate Wind Quintet. 7pm at Holsclaw Hall, University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music.
March 26, Homenaje a Mexico: The Arizona Wind Quintet performs music by a variety of Mexican composers, celebrating the legacy of the Mexico City Wind Quintet and the music they have commissioned over the course of decades. 7pm at Holsclaw Hall, University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music.
April 6, Homenaje reprise at Exo Roast Co. 7:30pm, more info coming soon.
April 12, Homenaje a Mexico: Performance in Los Angeles, CA in collaboration with the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM-LA). 7:30pm, Barrett Hall, Pasadena Conservatory of Music.
May 25, Songs and Arias: The Borderlands Ensemble performs new music by female composers at the International Women’s Brass Conference. Includes compositions by Vivian Fine, and a world premiere by Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti. 12pm, Recital Hall, Arizona State University.
May 24, The Entrepreneurial Musician: Lecture presentation at the International Women’s Brass Conference, exploring strategies for creative project management in music. 4pm, Recital Hall, Arizona State University.
June 13, Changing and Unchanging Sound: In celebration of the exhibition Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan, The Noguchi Museum presents this program featuring Anne Lanzilotti, Johanna Lundy, and the Argus Quartet. 6:30pm, The Noguchi Museum, Astoria, NY. More info here.
July 4, NU CORNO Ensemble: The NU CORNO Ensemble is dedicated to commissioning and performing works for horn ensemble. Performance at the International Horn Symposium, 11:15am, Miry Hall, Royal Conservatory Ghent.
July 5, Get Moving: A Healthy Approach to Horn Playing: Workshop presentation sharing techniques to transform stagnant, outdated practice methods into vibrant and dynamic ones. At the International Horn Symposium, 11:15am, Miry Cafe, Royal Conservatory Ghent. More info here.
August 14, Arizona Friends of Chamber Music: The Arizona Wind Quintet performs on the long-time Tucson chamber music series. 7pm, Holsclaw Hall, University of Arizona. More information and tickets here.
July 18, Arizona Friends of Chamber Music, 7pm at Holsclaw Hall, Fred Fox School of Music, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Tickets available at arizonachambermusic.org
July 26, CD Release Party, “Canyon Songs: Art, Nature, Devotion,” from 6-8pm at Saint Charles Tavern, Tucson, AZ. Light snacks provided, cash bar. Locally owned and operated, Saint Charles Tavern is at the NW corner of 27th Street and 4th Ave in South Tucson. Free parking in surface lot or on surrounding streets. This free event is open to all (over age 21). RSVP requested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
August 2, “Love New Music” Lecture at the International Horn Symposium, exploring strategies to approach, practice, and perform contemporary solo music. 4pm at the Forum Room, Ball State University School of Music, Muncie, IN. More info at ihs50.org
August 4, “From Sea to Wind” at the International Horn Symposium. Live performance with video at 10am, Sursa Hall, Ball State University School of Music, Muncie, IN. More info at ihs50.org
September 4, “From Sea to Wind: Original Short Films with Solo Horn,” part of the Faculty Recital Series. 7:30pm at Crowder Hall, Fred Fox School of Music, University of Arizona. Free Admission.
September 12, Guest Artist Recital, “From Sea to Wind: Original Short Films with Solo Horn,” at Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Oberlin, OH. 8pm at Kulas Recital Hall.
June 7: Summer Social at Hotel Congress in downtown Tucson. A collaboration with the UA Poetry Center.
Thursday, August 3: Pop-up Chamber Concert at Borderlands Brewing Company. This concert features chamber music for horn and strings, including music by Mozart, Bach, Dohnanyi, and local composers.
Saturday, August 5 at the Phoenix Art Museum, part of the Downtown Chamber Series
Tuesday, August 8: Nature and Devotion at the Arizona Senior Academy in Vail, AZ
Wednesday, August 9 at the Phoenix Art Museum, part of the Downtown Chamber Series
Saturday & Sunday, August 12 & 13: Hot Music! at the Phoenix Art Museum, part of the Discount Tire Free Family Weekend
Visual Art Collaboration Premiere Weekend in Tucson
- Thursday, August 31: Art + Nature +Devotion at MOCA Tucson, located at 265 S. Church Ave, just north of Cushing Street. The premiere performance of the visual art collaborations/solo horn project!
- Saturday, September 2: Sound and Images at The Loft Cinema, at 3233 E. Speedway Blvd. Solo horn with visual art projections on a big movie screen!
- Sunday, September 3: St. Charles Anniversary Concert at Tucson’s best bar on the south side, St. Charles Tavern at 1632 S. 4th Street. Solo horn, visual art projections and chamber music on the patio.
September 8 & 9: Grand Canyon Music Festival – Two different programs exploring themes of art, nature, and devotion, held at the Shrine of the Ages. The programs include visual art projections and solo material, chamber music, and other guest performers.
Sunday, June 28 at Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – St. Andrew’s Bach Society Recital
Multiple artists perform solo works by J.S. Bach. Transcription for horn of the Flute Partita in a minor, BWV 1013.
August 2-8 in Los Angeles, CA – International Horn Symposium
Solo performance as a contributing artist, including J.S. Bach’s Partita in a minor and Esa-Pekka Saolnen’s Concert Etude.
Sunday, August 30 at Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church – St. Andrew’s Bach Society Recital
Concert featuring J.S. Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto no. 1, BWV 1046.