- Your Voice
Bring a lawn chair and listen to the Music on the Mountain Summer Concert Series with this week’s band Bob Meighan and the Dreadnutts featuring Peter McLaughlin Saturday, June 15.
May 4, 2005 - Most people are more apt to associate Marana with cowboy poets than with Japanese drummers.
Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance presents another in the series of free concerts with their holiday vocal program featuring Desert Melodies, performing your favorite pop, jazz and easy listening music standards from the 20's thru today, located in the Century Theatres courtyard at Oro Valley Marketplace. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own chairs to enjoy the concert.
Dove of Peace Lutheran Church’s popular free series of classical music concerts, now in its 10th-anniversary season, presents the fourth installment of a multi-year project in which Beethoven’s 32 piano sonatas will be performed, on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. Each year, an early, middle, and late period sonata will be performed by the area’s top-emerging piano artists. As with all of Dove’s concerts, admission is free, although a free-will offering will be taken in support of Emerge! Center Against Domestic Violence.
The St. Andrew's Bach Society Summer Concert Series presents its grand finale, the solo recital debut of Kim Toscano, percussionist and Tucson Symphony Orchestra principal timpanist.
Picture lying in a park, the ones you care about surrounding you, wonderful music filling the air as you eat your evening meal. Now, realize you can do this come the end of this month.
Courtesy of the Bryan Dean Trio, The Bryan Dean Trio, a fixture in the Tucson music scene for the past 20 years, will kick off the Greater Oro Valley Arts Council's concert series at Riverfront Park on Feb. 28.
Annon & The Late Show performs Thursday, July 10 at 6 p.m. at Oro Valley Marketplace in the Century Theatres Courtyard (outdoor courtyard between Harvest Moon & San Carlos Grill). Admission is free.
Main Gate Square's Friday Night Live! Jazz Summer Concert Series will kick-off April 4 in Geronimo Plaza on alternating Fridays at 7 p.m. through August 27. University of Arizona Jazz Ensemble will kick-off this year's series.
Artur Penha Soares will be performing November 30, through December 2, 2012 (Friday. 7-PM; Saturday, Sunday. 4-6PM) at the Christ Community Church Worship Center.
Tohono Chul Park begins its fall concert series this Thursday, Sept. 17, when Rodney Glassman and Jeff Haskell entertain in The Performance Garden.
Photo courtesy of Tohono Chul Park, Michael Heralda shares Aztec stories at the park on Oct. 29.
Photo courtesy of Tohono Chul Park, Members of the group Ananeah play a "downright explosive" fusion of music. They're at Tohono Chul Park on Thursday, Oct. 1.
courtesy of RA Sushi, Chefs from RA Sushi will demonstrate the preparation of the restaurant’s yellow monkey roll during a musical concert at the La Encantada shopping center on Saturday, July 26.
Explorer file photo, From the time it opened, the La Encantada shopping center has used its courtyard to showcase local music groups. Pictured is Mariachi Tierra del Sol performing at the shopping center’s opening in 2003.
It’s not every day that members of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra show up in the Northwest and give free performances. But it does happen several times a year.
If you wish to spend time outdoors in the dead of a Tucson summer, you had better choose your outing carefully.
Beriyeva sisters play duo piano concert Thursday
Dennis Grannan, Associate Director of Music at Catalina United Methodist Church in Tucson, will present a special concert on Friday, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m. in the church sanctuary, 2700 E. Speedway Blvd. The concert is part of the Catalina Organ Festival, a year-long series of concerts, recitals, and other events.
Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance and Town of Marana present free live music featuring a variety of genres at Crossroads at Silverbell Park, May to October.
The first Saturday of every month means music. The Marana Concerts in the Park began the first week in May and will continue into October at Crossroads at Silverbell Park.
The Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s Just for Kids Series for the 2011-12 season will open Saturday, Oct. 1, with a total of three concerts.
For the first time, one of the more popular Foothills activities in the summer is free to attend.
“Outside of the Bachs” will provide the Tucson Symphony Orchestra MasterWorks audience with a wide-ranging listening experience from the amazing J.S. Bach, as well as that of other composers’ music based upon his works. A challenge is made to the supposed “orderliness” of classical music.