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The simple act of making a New Year’s resolution gives you a head start over those who avoid the annual tradition. Research has shown that those of us who make resolutions to lose weight, stop smoking or otherwise strive for self-improvement have greater rates of success for meeting those goals (or any goals) than people who don’t make resolutions.
Tucson Chamber Artists, Tucson Symphony Orchestra and UApresents are working together to offer the world premiere of a new oratorio by composer Stephen Paulus. The concert, Remembrance and Renewal: a Concert to Commemorate the Tenth Anniversary of Sept. 11, will be held on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 3 p.m. at Centennial Hall on the University of Arizona campus.
The Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra launches its 32nd season Sept. 25 and 26, with 14-year-old piano virtuoso George Li performing Chopin's Piano Concerto No. 1.
Dorothy Vanek, the Northwest resident who has been a leading benefactor for the performing arts, may now be called Dr. Dorothy Vanek.
Contributed photo, Dorothy Vanek, center, of Oro Valley was presented an honorary Doctorate of Performing Arts degree by College of the Ozarks in Missouri earlier this month. She received the degree from Gen. Terrence R. Dake, left, chairman of the college's board of trustees, and college President Jerry C. Davis.
Four of the top students from the 2009/10 Tucson Symphony Orchestra's Young Artists Competition perform with the symphony at the annual Celebrate the Future concert on Friday, May 7.
In commemoration of the 30-year anniversary of the founding of the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra, former conductor Alan Schultz has composed "Partita Concertant."
With an all-American theme, the Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra concludes its 2008-'09 season with concerts May 31 in SaddleBrooke and June 7 in Casas Adobes.
A piece of music composed by a Canyon Del Oro High School student is being performed May 1 by the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.