- Your Voice
Strike up the band! Multi-platinum-selling, two-time Emmy and five-time Grammy Award-nominated, pianist and vocalist Michael Feinstein returns to Tucson on Sunday March 9 at 7 p.m. at Centennial Hall
Stars from America's leading opera houses and recital venues will perform works by Debussy, Ravel, Berlioz, Poulenc and others, plus a concert performance of "The Damnation of Faust" and a ballet presentation of "Carmen." The lectures, master classes and recitals, hosted by the UA School of Music adn our guest performers, bring a depth and breadth to the festival.
UAPresents welcomes back the Zoppe Family Circus. The family patriarch Giovanni Zoppe as Nino the clown takes the audience on a journey that features acrobatic, equestrian showmanship, canine capers, clowning and plenty of audience participation, at Reid Park.
A look into this week's events and happenings.
Broadway in Tucson and UAPresents welcome the two-time Tony Award® winning hit musical AMERICAN IDIOT about three lifelong friends forced to choose between their dreams and the safety of suburbia, based on Green Day's Grammy® Award-winning multi-platinum album, at UA Centennial Hall. Recommended for ages 14+
UApresents and the Rialto Theatre present an all-ages concert featuring the only bhangra brass band in North America. Conceived by Sunny Jain, the group has drawn worldwide praise for its singular sound-a merging of hard-driving North Indian bhangra rhythms with elements of jazz, go-go, brass funk and hip-hop.
UAPresents welcomes Melissa Etheridge, known for her mixture of confessional lyrics, pop-based folk-rock and raspy, smoky vocals, at UA Centennial Hall.
Several themes are evident in the newly announced UApresents 2013-2014 season, with more shows being offered in the Tucson community and many presentations geared toward young adults and families.
Tucson will be the location for a live taping of “From the Top with Christopher O’Riley” on Feb. 17 at the UA Centennial Hall.
Every year, the Centennial Hall patio comes alive with interactive arts and science activities, live entertainment and community resources for children and families. Spend the afternoon:
It’s jam-packed with fun, and it’s all free! Don’t miss the Harold and the Purple Crayon performance after the festival at 4 p.m. in Centennial Hall (ticket required)!
Broadway-Style Holiday Show Spreads Spirit across Tucson with 2 venues, 4
As 2011 winds down to an end, activities are cranked up to their fullest. The holidays are here, and with them comes a wealth of concerts, classes, plays and other events, most aimed at bringing smiles to people of all ages.
Coming off its acclaimed 9/11 special concert event, Tucson Chamber Artists opens its eighth season, Harmonic Coexistence, with concerts featuring music of Jewish themes and by Jewish composers.
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.
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