1. Joshua Redman 3×3

    Arizona Arts Live and the Tucson Jazz Festival invite you to an evening featuring some of jazz’s greatest works. Join us as we welcome Grammy-nominated saxophonist Joshua Redman to Centennial Hall. Born in Berkeley, California Joshua Redman is son of legendary saxophonist Dewey Redman and dancer Renee Shedroff. In 1991 Redman graduated from Harvard College […]

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  2. Harry Connick Jr.

    Best-selling musician, singer, composer, and legendary live performer Harry Connick, Jr. returns to the Old Pueblo for a festive performance just in time for the holidays! Don’t miss all your favorite Christmas classics and fan favorites in this holiday celebration. Presented together with Broadway in Tucson. Harry Connick, Jr. invites you to celebrate the holidays […]

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  3. Dimanche

    Sometime in the near future, humanity has failed to adapt to the new ecological reality. Watch the end of the world as we know it unfolds before your eyes on the Tornabene Theatre stage with Dimanche. In a small building, a family is about to spend their Sunday together. But the walls are shaking, strong […]

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  4. Air Play

    Umbrellas fly, fabrics soar over the audience, balloons swallow people, and snow swirls on the Centennial Hall stage this spring. With stunning images and gales of laughter, Air Play bounces on the edge of definition: part comedy, part sculpture, part circus, part theater. A circus-style adventure of two siblings journeying through a surreal land of […]

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  5. Fran Lebowitz

    Unorthodox and intellectual with a wry sense of humor, voracious reader Fran Lebowitz brings New York to The Rialto Theatre. Don’t miss an evening of humor and unapologetic cultural satire by this style icon. In a cultural landscape filled with endless pundits and talking heads, Fran Lebowitz stands out as one of our most insightful […]

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  6. Dreamers

    Joined by the bold and expressive singer Magos Herrera, Brooklyn Rider celebrates the power of beauty as a political act. Discover a new world of classical music as tradition meets invention on the Centennial Hall stage. Born in Mexico City, Magos Herrera is a dazzling jazz singer-songwriter, producer, and educator. She is best known for […]

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  7. ABSENCE: Terence Blanchard

    Two-time Oscar nominee and six-time Grammy-winner Terence Blanchard returns for a powerful performance at The Rialto Theatre. Don’t miss the artistic force from one of the world’s greatest trumpeters and composers. Presented together with the Tucson Jazz Festival.  From his expansive work composing scores for Spike Lee films ranging from the documentary When the Levees […]

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  8. Dance Theatre of Harlem

    Eighteen dancers grace the stage with poise, precision, and power as we welcome the iconic Dance Theatre of Harlem to Centennial Hall. A singular presence in the ballet world, they are setting a new vision for dance in the 21st century. The Company continues its world tour with a stop in the Old Pueblo. Led […]

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  9. 32 Sounds

    Discover the impact of sound on our perception of the world around us in an unforgettable live documentary experience coming to Marroney Theatre. Watch a poetically woven documentary featuring 32 distinct audio recordings that tantalize the senses and encourage us to contemplate our humanity. The film is guided by live narration from Oscar-nominated Sam Green […]

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  10. *Postponed* Los Angeles Master Chorale

    Twenty-one singers transform a sweeping acapella Renaissance masterpiece into an emotionally powerful performance in Centennial Hall. Set to the work of Italian poet Luigi Tansillo, Los Angeles Master Chorale shows us that by facing our past head-on, we can forge a more fulfilling future. Lagrime di San Pietro (Tears of St. Peter) depicts the seven […]

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