1. HarpFusion | Shall We Dance

    Join HarpFusion on the dance floor for our final concert of the season! Exploring the breadth of expression, from treasures of the ballet repertoire to Latin grooves, this is sure to be a fun evening! In-person and livestream options! Tuesday, May 3, 7pHolsclaw Hall, $10  Buy Tickets Livestream

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  2. Undergraduate Percussion Ensemble

    The University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music presents the Undergraduate Percussion Ensemble concert, directed by Morris Palter with assistant directors Corey Denham and Katelynn Ward. Opener for RH – Barrett Hipes b. 1984 and Aaron Ragsdale b. 1978 Four Movements- Michael Udow b. 1949 Living Room Music- John Cage 1912-1992 Canticle No. 1- […]

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  3. Graduate String Quartet

    The University of Arizona Graduate String Quartet is made up of master’s and doctoral students selected from a national search. The ensemble contributes to the Fred Fox School of Music outreach and educational initiatives. Emmy Tisdel, violin Emmy Tisdel is a doctoral student at the Fred Fox School of Music and a student of Tim Kantor. […]

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  4. University of Arizona Opera Theatre presents

    Join UA Opera Theatre as we present two of Puccini’s most famous one-act operas, Suor Angelica and Gianni Schicchi. Suor Angelica synopsis – Seven years have passed since Suor Angelica was forced into the convent by her wealthy family for a mysterious indiscretion. Her quiet retreat is destroyed when her aunt brings news of the outside world which will […]

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  5. Forgotten Cello Sonatas of the Late Romantic Era

    Violist Molly Gebrian is featured in recital in the ongoing Faculty Artist Series. She will be performing the music of Dora Pejačević, Ethel Smyth, and Henriëtte Bosmans in Forgotten Cello Sonatas of the Late Romantic Era in new versions for viola and piano, featuring guest artist Danny Holt on piano, March 22, at Holsclaw Hall […]

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  6. A Celebration of Mexican Music and Dance

    “A Celebration of Mexican Music & Dance” featuring guest artists Steve Carrillo and Luis Ranjel, members of the world-famous Mariachi Cobre, who join UArizona’s Mariachi Arizona, Ballet Folklorico Miztontli and the Arizona Symphony for popular favorites. The Arizona Symphony begins the evening with dynamic works of the rich Mexican orchestral tradition by Pérez, Revueltas and […]

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  7. Arizona Symphony Orchestra

    The Fred Fox School of Music’s Arizona Symphony Orchestra is offering ‘A Mahler Requiem’ commemorating the tragedy, loss and renewed hope of 2020 and 2021. Conducted by Dr. Thomas Cockrell, this special concert on Nov. 20 at 7:30p in Crowder Hall. Mahler’s Fifth Symphony is a symphonic panorama that begins with a funeral march and […]

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  8. Tree-Ring Listening

    A collaboration by the Fred Fox School of Music, Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, and the School of Art. This performance features the world-premiere of Pine Chant, a mesmerizing new composition by Australian composer Lachlan Skipworth. Inspired by tree-ring growth data from the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research, the piece is a sonic embodiment of 12 Arizona trees […]

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  9. Holiday Card to Tucson 2021

    Holiday Card to Tucson 2021, one of Tucson’s most treasured traditions of the holiday season returns to the St. Augustine Cathedral on Sunday, Dec. 5, at 3p and 7:30p.   The program from the Fred Fox School of Music will feature the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus, Tucson Girls Chorus, University Community Chorus, Coro, Symphonic and […]

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  10. Beeston Guitar Competition Finals

    Some of the very best guitarists in the Bolton Guitar Studies program from the Fred Fox School of Music will compete in the 19th Beeston Memorial Guitar Competition Finals at Holsclaw Hall on Nov. 14. Thomas Beeston believed that music is our common denominator and that it has the power to heal, to inspire and […]

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