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Under the influence: Naim Amor

In a land where he arrived in the mid 90s without a complete command of the language, Naim Amor has always found it easiest to express himself through music, even now, when his English is terrific and he is an official American.... Read more»

Chamber music

Turkish-American composer Kamran Ince's 'Far Variations'

What is the sound of distance? International composer Kamran Ince gave an articulate answer to that zen-like question in the world-premier of his latest work, "Far Variations" for piano quartet.... Read more»

Tucson Symphony Orchestra

Beethoven's Ninth may be swan song for TSO chorus

After this weekend’s formidable performances of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, the TSO Chorus will be dissolved for the foreseeable future, except for two performances of Handel’s Messiah on December 4.... Read more»

To do list

9 for Beethoven: A weekend arts preview

Looking to avoid the street fair in favor of some culture? We have some ideas.... Read more»

Arts preview

UApresents unveils 2010-11 offerings

UApresents announced their 2010-11 season's offerings Wednesday evening on their website. The slate of acts coming to Centennial Hall is formidable, including Liza Minnelli, Joshua Bell, Blue Man Group and Savion Glover.... Read more»

Weekend preview

Capital Vices: Seven deadly awesome weekend events

It would be a sin to miss this weekend's events in Tucson. Below find seven promising options.... Read more»1

Music review

Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival, inside and out

The Tucson Chamber Music Festival offers free open rehearsals on the mornings of concerts. It’s an opportunity to watch seasoned professionals practice their craft in ways that are not always obvious in concerts alone.... Read more»


Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival starts March 7

The Arizona Friends of Chamber Music's 17th winter festival, running March 7-14, proffers music that truly runs the gamut of chamber works.... Read more»

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