An evening of music inspired by the mountains and curated by scientists is sure to have you hearing and seeing Pusch Ridge and Catalina Mountains in a whole new way. Learn about Tucson’s geological wonders from guest speakers George Davis, UA Geosciences Regents Professor Emeritus; Joaquin Ruiz, Dean, UA College of Science; and Jim Cook, CEO of the Western National Parks Association. Performance by the TSO Brass Quintet.
Symphony No. 2 evokes the rugged landscape and fierce independence of Sibelius’ homeland with its sweeping melodies and powerful, unrelenting rhythms. Symphony of Psalms, commissioned for the 50th anniversary of the Boston Symphony in 1929 has been hailed as the best classical piece of the twentieth century by Time Magazine.
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The TSO goes “de-conducted” with a little something extra to cap off a fantastic season. Enjoy exquisite music you so rarely get to hear TSO musicians play in the casual, intimate atmosphere of Tucson Symphony Center. Elgar’s youthful charm, Mozart’s humor, and Dvořák’s delight in spirited folk music will end your day with joy.
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A bright mind and active imagination are excellent traits to possess. But what happens when they lead you to suspect that there may be strange and mysterious things going on in your neighborhood abandoned spooky house? How is the music going to help us out of this scary scenario? Find out with the Flute Viola Harp Trio.
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