José Luis Gomez, conductor
Anne Akiko Meyers, violin
Robert Muczynski: Charade
Arturo Márquez: Fandango
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5
Our season begins with a flourish! Symphony favorite Anne Akiko Meyers returns to play Arturo Márquez’s Fandango concerto for violin, written especially for her and premiered in 2021 by the Los Angeles Philharmonic. José Luis Gomez continues his exploration of the late Tucson composer Robert Muczynski, and the program concludes with Tchaikovsky’s beloved Symphony No. 5.
Expected duration: 2 hours
Concert comments, a pre-concert talk, will begin 1 hour before each performance.
Westbound Cushing Street is closed between Stone Avenue and Granada Avenue, around the south side of Tucson Convention Center. Eastbound traffic is not affected. The garages in both Lot C (entrance from Granada) and Lot A (entrance from Church) are open. If you normally drive around the block looking for parking, consider a counterclockwise trip around TCC to avoid the Cushing Street closure. Read More →
There is a concert in Tucson Arena taking place at the same time as our Friday performance, and a hockey game in Tucson Arena taking place at the same time as our Sunday performance. Please arrive early enough to accommodate possible parking congestion.