Events for Sun, Oct 31 - Sun, Sep 26

Home/Events/

Views Navigation

Event Views Navigation

Event Archive
Today
Virtual Event

Opening Night Conversation with Amit Peled

TSO Dialogues
On TSO’s originally-scheduled opening night, José Luis and guest artist Amit Peled speak about Tucson, coffee, Rostropovich, and staying engaged with the world as an artist during a pandemic.

Free
Virtual Event

Life as a Concertmaster

TSO Dialogues
José Luis, previously a concertmaster himself, interviews TSO’s concertmaster Lauren Roth about the responsibilities and intricacies of this important leadership role.

Free
Virtual Event

Your Concertmaster in Recital

TSO Performs
Lauren Roth, violin
John Milbauer, piano

Johannes Brahms: Violin Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108

Free
Virtual Event

The Conductor and Concertmaster Dynamic

TSO Dialogues
José Luis interviews Tito Muñoz and Steven Moeckel, originally scheduled as October guest artists. They discuss the relationship between the conductor and concertmaster and the differences in collaboration between a concertmaster–soloist with a music director versus collaboration with a guest artist.

Free
Virtual Event

Conversation with Martin Kuuskmann

TSO Dialogues
Originally scheduled as an October guest artist, José Luis speaks with bassoonist Martin Kuuskmann about Mozart’s music, TSO’s Resident Artist initiative, the relationship of a performer commissioning a solo work with a composer, and the iconic saguaro cactus.

Free
Virtual Event

Mozart Wind Serenade

TSO Performs
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Serenade No. 11 for winds in E♭ Major, K. 375

Free
Virtual Event

Conversation with Victor Valenzuela

TSO Dialogues
José Luis speaks with TSO second horn Victor Valenzuela about the role of a horn player, Mozart’s music for the horn, and the important and unique role that second players play in the orchestra and in chamber music.

Free
Virtual Event

Sailing the “High C’s”

Just For Kids
TSO Brass Quintet
Script and music arrangements by Betsy Bright
Characters and story concept by Betsy Bright and Michael Becker

Will fanfares alert our ship to oncoming pirates? We sure hope so! Join the brass quintet in this highly-caffeinated seafaring adventure.

Free
Go to Top