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The Percussionist’s Toolbox

TSO Talks
The four members of the percussion ensemble preview their upcoming recital by giving viewers a tour of their “workstations,” offering descriptions and demonstrations of the marimba, xylophone, vibraphone, congas, and more.

Free
Splendido at Rancho Vistoso 13500 N Rancho Vistoso Blvd, Oro Valley

Brass Quintet at Splendido

TSO Brass Quintet

Tielman Susato: La Mourisque
Ralph Vaughan Williams: English Folk Song Suite
Michael Kamen: Quintet
Elizabeth Bright Morgan: Western Suite
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus (arr. Hayato Tanaka)
Kurt Weill: Selections from The Threepenny Opera
This Little Light of Mine (arr. Gary Slechta)

The Hacienda at the Canyon 3900 N Sabino Canyon Rd, Tucson

Brass Quintet at The Hacienda

TSO Brass Quintet

Tielman Susato: La Mourisque
Ralph Vaughan Williams: English Folk Song Suite
Michael Kamen: Quintet
Elizabeth Bright Morgan: Western Suite
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Ave Verum Corpus (arr. Hayato Tanaka)
Kurt Weill: Selections from The Threepenny Opera
This Little Light of Mine (arr. Gary Slechta)

Virtual Event

Percussion Goes to Spain

TSO Performs
Alana Wiesing, percussion
Fred Morgan, percussion
Chris Herman, percussion
Matthew Timman, percussion

Emmanuel Chabrier: España
Claude Debussy: “Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum” from Children’s Corner
Francisco Tárrega: Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Dave Walton: Marimbas Espagnol
Claude Debussy: “Serenade for the Doll” from Children’s Corner
Georges Bizet: “Les Toréadors” from Carmen

Free
Virtual Event

Conversation with Ian Jones

TSO Dialogues
José Luis interviews Assistant Principal Cello Ian Jones. They discuss the education he received with teachers from around the world and the upcoming recording of a performance of Mahler’s Piano Quartet.

Free
Virtual Event

Conversation with Matthew Mugmon

TSO Dialogues
Introducing the upcoming release of Mahler’s Piano Quartet, Ben Nisbet interviews musicologist Matthew Mugmon. They discuss the unique nature of Mahler’s singular extant chamber work and how it fits into Mahler’s more well known output of large-scale symphonies and song cycles.

Free
Virtual Event

Mahler Piano Quartet

TSO Performs
Fanya Lin, piano
Grace Yuiko Nakano, violin
Sarah Toy, viola
Ian Jones, cello

Gustav Mahler: Quartet Movement for piano, violin, viola, and cello in A Minor

Free
Virtual Event

TSO Trivia! Championship

TSO Dialogues
Zachary Warren, flute
Victor Valenzuela, horn
Alana Wiesing, timpani
Benjamin Nisbet, host

The winners from the first three episodes compete for the grand prize! When social distancing keeps us apart, TSO can still come together with trivia. Watch as 3 TSO musicians leave their instruments in their cases and try to get to the top of the leaderboard. You might just learn something too!

Free
Virtual Event

José Luis Gomez on Bruckner and Tchaikovsky

TSO Dialogues
José Luis Gomez, Music Director
Benjamin Nisbet, Orchestra and Artistic Manager

Introducing the upcoming recital of chamber music for strings, Ben and José Luis discuss the upcoming works of Bruckner and Tchaikovsky and how both of the composers succeed in creating satisfying large-scale works out of much smaller forces of musicians.

Free
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