April 12 & 13 “De-Conducted” Concerts to Feature Music by Elgar, Mozart & Dvořák
All Tickets $20
(Tucson, AZ)─The Tucson Symphony Orchestra goes “de-conducted” with a little something extra to cap off a fantastic season. On Friday, April 12 and Saturday, April 13 at 6:00 p.m., enjoy exquisite music you so rarely get to hear TSO musicians play in the casual, intimate atmosphere of Tucson Symphony Center (TSC). There is plenty of free parking at the TSC, 2175 N. Sixth Ave. just south of Grant Road. The hour-long concert will be performed without an intermission; start and end time is designed to allow for a relaxing dinner afterwards at your favorite restaurant. Come a bit early to enjoy an art exhibit at the TSC provided by CASA.
The music, highlighting Elgar’s youthful charm, Mozart’s humor, and Dvořák’s delight in spirited folk music will end your day with joy. Concertmaster Lauren Roth will lead in the opening piece, Elgar’s Serenade in E minor, followed by Mozart’s Ein musikalischer Spass (Musical Joke) David Barford, principal oboe, will close the program leading Dvořák’s Serenade in D minor.
Tickets for A TSO Extra are $20, general admission. They are available online at www.tucsonsymphony.org, at the Tucson Symphony Orchestra Box Office, 2175 N. Sixth Avenue or by phone at 520.882.8585. TSO Box Office hours are Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. unless otherwise indicated.
Programming, artists and prices are subject to change.
Contact: Terry Marshall, Public Relations Manager, 520.620.9158