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Mozart Piano Concerto No. 27

Gramophone hailed McDermott’s 2013 disc of Mozart Concerti with Calder Quartet “exceptional on every count.” Piano Concerto No. 27, Mozart’s final work, is in a form he alone had developed to artistic and virtuosic heights – warm, mellow and serene.

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Midori

One of the world’s leading violinists, Midori transfixes audiences, bringing together graceful precision and intimate expression so you don’t just hear the music but you are personally moved by it.
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Lights! Camera! Pops!

Film scores played by Tucson Symphony Orchestra. Explores the history of film music from its beginnings in the 1930s to recent blockbusters.
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Brahms Symphony No. 1

One of the world’s premier harpists, Yolanda Kondonassis performs Ginastera’s Harp Concerto, a melodic work well scored so that the harp is never overwhelmed by the orchestra. El río de los siete estrellas is one of the best-known works by top Venezuelan composer Evencio Castellanos.

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Encompass Health Rehabilitation Institute of Tucson

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Beethoven Odyssey

Music from the hit science fiction film 2001: A Space Odyssey on its 50th anniversary. The film is particularly remembered for the use of Richard Strauss’ tone poem Thus Spake Zarathustra, also recorded as a jazz-funk version that became a top five, Grammy® winning hit for Brazilian artist Deodato.

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Fidelity Investments
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Season Finale: Beethoven’s Ninth

Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, one of the greatest compositions in western music, provides a triumphant finale to the season with the famous “Ode to Joy” performed by top soloists, the TSO Chorus and a children’s chorus. One of the most popular symphonies ever, it follows what John Adams called a ”memory space” for 9/11, On the Transmigration of Souls. Commissioned by the New York Philharmonic and Lincoln Center’s Great Performers series it won the Pulitzer Prize for Music in 2003 and three Grammy® Awards in 2005.
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Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall) 260 S Church Ave, Tucson

Free Concert

A free concert honoring donors and welcoming our community. Come as you are. No ticket needed.

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Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall) 260 S Church Ave, Tucson

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™ In Concert

Experience your favorite movies transformed with the music of a live symphony orchestra in the Harry Potter™ Film Concert Series.  For the first time ever, audiences can rediscover the magic of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone™ while a live symphony orchestra performs John Williams’ unforgettable score and Harry Potter™ soars across the big screen in high-definition.
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Pictures At An Exhibition With Film

J.S. Bach International Violin Competition Gold Medalist Rachel Barton Pine returns to the Tucson Symphony for the first time since 2004 to perform Khachaturian’s crowd-pleasing concerto inspired by Armenian folk themes. Ravel’s orchestration of Pictures at an Exhibition is a symphonic “top 10,” while the overture to Kabalevsky’s comic opera, Colas Breugnon, gets things off to a rousing start with its rhythmic drive. Young Brazilian conductor Marcelo Lehninger, winner of the League of American Orchestras’ Helen H. Thompson Award for Emerging Music Conductors, makes his TSO debut. He was recently appointed Music Director of the Grand Rapids Symphony after posts with the Boston and New West Symphonies.
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Women Rock

  • Celebrating the legendary women of rock and roll
  • Music of Carole King, Tina Turner, Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, Pat Benatar, Heart, Carly Simon and more
  • Featuring the Tucson Symphony with a cast of singers
  • Archival footage of original artists shown on the big screen during the concert
  • “I Feel the Earth Move,” “What’s Love Got To Do With It,” “Freeway of Love,” “Proud Mary,” “Piece of My Heart,” “Respect,” “These Dreams,” “Love is A Battlefield,” “You’re So Vain,” and many more

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Rachmaninoff Rhapsody

The 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition gold medalist Vadym Kholodenko makes his TSO debut with Rachmaninoff’s popular Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Former Young Composers Project student Anthony Constantino becomes the first alumnus to have a piece on a Classic Series program with a work commissioned by José Luis Gomez. Prokofiev’s romantic ballet music and the Argentine folk dances from Ginastera’s ballet give this program universal appeal.
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Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall) 260 S Church Ave, Tucson

Let’s Dance!

  • A dazzling display of dances and dance music
  • Professional dancers with two vocalists and full orchestra
  • Cha Cha, Tango, Waltz, Swing and more
  • If you like Dancing with the Stars you’ll love this show!
  • Put on your red shoes, blue suede shoes, or shoes with diamonds on the soles and get to Tucson Music Hall for some fun

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