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Tucson Lifestyle highlights more than 100 performing arts groups encompassing dance, music and theater.
Arizona Balalaika Orchestra
The Arizona Balalaika Orchestra, a costumed community folk orchestra founded in 1980 by Mia Bulgarin Gay, presents its 36th year of performing authentic Russian and Slavic music, song and dance in its annual concert.
Arizona Dance Theatre
Showcasing the talent within the greater Tucson area for 26 years, the company performs family oriented jazz, hip hop, tap, and contemporary works along with classical ballets such as The Nutcracker, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake.
Arizona Early Music Society
AEMS presents five major concerts annually featuring music from the time of Bach and before the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque and pre-Classic periods.
Arizona Friends of Chamber Music
Now in its 68th year, AFCM brings glorious music to Tucson presenting a four-part season, an Evening Series, Piano & Friends, the 23rd annual Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival and a one-day, two concert series, The Magic of Beethoven: The Complete Cello Sonatas.
Arizona Onstage Productions
This professional award-winning musical theater company produces daring and cutting-edge musicals, groundbreaking dramas and comedies that bring the thrill of new theater to Tucson audiences.
Now entering its 45th season, Arizona Opera has been recognized as one of the nations leading opera companies and is one of the few companies in the United States to serve multiple cities, producing five grand operas each season in Tucson and Phoenix.
Arizona Repertory Singers
ARS, founded in 1984, is an auditioned 45-voice choral ensemble performing music from an extraordinary range of eras and styles.
Arizona Rose Theatre Company
Opened in 1986, the Rose offers a variety of theatrical and musical productions and concerts, both original and familiar, throughout the year. m., Lost In Yonkers, Temple of Music & Arts Cabaret Theatre
Arizona Symphonic Winds
The Arizona Symphonic Winds, conducted by László Veres and comprised of 65 volunteer musicians, performs concerts throughout the year with an outdoor series “Concert Under the Stars” held at the outdoor László Veres Amphitheater in Udall Park. First performance of the season: Sept. 12, 7 p. m., Udall Park. Annual Veterans Day Concert: Nov. 8, 1 p. m., Catalina Foothills High School Auditorium.
Arizona Theatre Company
Temple of Music and Art
622-2823 (box office)
Founded in 1967, ATC is the preeminent professional theater in the state of Arizona. The 2015-2016 season presents several Arizona premieres, including a new comedy Discord, the Pulitzer Prize-winner Disgraced, and a new romantic musical comedy Snapshots. Also offered this season is the Pulitzer Prize-winner and Tony Award winner for Best Play, Fences, and John Steinbecks classic Of Mice and Men. 16, 7:30 p. m., Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin.
Artifact Dance Project
Established in 2009, Artifact Dance Projects mission is to present innovative and original dance with live music through collaborations that inspire thought, creativity and discovery. ADP is a professional contemporary dance company blending numerous dance styles, with ballet as an essential foundation. Recognized as “Best Emerging Arts Organization, ” a 2014 Lumies Arts & Business Award presented by the Tucson Pima Arts Council. 3, 7:30 p. m., Immortally Departed, Artifact Dance Project Studios.
Arts Express opens up the world of the arts to children and the entire community. Offering community events and arts education programs, they create opportunities for everyone to experience the power of the arts. Let Freedom Sing, an annual 4th of July event presented by Arts Express will be celebrating its 32nd year in 2016.
Arts for All, Inc.
Arts for All, Inc. offers arts experiences (visual arts, ceramics, dance, drama and music) at their center for people with and without disabilities. Classes are offered throughout the school year, covering early dismissal, winter and summer breaks. Youth and adult ensembles are available on select evenings for drama, dance and vocal training.
Celebrating their 30th anniversary, this Southern Arizona-based, nonprofit dance company shares its talents and professionalism with local audiences. BC has produced renditions of classical ballet including Don Quixote, Sleeping Beauty, La Sylphide as well as an annual performance of The Nutcracker Ballet, scheduled for Dec. 4 & 5 at 7 p. m. m., Coppelia, Sahuarita Auditorium.
Ballet Folklórico San Juan
“Tucsons Official Folklórico Dance Group” is a dynamic dance troupe composed of more than 100 dancers from ages 4 to 18, performing traditional dances of Mexico dressed in authentic costumes since 1987. Ballet Folklórico San Juan provides entertainment for any occasion.
Now in its 30th Pearl Anniversary Season, Ballet Tucson is the premier dance company in Tucson and Southern Arizona. Each season, the professional company of dancers presents a full range of historic classics, contemporary works, and full- length story ballets. Fifteenth annual Sugar Plum Tea will be held Dec. 6, 11 a. or 3 p. at Marriott University Parks ballroom. Season opener: Nov. 13, 6:30 p. m., Opening Night Pearl Jubilee Gala with performances of Jekyll and Hyde, Masquerade, and Carmina Burana at the Temple of Music and Art.
Black Cherry Burlesque
Shimmering pasties, saucy costumes, a dash of antics, and a heavy dose of sultry are the main ingredients of the talented Black Cherry Burlesque shows. Experience live theatrical and cheeky productions of the art of striptease the first Friday of every month at The Surly Wench Pub.
882-8607 (office. 882-7406
(tickets and reservations)
This professional theater company, founded in 1986, is recognized nationally and internationally for the development and production of theater and educational programs that reflect the diversity of the voices of the Southwest border region. First performance of the 30th season: Sept. 10, Más, Temple of Music and Art Cabaret Theatre.
Traditional polkas and waltzes, plus other European music and pre-Be Bop American dance music, are featured. 15, 6 p. m., Oro Valley Concert Series, Oro Valley Marketplace
Broadway in Tucson/A Nederlander
Subscription Tickets: 866-821-2929
Single Tickets: 800-745-3000
Broadway in Tucson brings Broadways best musicals and special events to Tucson with performances at UA Centennial Hall. 2015-16 season includes The Phantom of the Opera, the 20th anniversary world tour of Riverdance, The Book of Mormon, 42nd Street and a special performance of Chicago. Opening the season: Sept. 29, Annie.
Carnival of Illusion
Described as “Revitalizing Magic, ” awardwinning entertainers Roland Sarlot & Susan Eyed continue with a sixth season of Old-World magic that travels the globe. This Vaudeville-inspired show runs on select Saturdays in Tucson. 19, Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Tucson — Reid Park.
Chamber Music from Echo Glen
CMEG is a chamber music concert
involving professional musicians from all Over the United States and Brazil plus an international headliner.
Chamber Music in the Mountains
at Echo Glen
CMIMeg is a chamber music camp for high school and college string musicians with internationally known faculty.
CHISPA “Celebrating Hispanic
CHISPA promotes the heritage of Tucsons Hispanic culture by facilitating music and dance performances, workshops, events and festivals. CHISPA Foundation sponsors Ballet Folklórico San Juan, Ballet Folklórico Arizona, Mariachi Chispa and Chispa Hip hop Dance Crew. First performance of the season: Dec. 17, Merri-Achi Christmas, Fox Tucson Theatre.
Civic Orchestra of Tucson
Since 1975, the Civic Orchestra of Tucson performs free symphony concerts in Tucson and the surrounding towns by 60 volunteer musicians who are led by Dr. Herschel Kreloff, a 2015 inductee into the Tucson Musicians Museum. Each spring, COT holds its annual Young Artists Competition to award young aspiring musicians with solo performances. 10, 3 p. m., Christ Church United Methodist.
The Comedy Playhouse
For a light evenings entertainment, The Comedy Playhouse features an intimate theater and offers romantic comedies and mysteries. Catch a showing of the musical Tinsel Town through Sept. 13 and then Sept. 25 at 7:30 p. begins “Best of Comedy Genius, ” a collection.
Coyote Country Cloggers
The Coyote Country Cloggers is a highenergy dance group from SaddleBrooke that features 10 enthusiastic men and women. Their shows include a mix of country Western, gospel, bluegrass, patriotic and rock n roll music. CCC has performed at exhibitions on cruise ships to conventions in Las Vegas to an upcoming public performance at the SaddleBrooke Variety Show to be held March 24, 25 and 26, 2016.
Entering its 11th year, CYT Tucson is a childrens organization dedicated to teaching self-esteem, self-confidence and good character through training in theater arts, and producing professional quality Broadway-style musicals each year. 9-11, Its a Bird, Its a Plane.
Dancing in the Streets Arizona
867-8489 / 298-7738
Established in 2008 as a way to reach out to non-traditional ballet students, the group uses dance to break down cultural barriers. 27, Nutcracker, The Temple of Music and Art.
Owned by mother-daughter team Jill and Megan Maltos, this dance studio and Dance Company have won awards for technique, choreography and innovation during its 30+ years. Students (age 3-adult) receive training in jazz, ballet, tap, hip hop, musical theater and modern styles, and have the opportunity to perform at community events, as well as their annual concert in April and recital in June.
Desert Bluegrass Association
This nonprofit, all-volunteer organization promotes bluegrass music in the greater Tucson metropolitan area with jam sessions, workshops, festivals, a newsletter, a website, a pickers network, performances, information, friendship and fun. Annual Marana Bluegrass Festival held April 8, 9 & 10, Ora Mae Harn Park, Marana.
This non-profit choral arts group is comprised of gay, straight, transgender and bisexual singers of all ages. 2015-16 season marks their 27th year presenting creative concerts that promote the importance of music and diversity for all communities. 11, 7 p. Marks Presbyterian Church.
Dont Blink Burlesque
Dont Blink Burlesque brings the art of the tease to Tucson audiences every second Saturday at The Hut on 4th Avenue. DBB is known for combining traditional striptease with neo-burlesque styles, featuring some of Tucsons brightest burlesque stars. The Arizona Burlesque Festival will be held at The Hut and The Loft Cinema from Oct. 15-17.
Flam Chen Pyrotechnic Theater Company
With a repertoire spanning two decades and over 1, 800 professional performances worldwide, Flam Chen uses aspects of circus, martial arts, dance, ritual, aerial acrobatics, art installation and extreme engineering. Performs locally for one of the largest “Day of the Dead”-inspired events in North America, the 26th anniversary of The All Souls Procession Weekend, Nov. 7-8.
Flor de Liz Dance Ensemble
This young Tucson dance company presents classical, original and contemporary works performed by upper level children, teens and adult ballet dancers.
The Foothills Phil
Conducted by László Veres, the group, from ages 9-80+ performs show tunes, major orchestral works and much more. Established in 1993, Foothills Phil is a place for students and adults, with a mutual love of orchestra, to perform together.
FUNHOUSE movement theater
Since 2000, FUNHOUSE has provided concerts directed by award-winning choreographer Lee Anne Hartley. The 2007 Lumie winner for an arts education organization has reached more than 25, 000 local students.
The 36-year-old Gaslight Theatre is Tucsons only live musical-comedy melodrama theater. The hilarious shows offer family friendly entertainment every day of the week. 3, Henry Porter and the Sorcerers Secret. Select Saturday and Sunday mornings in October Gaslight Youth Theatre will present Bah, Humbug! Scrooges Christmas Carol.
In Concert! Tucson
In Concert! Presents the best national and international performing artists of musical and visual talent with a folk and world music slant. First performance of the season: Nov. 15, 7 p. m., Run Boy Run with Hot Club of Tucson at Berger Performing Arts Center.
Invisible Theatre (IT)
882-9721 (Box Office)
The Invisible Theatre celebrates its 45th anniversary this season. The 2015-2016 theatrical lineup will continue to present the crème-de-la-crème of Tucson talent and internationally renowned performers. 1, TRU, by Jay Presson Allen, Truman Capote.
KU STUDIOS is home of Kids Unlimited — Tucsons only complete performing arts studio for aspiring singers, dancers, actors and performers ranging in age from 3 to 18 years. The 29th season begins with a fall/ winter production, The Music of Motown, taking place at the Berger Performing Arts Center at the Arizona School for Deaf and Blind on Nov. 13, 7 p.
LaughingStock Comedy Company
Not a club, LaughingStock Comedy Company is a touring troupe providing customized comedy shows for corporate and association special events. LaughingStock appears locally in Tucson on occasion with shows open to the public.
Live Theatre Workshop
327-4242 / 327-0160
Live Theatre Workshop provides performances and education to entertain, enlighten and uplift our community, and to develop and provide theatrical talent. The 19th season presents: Aug. 27, Laughter on the 23rd Floor. “All Together Family Theatre, ” a LTW series, presents: Oct. 11, The Spooktacular Mystery in Dr. Frankensteins Laboratory.
LOST RIVER theatreproject
LOST RIVER was founded in 1993 by Managing Artistic Director Hal Melfi, with a mission to present stage classics, old and new, while promoting professional standards of artistic and technical excellence in theatrical and film production.
Music & Dance Academy of Tucson
327-2303 / 219-9950
Whether you are a dedicated student or only casually curious, you will discover a style of teaching that fits your personality and your personal goals. Two convenient locations with group or private instruction for all ages interested in ballet, jazz, ballroom, tap, strings, brass, drums, piano and more.
NEW ARTiculations Dance Theatre
NEW ARTiculations strives to create modern dance that is timely, experimental, and accessible to all communities. Through collaborative projects, the company works to share and interpret the stories of different communities and timely issues.
New Kiva Motions Puppetheatre
New Kiva Motions is a non-profit organization providing quality puppetry and theater-related arts to Arizonans since 1976. Call for information about public and private shows.
Since 2009, this trio has performed throughout Southwest Arizona entertaining audiences with music from Vivaldi to Mozart from Gounod to Bernstein. Their musical selections highlight and complement soprano, flute and piano to create enjoyment and surprise. 7, 3 p. m., Dazzling Bouquet of Music Concert Series, Rincon Friends of Music.
Odaiko Sonora: Southern Arizonas
Dedicated to taiko — Japanese ensemble drumming — Odaiko Sonora has provided firsthand experiences with the big drums since 2002. Through performances, instruction, team-building workshops and school residencies, the group reaches more than 55, 000 people each year.
Odyssey Storytelling, entertaining and inspiring Tucsonans since 2004, hosts shows (almost) every first Thursday of the month bringing together an eclectic collection of local people to tell personal stories on a changing theme. 3, 7 p. m., Escape, The Screening Room.
Old Arizona Brass Band
(aka 4th U. S. Cavalry Regimental Band)
This group performs (in period town or military band uniforms) a varied and authentic historic repertoire of original 19th and early 20th century patriotic, classical and popular American music. Included in their schedule is a free concert series at the Ft. Lowell Museum, first performance: Nov. 7, 2 p.
Old Pueblo Brass Band
325-1420 / 293-2760
Now in its 20th season, Old Pueblo Brass Band is a 30-piece British-style brass band conducted by Barbara L. Chinworth, since 2001, and only one of two British-style brass bands in Arizona, but the only one in Tucson. OPBB plays traditional tunes, Broadway musical selections and marches. 27, 2 p. m., Swan Lake Estates. Next scheduled performance: Dec. 5, 7 p. m., Holiday Concert at Saguaro Christian Church.
Old Pueblo Playwrights
For more than 20 years, O. P. has provided a forum for people whose passion is to see their work come alive. The organization has given members the opportunity to have their work read by actors and then critiqued by their peers. 30 & 31, Play in a Day Festival, in the Temple of Music and Art Cabaret Theatre.
Opera Guild of Southern Arizona
The guild previews Arizona Opera productions in two locations, gives financial support to young singers, conducts fundraisers and hosts an annual vocal competition, Quest for the Best. First Opera preview: Sept. 30, 3 p. m., Arizona Lady, Oro Valley Library. First Brown Bag Opera: Oct. 2, noon, Arizona Lady, Grace St.
O-T-O Dance is an international flying modern dance company, combining modern, aerial and site-specific dance with original music, video backdrops based out of Tucson, Arizona, and Hilo, Hawaii. Performances recently span from Ireland to Costa Rica to Russia.
Pima Community College Center
for the Arts
Pima Community College Center for the Arts announces its 2015-16 season: INSPIRE! Events and performances will take place on Pimas West Campus in the 425-seat Proscenium Theatre, the 75-plus seat Black Box Theatre, the 75-plus-seat Recital Hall and the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery. First exhibition at the Louis Carlos Bernal Gallery: Sept. 8-Oct. 9, About Books.
Pima Community College Dance
Pima Community College Dance offers two concerts a year featuring faculty and student works performed in a variety of dance styles varying from classical ballet to the most contemporary dances of today. 11, 7:30 p. m., Signature Selections, Proscenium Theatre.
Pima Community College Music
Pima Community College Music includes concerts by the Jazz Ensemble, Chorale & College Singers, Wind Ensemble, Orchestra, and faculty and guest artist recitals. 22, 7:30 p. m., PCC Wind Ensemble, Proscenium Theatre. First PCC Chorale & College Singers concert: Oct. 25, 3 p. m., Proscenium Theatre.
Pima Community College Theatre Arts
Four productions are presented each year, including a childrens show and a fully staged American musical. Two performances are held in the intimate Black Box Theatre. This seasons selections are Sticks and Bones and Shakespeares Loves Labours Lost. 23, Henry and Ramona, Proscenium Theatre. Musical performance of the season will be Tony Award winner Crazy for You.
Retro Swing 7
This small jazz ensemble is devoted to recreating the sound of classic swing bands of the Big Band era, also offering jazz standards with a contemporary twist, and other varieties including Latin, ethnic and classic rock.
Reveille Mens Chorus
This community chorus, boasting upwards of 50 voices, celebrated 20 years in 2015 of entertaining local and international audiences while promoting tolerance, diversity and a world free from AIDS.
Rhythm Gang Swing Band
Started in 1969, the Rhythm Gang Swing Band consists of 17 members performing the best dance music from the 30s-70s and is led by Ed Sand.
Rhythm & Roots Concert Series
In its 19th year, Rhythm & Roots hosts international and nationally touring American roots, blues, folk, bluegrass, flamenco, gypsy and world music in a comfortable and intimate atmosphere. 16, 7:30p. m., Peter McLaughlin, Chris Brashear and Grammy Winner Todd Phillips, Club Congress.
River Road Ramblers
A Dixieland Band alternative features the best of New Orleans and West Coast Dixieland Jazz for Southern Arizona audiences.
The Rogue Theatre
The Rogue Theatre, winner of the 2012 National Theatre Company Award presented by the American Theatre Wing, offers great literature and challenging ideas in an intimate setting. Opening the 11th anniversary season: Oct. 15, Hamlet and Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead.
Seven Pipers Scottish Society of Tucson
For more than 50 years, this nonprofit organization has been dedicated to the preservation, performance and enjoyment of Scottish music and dance. 10, Tucson Meet Yourself. Second performance: Oct. 31 & Nov. 1, Tucson Celtic Festival.
299-3797 / 624-3744
Described as a “highlight of the season” at their Carnegie Hall debut, this flute and guitar ensemble performs for special events, weddings and concert series.
This professional ensemble of four musicians — on flute, piccolo, alto and bass flutes — plays transcriptions of light classics from Bach and Vivaldi to Mozart and Brahms, in addition to popular tunes by Gershwin, Ellington, Berlin and Sousa. 15, 11:45a. m., Christ United Methodist Church.
Sonoran Bells is a Tucson-based community handbell group comprised of experienced hand bell ringers chosen by audition. In their 16th year, this group of 14 plays in a number of different venues during the year, performing varied musical selections from jazz to folk to classic.
This wind ensembles mission is to bring four free band concerts to the public every year and occasionally features accomplished soloists.
Sons of Orpheus — The Male
Choir of Tucson
Celebrating their 25th anniversary season, the choir sings in a variety of languages and styles, from classic to modern, serious to popular. It offers customized concerts under the direction of founder Grayson Hirst. The 18th Annual Holiday Concert with students from the Arizona School for the Blind will be held Dec. 2, 7 p. at the Berger Performing Arts Center benefiting the Community Food Bank. 11, Veterans Day Concert, VA Hospital Rose Garden Courtyard.
Southern Arizona Arts & Cultural Alliance
A grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement, preservation and creation of the arts in Southern Arizona, they accomplish their mission through Creative Arts Therapy programs, Business and Arts integration, and arts education initiatives throughout the community. 16, Jazz Legends Live.
Southern Arizona Blues Heritage
The Foundation is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to creating and preserving Blues & Heritage through live performances, education and raising awareness. SABHF holds the annual Blues & Heritage Festival, this year on Sunday, Oct. 18 at the historic Rillito Park Racetrack, Rillito Downs. 11 a. -6:30 p.
Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra
International guest artists join skilled amateur and professional musicians under the baton of Music Director Linus Lerner. SASO brings accessible and affordable classical music along with new works to Tucson. The 2015-2016 season begins with a special second annual Mexican Independence Day Concert, Sept. 15, 7p. m., Fox Tucson Theatre.
Southern Arizona Womens Chorus
Led by Artistic Director Terrie Ashbaugh, this 75-voice choir performs an everexpanding repertoire written specifically for womens voices. SAWC presents annual ticketed concerts each season, plus singout performances at various festivals and events. Holiday concert: Dec. 13, 4 p. m., “Its Traditional, ” Ascension Lutheran Church.
SwanRise is dedicated to bringing live music to a mixture of musical tastes, while also fulfilling their commitment to raise funds to support the needs of the community. Visit their website for the latest on concerts, including the New Years Eve Gala “Blue Chicago” with Rick Braun at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort, benefiting families affected by autism. 5, 7:30 p. m., Rhythm Nights with Marc Antoine and Brian Simpson, JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort.
The Tom Patrick Band
The Tom Patrick Band was formed in 1993 and has been a familiar group on the Tucson scene ever since. They play swing, The annual Tucson International Mariachi Festival includes workshops, folklorico dancing, and the Fiesta de Garibaldi. Waltzes and all styles of Latin dance music.
The Troubadour Theatre offers summer camps and classes for kids and teens, teaching different aspects of theater, including acting, design, directing and playwriting.
True Concord Voices & Orchestra
(formerly Tucson Chamber Artists)
Southern Arizonas professional chamber choir and orchestra celebrates its 12th anniversary with a new name but the same glorious music. The season includes selections of Vivaldi, Bach and Purcell with special guest artists Artifact Dance Project in November; Christmas Lessons and Carols by Candlelight in December; a cappella concert with Cantus in January; organ accompaniment by Guy Whatley in February; and works by American composers in April. m., Valley Presbyterian Church, Green Valley.
Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus
Now in its 76th year, TABC has received national and international acclaim as a music education and performance organization. The chorus aims to impact, not only, musical development, but social and leadership skills on its members. First performance of the season: Dec 13, 3 p. & 7:30 p. m., Holiday Concert, UA Crowder Hall.
Tucson Barbershop eXperience
This male chorus and their registered quartets sing a variety of music in four-part a cappella style. Founded in 1947, singers belong to the Tucson Sunshine Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, presenting several scheduled shows each year (Veterans Day, Christmas and a March Annual Show) as well as performing for civic groups, and more. First performance of the season: 10th Annual Southern Arizona Youth in Harmony Festival, Sept. 19, Amphitheater High School.
Tucson Circus Arts
Tucson Circus Arts is a circus school offering year-round and summer programming for youth and adults in aerial acrobatics, stilt walking, tightrope, globe walking, juggling and twirling props, performance and much more! TCA fosters an open, inclusive, non-competitive and encouraging environment for students of all backgrounds to discover what they love to do, grow and succeed. 4, 7 p. m., “Colony. ”
Tucson Concert Band
Tucsons oldest community band, formed in 1966. This 70-member band performs modern band literature, classical music, selections from Broadway musicals and military marches. The first performance of the season: Nov. 1, 2 p. m., Proscenium Theatre, PCC West Campus.
Tucson Desert Harmony
Discover the joy of singing four-part harmony, a cappella music in the barbershop style with this award-winning womens chorus. Watch for their holiday performances in select locations.
Tucson Flute Club
Nearly 45 years in Tucson, the club always welcomes new players to rehearse with the Southern Arizona Flute Orchestra, an ensemble of 15-25 flutists at varying levels of proficiency.
Tucson Friends of Traditional Music
TFTM keeps the traditions of community music and contra dance thriving in Tucson by holding contra dances with live music every month. 5, First United Methodist Church, 6:30 p. lesson & dance 7 p. Special New Years Eve dance: Dec. 31, 7:30 p. m., Temple of Music and Art.
Tucson Girls Chorus
TGC has provided 30 years of fun, friendships, singing and performing around the world, teaching girls, Kindergarten through 12th grade, to be confident women. m., Advanced Choir, Vista de la Montana Methodist. Annual performance celebrating 30 years: Dec. 13, 3:30 p. m., Sounds of Winter concert, Fox Theatre.
Tucson Guitar Society
TGS is a nonprofit organization that sponsors an international concert series plus hosts monthly performances featuring local guitarists. Since 1987, TGSs mission is to promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation of guitar. Seventh International Tucson Guitar Festival: Nov. 1-7, UAs Holsclaw Hall. International Artist Series first event: Oct. 22, 7 p. m., Ekachai Jearakul of Thailand, UAs Holsclaw Hall.
Tucson International Mariachi
TIMC preserves, enhances and fosters the traditional values of Hispanic culture, music, art and dance. TIMC will host a Student Showcase at AVA during the 2016 conference on April 21 at 6:30 p. prior to the Espectacular concert on Friday, April 22 at 7 p. Students and community Mariachi groups will get the chance to compete for the ability to open the event.
Tucson Jazz Society
TJS is dedicated to the preservation, promotion and education of jazz through concerts, festivals and educational programs.
Tucson Junior Strings
TJS is a non-profit orchestra that trains young string players in orchestral performance without a conductor in a true chamber music approach. TJS is comprised of about 200 students divided into six skill levels.
Tucson Kitchen Musicians Association/ Tucson Folk Festival tucsonfolkfest. org
Celebrating their 31st Annual Folk Festival, this free downtown festival centered in El Presidio Park features performing acts over five stages along with workshops, contests, crafts and food on Saturday, April 30 and Sunday, May 1.
Tucson Masterworks Chorale
Now in its 66th season, TMC presents great choral works from pre-Baroque to contemporary. The Chorale performs fall and spring concerts.
Tucson Philharmonia Youth Orchestra
This award-winning symphony orchestra features more than 100 of Southern Arizonas top young musicians, of precollege/ high school age, and provides professional training and concert performances. Since 1953, TPYO performs selections from classical to a repertoire of film to Broadway musicals, jazz, opera & ballet. First performance of the season: Fall Showcase, Nov. m., Catalina Foothills High School.
Tucson-Pima Arts Council
624-0595, ext. 10
The designated arts agency for the city of Tucson and Pima County, TPAC promotes the vitality of the arts by directing funding to quality arts initiatives and education programs, overseeing public art commissions, hosting talks, exhibits and professional workshops.
Tucson Pops Orchestra
Tucson Pops, conducted by László Veres, offers several free concerts annually, in the spring and the fall, at the DeMeester Outdoor Performance Center in Reid Park. The 62nd season begins in 2016.
Tucson Regional Ballet
In its 33rd season, TRB presents A Southwest Nutcracker, featuring the Tucson Symphony Orchestra. TRB translates the full length, classical ballet to Tucson in the 1880s, performances Dec. 12 & 13, at the TCC Music Hall. A Spring Spectacular features the fun, child-friendly version of the German fairy tale Hansel & Gretel along with the second act of the romanticera ballet classic, Giselle, April 16 & 17 at TCCs Leo Rich Theatre.
Tucson Sing-In, Inc.
885-0976 / 744-0869
The 39th annual community Messiah Sing- In, with professional orchestra and soloists, will be presented Monday, Nov. 30, 7 p. m., at Christ Community Church. Donations in any amount are encouraged but are not required. The audience will sing the chorus sections.
Tucson Symphony Orchestra
Entering its 87th season, the TSO presents classical, pops, chamber and ensemble concerts plus Moveable Musical Feasts and Just for Kids programs from October to April. A 2014 Lumies Winner for an Arts Education Program presented by the Tucson Pima Arts Council. The first performance of the season: Sept. 25, 8p. m., performing pieces from Rachmaninoff and Copland at Tucson Music Hall.
Tucson Womens Chorus
A free first visit and ongoing enrollment is offered for this a cappella group that sings multicultural songs. No auditions, experience in sight-reading or performance necessary. See website for rehearsal schedules for fall and spring.
UA Dance Ensemble
621-1162 (Fine Arts Box Office)
Versed in ballet, modern and jazz, the UA Dance Ensemble has performed in eight countries as well as major venues in the U. S., including the Kennedy Center in D. C. and the Joyce Theater in NYC.
The University of Arizonas professional performing arts series brings the worlds finest artists to Southern Arizona each year, since 1937. 9, 8 p. m., Tony Bennett, UA Centennial Hall.
UA School of Music
This years “Music on Campus” season showcases musical excellence by faculty, guests and students.
UA School of Theatre, Film & Television/
Arizona Repertory Theatre
Marroney & Tornabene Theatres
Arizona Repertory Theatre produces an eclectic repertoire of classical, contemporary and musical theatre. 20, Barefoot in the Park, Marroney Theatre.
UA Studio Jazz Ensemble
This big band is comfortable with many different forms of jazz.
Wieck Chamber Singers and Orchestra
This professional orchestra, chorus and guest artists perform, at an elite level, the great oratorios of the past as well as other sacred music that complements that genre. Venues vary throughout Tucson. One area high school musician is selected to play with the orchestra and is treated equally to the professionals.
Winding Road Theater Ensemble
Winding Road Theater Ensemble has a special commitment to producing new plays. WRTE is dedicated to representing diverse styles, themes and perspectives, and hosts readings and workshops of new plays. 8, Saint Joan, Zuzi! Theater.
ZUZI! Dance Company, School & Theater
This professional modern and aerial dance company offers performances, movement classes for all ages and abilities, birthday parties, summer camp, and facility rentals. 30, No Frills Dance Happenin. Holiday season: Dec. 20, Eighteenth Solstice Performance.
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