Click to Listen: The award-winning piano duo, Yuki and Tomoko Mack, return to Arizona for performances with the 2013 Red Rocks Music Festival, September 7 & 8. K-Bach's Jane Hilton chatted with the sisters about their upcoming program.
Click to Listen: This month the Grand Canyon Music Festival celebrates 30 years with a great roster of concerts including ETHEL, The Native American Composers Apprentice Project, and the up and coming Catalyst Quartet.
Click to Listen: Catalin Rotaru balances a busy international performing schedule with his teaching duties at Arizona State University's School of Music. This Saturday evening, 7:30pm, August 24th, local audiences will have a chance to enjoy the great bass virtuoso as he performs Haydn's Cello Concerto in C with the Arizona Pro Arte Orchestra at the Tempe Center for the Arts. -Sterling Beeaff
Click to Listen: Violinist Elmira Darvarova, after 24 years with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, as former concertmaster and the first female concertmaster in the MET’s history, is once again gracing concert halls as a soloist. She’ll be making two Arizona appearances this month as she returns August 23 & 24th to perform with the Red Rocks Music Festival, in “FROM BACH TO BLUES”, an eclectic recital program that includes several world premieres-all for unaccompanied violin.
Click to Listen: , , The families that live in Cateura, Paraguay make their living by recycling trash and selling it. In 2006, Visionary teacher Flavio Chavez decided to start a music program for the children in the area. With no funds or means, he, along with community members, turned to the resources at hand- and decided to build instruments from trash. Seven years later, the children of Cateura have a thriving music school and a youth orchestra that performs internationally. This week, The Recycled Orchestra makes their US debut at the MIM.