Writer, Humorist & Activist: The multi-talented Tania Katan makes the most of her arsenal of skills as program coordinator at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. K-Bach's Sterling Beeaff chats with Tania about SMoCA's upcoming Most of Lit Lounge.
IN 2013 Canadian Violinist Angèle Dubeau took a hiatus from her busy performing and recording schedule to face a cancer diagnosis. Her latest recording, BLANC, chronicles her journey back to health. Violinist Angèle Dubeau shares thoughts on her efforts with K-BACH's Jane Hilton.
This past month the Valley's Sonoran Desert Chorale presented The Requiem for the Fallen: a concert honoring the heroes of this nation who have given "the last full measure of devotion" in service to our country. It was a prelude to the chorale’s European tour, where they performed in Normandy as part of the official 70th Anniversary of D-Day.
For 15 years, The Downtown Chamber Series has presented over 100 concerts in downtown Phoenix, pairing the tried and true with a contemporary voice: Schubert or Beethoven may whet the appetite, then an entree of Steve Reich or George Crumb, or songwriter Joe Pug or indie band Low Anthem.
This Sunday, June 1, 2pm, YOU are invited to join K-BACH for our Very First Film Event at the FILMBAR in downtown Phoenix! The film, Nodame Cantibile, is a popular Japanese movie that’s based on a best selling comic about a young pianist and a conductor. Local conductor Keitaro Harada grew up in Japan—and with the comic, Nodame Cantabile. He chats with Sterling Beeaff about the comic’s influence in revitalizing Japan’s classical music scene.