KBAQ Heart of the Arts

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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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