Performing Arts

2020-2021 Performing Arts Season

 

Performance Schedule

The new 2020-2021 Performing Arts season will present a combination of virtual and live performances.
Season subscription holders have priority seating for in person performances and virtual presentations.

Subscriptions are available soon.

TAKE3: November 13, 2020

With a flair for the wild and unexpected, the genre-bending trio brings the refinement of a rigorous classical background and infuses it with rock star charisma. Whether performing their take on pop, jazz, or classical tunes, they bring enthusiasm to their interpretations and impart their love of music to audiences across the country and abroad.

Lande/Moore Jazz Combo: December 18, 2020

Art Lande and Glen Moore are highly gifted jazz musicians who will combine their talent to offer an evening of “interpreting art through jazz.” These two jazz men have been in the thick of the jazz community beginning in the 60s and are each considered innovators in their musical style. Their musical improvisation of interpreting art in TCA’s exhibitions is a living, breathing artistic experience that will fascinate you.

Sponsored by Robert and Connie Schmitz

Kevin Krentz Chamber Quartet: January 22, 2021

Director of the Methow Valley Chamber Music Festival, Artist in Residence at the Phoenix Series in NYC and Seasons Hall, Yakima, WA as well as cellist for a number of major movie musical themes is bringing his cello and three additional string players to Tubac. This special Chamber Music Festival Performance.

Dolan Elis: February 20, 2021

Dolan Elis has been the AZ State Balladeer since 1966. Member of the Grammy winning New Christy Minstrels, Dolan has been balladeering ever since. Born in Kansas, but wandering to Phoenix in 1959, Dolan has made career of singing and playing music. As a balladeer he tells the stories of western culture and has written over 300 songs to share. Come hear the pleasant sounds and wisdom of Dolan Ellis as he plays his passion in historic Tubac. Who knows, he may rustle up some long-forgotten spirits itching to hear the old stories.

Sponsored by DJ and Dieter Boehm

TSO Brass Ensemble: March 26, 2021

Gearing up for Easter, we’ve invited the Tucson Symphony Orchestra Brass Ensemble to regale the Performing Arts Series concert goers with the glories of brass sound. Expect an outstanding evening with bold brass from the TSO. Come enjoy the Brass as we support the TSO’s effort in community outreach.

Season Subscriptions available soon.