David Ward, UA opera program head, directs “Die Fledermaus.”
Di Fledermaus at ua School of mUisc Photographed are: Stage Director David Ward Alejandro Bauelos Dori Smith Ivette Ortiz Sun-Young Lee -- Credit: UA School of Music
The University of Arizona Opera Theater presents “Die Fledermaus” by Johann Strauss II, a comedic opera set in 19th-century Vienna. Get ready to laugh. It’s lively romp with plenty of mistaken identities, and it’s sung in English.
plays trumpet locally with several ensembles.
This year's members of the Fred Fox Graduate Wind Quintet are, from left, Diana Schaible, flute; Rebecca Dixon, oboe; Ashley Knecht, clarinet; Travis Jones, bassoon; and Gray Ferris, horn.
Soprano Yunnie Park sings the role of Violetta in "La Traviata." Tenor Humberto Borboa, left, is Alfredo and baritone Charles Hamilton is Germont.
Robert Bedont, left, Martin Van Klompenberg and Travis Jones are UA graduate students who make up Trio Sonora.
Pianist Michael Dauphinais, left, and horn professor Daniel
Katzen will play a free concert on Tuesday.
The Arizona Graduate Winds include, from left, Diana Schaible,
flute; Rebecca Dixon, oboe; Ashley Knecht, clarinet; Travis Jones,
bassoon; and Gray Ferris, horn.
Kimberly Toscano, principal timpanist with the Tucson Symphony
Orchestra, guides UA Percussion Group as acting director of
percussion for its fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
Odair and Sérgio Assad will be performing Nov. 5-6 at Holsclaw
Hall at the University of Arizona.
Elena Miraztchiyska as she appeared on the poster advertising
her President's Concert performance in February.
Nelson Riddle offers a kiss to Linda Ronstadt as they celebrate their collaboration.
Orquídea Guandique, viola, will perform at the 2011 UA President's Concert.
The Brazilian guitar duo of brothers Odair and Sérgio Assad will headline the Second International Tucson Guitar Festival.
Kimberly Toscano and Aaron Boyd teach with the UA School of Music.
UA student saxophonist Jonathan Wintringham, who has performed worldwide, will play with the TSO.
Oro Valley Musicale will feature students of the University of
Arizona School of Music hosted by Resurrection Lutheran Church at 3
Jonathan Wintringham, who made his musical debut at 17, is one of performers being showcased this weekend.