Let the music envelope you or treat your kids to the excitement of live theatre...
...but plan to attend these upcoming music and theatre performances at the Center for the Arts.
Sept. 28 - FAMILY PLAY DATE
A free community event featuring fun kid activities, yummy treats and a sneak preview scene from THE TRUMPET OF THE SWAN. 9-11 a.m. in the Black Box Theatre. FREE!
Sept. 29 - GOOD VIBRATIONS: Symphony Low Brass
Michael Becker, trombone; Joseph Muñoz, trombone; Steve Gamble, bass trombone; David Morgan, tuba; Mark Nelson, guest conductor and tuba; Victor Valenzuela, horn; and Shawn Campbell, horn. The powerful and elegant performance features members of the Tucson Symphony Orchestra and friends. The sonorous sounds of low brass resonate in an eclectic mix of music from the renaissance to current day. 3 p.m. in the Recital Hall.
Tickets $8 with discounts available.
Sept. 28 - THE TRUMPET OF THE SWAN
Adapted by Joseph Robinette, based on the book by the renowned children's author E.B. White (Charlotte's Web, Stuart Little). Directed by Mickey Nugent. Families will love this courageous, moving story of love, friendship and triumph. Louis is a swan born without the ability to make a sound. Deeply concerned for his son's well being, Louis' father steals a trumpet from a music store to give his son a voice. Louis goes out into the world searching for a way to pay back his father's debt. He eventually overcomes his shyness and travels to many new places. Through his many adventures he overcomes his fear of being different, makes new friends, discovers his talents and falls in love. Fri.-Sat. at 7 p.m., Sat.-Sun. at 2 p.m. in the Proscenium Theatre. Tickets $8 with discounts for groups.
Oct. 6 - THE POWER OF FIVE
Featuring the male quintet a cappella group Cantores from Tucson. Members include PCC music faculty Jonathan Ng, counter-tenor and tenor; Jose "Chach" Snook, counter-tenor and tenor; Stephen Warner, tenor; Wesley Laird, tenor and Darryl King, baritone. The program highlights different styles of choral music from the Renaissance period, as well as folk and popular selections.
3 p.m. in the Recital Hall. Tickets $8 with discounts available.
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