Erik Gustafson was supposed to be just a member of the chorus in Tucson Chamber Artists performances this weekend of Bach's oratorio St. John Passion.
Phoenix native comes home to his namesake bar/restaurant to celebrate new album.
Back in December the Seattle Seahawks set a record for the loudest outdoor sports stadium recording 137.6 decibels of noise.
There are many reasons why it is rare to see an orchestra the size of Tucson's take on the enormous challenge of Berlioz's "The Damnation of Faust."
Christine Goerke waved her hands for pianist Kathleen Kelly to stop playing.
“The Past,” from Asghar Farhadi, director of “A Separation,” is a film about people clinging to memories, to their relationships, even after t…
There are two ways that the tragedy of Puccini's "La Boheme" can play out: Dramatically over-the-top with the heroine Mimi breaking out into r…
Music lovers have a bucket list of artists they have to see at least once .
Violin great performs once in a lifetime concert with Tucson Symphony Orchestra.
Audience throws in a few "bravos" for Canadian conductor.
Some might say the Tucson Symphony Orchestra took a big risk programming minimalist composers John Adams and Philip Glass alongside Beethoven …
Concert Friday at St. Augustine dedicated to the memory of late SASO violinist.
Chinese pianist and new UApresents piano share the spotlight.
George Hanson joked Friday night that Shostakovich’s monumental Seventh Symphony “Leningrad” is a work that only “comes around every 84 years.”
Tchaikovsky piece highlight of season-opener.
Singer finally makes good on encore — 21 years after last Tucson concert.
The 1980s were a bawdy time of excess.
Florida Georgia Line makes an argument for expanding country's boundaries to include hip-hop.
A couple of songs into Juanes’ 90-minute muscular concert at AVA Thursday night, the Colombian rocker turned to Bob Marley’s reggae classic “C…
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts deliver a rousing set Friday night with the kind of youthful energy and musical ver…
Arizona Opera finds lovable relationship in terrific voices and wonderful humor.
Singer goes from opening act to headliner.
FLORENCE — Jana Kramer waited until her final song at Country Thunder Friday afternoon before she kicked off her impossibly high heels.
FLORENCE – A guy in the fifth row screamed out “Hell yeah! Hell Yeah! Don’t change a thing.”
Performance closes out group's ninth Tucson season.