Tucson Modernism Week returns Friday with an entirely new schedule from last year but the same goals in mind.
Singer finally makes good on encore — 21 years after last Tucson concert.
Tucson now has five operas coming in 2013-14.
Blue Man Group keeps the music loud, the lights colorful, and the humor abundant in its show at the Tucson Music Hall.
"Well," said 83-year-old Wanda Mehsikomer as she plopped back down in her seat at Tucson Music Hall.
Arizona Opera finds lovable relationship in terrific voices and wonderful humor.
It was a whole lot less stressful at the Music Hall than watching Wildcats game Friday night.
Tony-winning musical playing at Tucson Music Hall.
First TSO show in five years sells out.
Chance for Tucson to ask questions about the company's move and future.
Deal good through noon Thursday.
Six-minute opening piece proves to be one of the biggest delights of concert.
George Hanson and the orchestra bring "Romeo and Juliet" to life.
Events starting Friday include outreach with local schools.
Lisette Oropesa is brilliant as bride gone mad.
Inaugural Rock the Fox concert accomplishes mission of introducing orchestra to new, younger audience.
Tickets go on sale Friday for Wilco's September show — the band's first since 2009 and only its third ever.
Tucson music fans have a tough call tonight: alternative-rock pioneers Jane's Addiction at Tucson Music Hall or upstart rock super band Chickenfoot at Casino del Sol's AVA.
Gluck's "Orfeo ed Erudice" is at its core a love story: Boy must rescue girl from the depths of hell.
Talk about your tough calls: Between Arizona Opera at Tucson Music Hall at 7:30 tonight, Club Crawl on 25 stages down the street off Congress Street, the world's greatest cellist at Centennial Hall a few miles away or the a country up-and-comer at the Pima County Fair, you can find somethi…