Michael Feinstein wants more people to rediscover the music of the 1920s and ’30s.
Smithsonian Institution’s Jazz Masterworks Orchestra will offer “A Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald.”
The music of Ella Fitzgerald, “First Lady of Song,” will be performed Saturday at the Fox.
Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, which flaunts a versatility and virtuosity that still remains grounded in ballet, heads to Centennial Hall next Thursday.
The Zoppe Family Circus, which seems to be off the page of a picture book, returns with nostalgic acts, acrobats and clowns.
UApresents brings in Danu -- Credit: courtesy uapresents
UApresents brings in the Soweto Gospel Choir on April 18.
Interpreti Veneziani will perform at Westin La Paloma Resort on Sunday, the first time the Italian chamber orchestra has performed outside of a music hall situation. It's also the first time that UApresents is taking its programming outside of Centennial Hall or the smaller venues on campus.…
A pair of dancers from Unión Tanguera displays some of the complex male-female dynamics associated with tango.
Argentine dance company Unión Tanguera will perform “Nuit Blanche,” or “Sleepless Night,” at the University of Arizona’s Centennial Hall on Saturday at 8 p.m. The piece features 15 original tango songs and two standards.
Union Tanquera to perform at UApresents -- Credit: courtesy UApresents
César Millán “El encantador de perros” posa para un retrato
Arturo Sandoval: “Settle back in your seat, close your eyes and open your ears ... and your heart.”
Lions and tigers and bears — no way. Zoppé Family Circus returns to UApresents in January and shows what magic a circus can be without trained animals.
New Wave band the B-52s, joined by the Go-Go's, plays at Casino del Sol's AVA tonight. Trivia tidbit: The B-52s got its name from the outrageous beehive hairdo that resembles the nose cone of the B-52 aircraft.
Billy Woodward is Elvis Presley in "The Million Dollar Quartet," co-presented by Broadway in Tucson and UApresents.
Cesar Millan, National Geographic's "The Dog Whisperer," canceled his October show at Centennial Hall.
"We do a family show. We reassure everybody you don't need to be stuffy to enjoy ballet," says dancer Robert Carter.
Limón Dance Company's founder, José Limón, believed there must be a partnership between the music and stage setting. "He thought every dance should be a complete experience," says artistic director Carla Maxwell.
Barbara Cook, a legend of Broadway song, will perform Sunday in cabaret show titled "Let's Fall in Love."
Drummer Ali Jackson with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra has a gig Saturday night at Centennial Hall. Saturday afternoon, Wynton Marsalis will decide what the group will play, selecting from a 200-song tour book.
Harpist Bridget Kibbey will play a blend folk and classical music in a concert at the UA.
Momix brings "Botanica" to Centennial Hall Sunday. "We aren't strictly a dance company," says Moses Pendleton, founder.
The John Pizzarelli Quartet performs Saturday at the Fox Theatre. The show will include songs from Pizzarelli's new album.
The Alonzo King Lines Ballet is set to perform at Centennial Hall. "They don't want to present someone else's dance. They want to bring everything of themselves to their own dance. That is their goal," the director says.
Rachel Maddow will be appearing at the UA's Centennial Hall.
The MSNBC political commentator and host will be here April 6.
Carol Burnett showed clips from her TV and movie career, but spent most of her time on stage answering questions.
Carol Burnett brings her question-and-answer show, "Laughter and Reflection," to Centennial Hall.
Cellist Alisa Weilerstein will perform with chamber orchestra Academy of St. Martin in the Fields on March 5.
Legendary bluesman B.B. King performs Feb. 13 at Casino del Sol.
Nino the Clown is from the humor-based Zoppe Family Circus, which will be at Reid Park Friday through Sunday. Also this weekend, find Cirque D'Or's contortionists at Fox Tucson Theatre.
UApresents is bringing the Zoppé Family Circus to Reid Park for six shows. Its emphasis is comedy and feats of daring.
Carol Burnett's will perform Jan. 26 in Centennial Hall.
Mask- and prop-style theater troupe Mummenschanz rarely speaks, but it tells detailed stories.
The Assad Brothers, Odair, left, and Sergio, will be featured in the Fifth International Tucson Guitar Festival.
The Shaolin Warriors practice a traditional, Buddhist-based kung fu form that conveys Chinese culture, art and acrobatic technique.
Bonnie Raitt, on her first tour in several years, opens UApresents season on Sept. 26.
Yo-Yo Ma's real love affair with Latin music began when he realized that the cello had a place in it.
River North Dance Chicago leaps onto the Centennial Hall stage Saturday evening.
Tony Award-winning singer-dancer-actor Ben Vereen performs Saturday in Centennial Hall.
Linda Celeste dances with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, which performs at Centennial Hall Friday.
The 54-year-old Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has a new artistic director, and fans are wondering how much the company's artistic vision will change.
The Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Dance Company will present the innovative work "Story/Time," heavily influenced by John Cage's theory of chance.
Members of the Wroclaw Philharmonic Orchestra from Poland have
been playing the works of Frédéric Chopin, Poland's most famous
composer, since they first picked up an instrument.
Garrick Ohlsson will do what he does best: Chopin. The American
pianist will be accompanied by an orchestra from Chopin's
Trish Brown Dance Company members seem to move through time and
space with no limitations.
Saturday's concert is the third stop on the U.S. leg of the
Chieftains 50th anniversary tour.
El Ballet Folklórico de Antioquía, grupo nacional de baile de
Colombia, presentará el color y alegría de ese país el Sábado 4 de
Febrero en el Centennial Hall de University of Arizona a las 8 p.m.
Veinte danzantes y siete músicos interpretarán en 16 coreografías
la variedad de la cultura col…