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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Forms in a Cloud

On the surface it appears the three compositions performed by the Tucson Symphony Orchestra this weekend have little in common. But perhaps inspired by Remembrance Day on Nov. 11,...

Classical Music to Make Us Feel

Composer Michael Torke minced no words before an audience at the Tucson Music Hall about the effect of 'modern' classical music on the public. “If you see a program for...

Tanque Verde: Best Dude Ranch in Arizona

Whether you are getting married or just have an outdoor Cowboy BBQ, Tanque Verde Ranch at the far eastern point of Speedway Blvd. in Tucson has it all. And...

Mozart and Beethoven

The most recent concert by the Tucson Symphony Orchestra concluded its tribute to Beethoven on his 250th birthday. In this case an audience at Catalina Foothills High School was...

Toby Keith: We Need Cowboys to Clean Things Up

Toby Keith ended his 2019 tour, entitled That's Country Bro!, right here in Tucson. The concert, at the Casino del Sol AVA amphitheatre, was a sold-out lively affair with...
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