Classical Revolution Phoenix continued their mission to expand the classical music audience with "Bayer & Peterson": a concert featuring the works of Elizabeth Kennedy Bayer and Tom Peterson. Both composers were recipients of the Judge's and Audience Awards from the 2012 Classical Revolution PHX AZ Centennial-Themed Composition Competition sponsored by the Tempe History Museum.
MonOrchid is an idea… the passionate idea of valley native and photographer Wayne Rainey. MonOrchid is also a space to be filled with ideas:14,000 square feet of exhibition space and offices. Last November Justin Germain joined monOrchid Gallery as the new art program director. His latest effort, THERMAL Phoenix, opens Friday, June 7.
The economic outlook for many of America’s symphony orchestras in the past few years has been dire, but locally, there is good news. For the first time in nearly a decade, The Phoenix Symphony is on track to break even, eliminating a nearly $3 million deficit in less than two years. K-Bach’s Sterling Beeaff catches up with CEO Jim Ward.
To be a teacher of anything you have to be a lifelong learner. Honing any skill is, at times, a solitary journey. And then there are those magical occasions when you come together with your peers and share and discover ideas. K-Bach's Sterling Beeaff catches up with ASMTA's Dr. Radmila Stojanovic-Kiriluk.
Arizona Musicfest recently awarded scholarships to four of Arizona's finest young musicians majoring in instrument performance at four renowned schools across the country. Three of the winners, Pianist Karen Nguyen, Violinist Jeanelle Brierley and Pianist Evan Pensis, have also been featured Sundays at noon, on 89.5 K-Bach's Encounters with Young Musicians Series.