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A fantastic array of outstanding concerts is waiting in the wings this season. From November through May there will be performances by audience favorites as well as new artists on the classical music scene.

Musicians include award winners Brad Richter and Victor Uzur, guitar and cello duo, Nogales Barroco performing early music on historic instruments, Juanito Pascual, flamenco guitar and a special New Years Eve concert by the Tucson Symphony Jazz Trio.

We are not offering series subscriptions at this time as we may be adding more performances. You will not receive a ticket in the mail. Just show us your PayPal receipt at the door or if you paid via mail, just give us your name at the door.

Note: If you are having issues making reservations online you may also mail a check to Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts, P.O. Box 875, Patagonia, AZ 85624 to ensure your seat reservation.

TSO Young Artist Competition Winners
APR
20
6:30 PM
TSO Young Artist Competition Winners

Begin your weekend in Patagonia by attending a recital featuring the winners of this year's Tucson Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition. Works for piano, harp and cello by Bach, Handel, Schubert, Brahms, Cras and Gershwin highlight the mastery of these young artists, who range in age from eleven to seventeen and are among the most outstanding young musicians in southern Arizona.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $15 Prepay / $18 At the Door
*Please note that this is a Friday evening concert.

Please list attendees' names


U of A Musicians on Tour
APR
22
3:00 PM
U of A Musicians on Tour

Bruce Kimble, Danielle Pfeiffer and Tyler Ramos, all students of Dr John Milbauer at the Fred Fox School of Music, are prizewinning pianists who will present a program of major works by celebrated composers: the Sonata in D major by Joseph Haydn, Kreisleriana by Robert Schumann and Images Oubliées by Claude Debussy. These remarkable pianists, in addition to being dynamic solo performers are also involved in collaborative ensembles; working with others to benefit music education in Tucson and Arizona.
Please join us and support these rising young artists as they pursue their careers in the music world. Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $15 Prepay / $18 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Santa Cruz Singers
APR
27
7:00 PM
Santa Cruz Singers

The Santa Cruz Singers will be focusing on the theme of Love at the Annual Spring Concert. Under the direction of Christina Wilhelm they will perform the Neue Liebeslieder op 65 for vocal quartet and piano duet by Johannes Brahms and the intriguing choral suite, Ecce Cor Meum by Sir Paul McCartney.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Free performance: Donations are gratefully accepted, but seating is limited!
*Please note that this is a Friday evening concert.


William Feasley
APR
29
3:00 PM
William Feasley, Classical Guitar

World renowned classical guitarist William Feasley will absolutely enchant you with his remarkable technique and scintillating style. A quote from a review of one of his concerts states "..........if a rainbow that appeared after a warm spring rain made sound, it would be that of Feasley's guitar", best describes the experience of hearing this artist perform up close and personal - the Art of the Guitar. In addition to two contemporary works by Marcelo Ferraris and Peter Madlem, the program includes works by Domenico Scarlatti, Fernando Sor, Manuel Ponce, and Joaquin Rodrigo.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $25 Prepay / $28 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Vilen Gabrielyan & Pedro Vega Granillo
MAY
6
3:00 PM
Vilen Gabrielyan, Violin & Pedro Vega Granillo, Piano

Violinist Vilen Gabrielyan and pianist Pedro Vega Granillo have prepared a most intriguing program for these classic instruments. With a delightful group of Mexican folk tunes by the renowned composer, music educator and scholar Manuel Ponce, and a set of folk songs by Komitas, an Armenian priest, composer, choral conductor and pioneer in ethnomusicology, these talented musicians will transport you to the memory lane of forgotten popular song and folklore. But they will not leave you there for long. Also on the program is a work with a powerful emotional impact by the Estonian composer Argo Part - Spiegel im Spiegel (Mirror in the Mirror) and the hauntingly beautiful Violin Sonata #1 in G major (the Rain Sonata) by Johannes Brahms.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $25 Prepay / $28 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Evan Kory
MAY
13
3:00 PM
Evan Kory & Friends

For our final concert of the Benderly Sunday Series, this year's SCFPA Artist in Residence, pianist Evan Kory will captivate you with a program that includes some of the quintessential keyboard compositions of Bach and Haydn, and the piano masterpieces of Chopin and Debussy. And to complete the afternoon’s musical experience Evan will be joined by violinist Emily Chao and cellist Juan David Mejia in a performance of Dvorak's thrilling "Dumky" Piano Trio No.4 in E Minor.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $25 Prepay / $28 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Free Outdoor Concert Haul® Programs

Please check back at a later date!

2017-2018 Concert Series

A fantastic array of outstanding concerts is waiting in the wings this season. From November through May there will be performances by audience favorites as well as new artists on the classical music scene.

Musicians include award winners Brad Richter and Victor Uzur, guitar and cello duo, Nogales Barroco performing early music on historic instruments, Juanito Pascual, flamenco guitar and a special New Years Eve concert by the Tucson Symphony Jazz Trio.

We are not offering series subscriptions at this time as we may be adding more performances. You will not receive a ticket in the mail. Just show us your PayPal receipt at the door or if you paid via mail, just give us your name at the door.

Note: If you are having issues making reservations online you may also mail a check to Santa Cruz Foundation for the Performing Arts, P.O. Box 875, Patagonia, AZ 85624 to ensure your seat reservation.

TSO Young Artists Competition
APR 20 6:30 PM
TSO Young Artists Competition Winners

Begin your weekend in Patagonia by attending a recital featuring the winners of this year's Tucson Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition. Works for piano, harp and cello by Bach, Handel, Schubert, Brahms, Cras and Gershwin highlight the mastery of these young artists, who range in age from eleven to seventeen and are among the most outstanding young musicians in southern Arizona.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $15 Prepay / $18 At the Door
*Please note that this is Friday evening concert.

Please list attendees' names


U of A Musicians on Tour
APR 22 3:00 PM
U of A Musicians on Tour

Bruce Kimble, Danielle Pfeiffer and Tyler Ramos, all students of Dr John Milbauer at the Fred Fox School of Music, are prizewinning pianists who will present a program of major works by celebrated composers: the Sonata in D major by Joseph Haydn, Kreisleriana by Robert Schumann and Images Oubliées by Claude Debussy. These remarkable pianists, in addition to being dynamic solo performers are also involved in collaborative ensembles; working with others to benefit music education in Tucson and Arizona.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $15 Prepay / $18 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Santa Cruz Singers
APR 27 7:00 PM
Santa Cruz Singers

The Santa Cruz Singers will be focusing on the theme of Love at the Annual Spring Concert. Under the direction of Christina Wilhelm they will perform the Neue Liebeslieder op 65 for vocal quartet and piano duet by Johannes Brahms and the intriguing choral suite, Ecce Cor Meum by Sir Paul McCartney.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Free performance: Donations are greatly appreciated, but seating is limited!
*Please note that this is a Friday night performance.


William Feasley
APR 29 3:00 PM
William Feasley, Classical Guitar

World renowned classical guitarist William Feasley will absolutely enchant you with his remarkable technique and scintillating style. A quote from a review of one of his concerts states "..........if a rainbow that appeared after a warm spring rain made sound, it would be that of Feasley's guitar", best describes the experience of hearing this artist perform up close and personal - the Art of the Guitar. In addition to two contemporary works by Marcelo Ferraris and Peter Madlem, the program includes works by Domenico Scarlatti, Fernando Sor, Manuel Ponce, and Joaquin Rodrigo.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $25 Prepay / $28 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Vilen Gabrielyan & Pedro Vega Granillo
MAY 6 3:00 PM
Vilen Gabrielyan, Violin & Pedro Vega Granillo, Piano

Violinist Vilen Gabrielyan and pianist Pedro Vega Granillo have prepared a most intriguing program for these classic instruments. With a delightful group of Mexican folk tunes by the renowned composer, music educator and scholar Manuel Ponce, and a set of folk songs by Komitas, an Armenian priest, composer, choral conductor and pioneer in ethnomusicology, these talented musicians will transport you to the memory lane of forgotten popular song and folklore. But they will not leave you there for long. Also on the program is a work with a powerful emotional impact by the Estonian composer Argo Part - Spiegel im Spiegel (Mirror in the Mirror) and the hauntingly beautiful Violin Sonata #1 in G major (the Rain Sonata) by Johannes Brahms.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $25 Prepay / $28 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Evan Kory
MAY 13 3:00 PM
Evan Kory & Friends

For our final concert of the Benderly Sunday Series, this year's SCFPA Artist in Residence, pianist Evan Kory will captivate you with a program that includes some of the quintessential keyboard compositions of Bach and Haydn, and the piano masterpieces of Chopin and Debussy. And to complete the afternoon’s musical experience Evan will be joined by violinist Emily Chao and cellist Juan David Mejia in a performance of Dvorak's thrilling "Dumky" Piano Trio No.4 in E Minor.
Location: Benderly-Kendall Opera House, 344 Naugle Ave., Patagonia, AZ
Reservations: $25 Prepay / $28 At the Door

Please list attendees' names


Free Outdoor Concert Haul® Programs

Please check back at a later date!

All concerts are for the benefit of SCFPA, a non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization and donations are tax deductible to the extent of the law.

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