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New Livestream Concerts

SCFPA Office

Dear friends,

Until the lights are back on in the Opera House we will present you, our audience, with performances that will virtually take you inside our beautiful venue with outstanding and inspirational livestream concerts! So choose your seat and enjoy.

Performances are scheduled for Sunday afternoons at 3pm and will be seen on SCFPA Facebook. They will also be archived for additional viewing. The concerts are free but your generous donations to cover the costs of each event will be much appreciated.

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Livestream Concert Schedule


May 16, 2021 - 3:00 pm (MST)
String Quartet Chamber Music

To view the concert live please go to our SCFPA Facebook page.


Video clips of past performances

April 18, 2021

Emily Chao, violin & Yasmin Alami, piano




Video clips of past performances

March 18, 2021
“Quartetto Patagonia” performing works by Caroline Shaw, Josef Haydn, and Osvaldo Golijov

Laura Cásarez, violin Emily Chao, violin Emmy Tisdel, viola Juan David Mejia, cello


February 14, 2021
Joseph Venegoni, hammered dulcimer


January 1, 2021
Weiss/Soflin Duo

Michael Weiss, saxophone Elizabeth Soflin, percussion with Alex Fleming, percussion Thank you to our concert sponsors: Patagonia Trading Post & Patagonia Area Resource Alliance

PROGRAM African Marketplace - Abdullah Ibrahim - arr. Kai Stensgaard Cactus Juice - Keeghan Fountain Jupiter - Gustav Holst - arr Nathan Daughtery Vertical River - Blake Tyson Want It Need It Have It - Adam Silverman *Songbook, Song For Davy #5 Summer Song - David Maslanka *In thanks for all he taught us when we played in his wind ensemble and to honor him after his passing in November, we would like to dedicate this performance of movements from Maslanka’s songbook to University of Arizona Professor Emeritus Gregg Hanson. Mixed Music - Eckhard Kopetzki


December 20
Maxi Larrea, tango guitarist

PROGRAM Pal’ Norte (Aire de Chacarera) by Maximiliano Larrea Calima (Vidala) by Maximiliano Larrea Lucerito (Carnavalito) by Maximiliano Larrea El gatico (Gato cuyano) by Maximiliano Larrea Ya despierta pequeña (Canción) by Maximiliano Larrea Ara Chichu (Chamamé) by Ricardo Scofano El nino canta (Lullaby) by Maximiliano Larrea La Carmela (Cueca) by Maximiliano Larrea Donde Termina el río (Chamamé ) by Maximiliano Larrea Comme il Faut (Tango) by Eduardo Arolas En las Sombras (Tango) by Joaquín Mora Hacia la Milonga (Milonga) by Maximiliano Larrea Cielito de Almagro (tango) by Maximiliano Larrea Thank you to our concert sponsor: Long Realty Sonoita/Patagonia


December 6
Carla Fabris, harp & Juan David Mejia, cello

Program: Féerie (Marcel Tournier), for solo harp Chants D'Arrière-Saison (Bernard Andrès) Risograph Diptych (Anteo Fabris) Song of the Birds (Pablo Casals) Café 1930 (Astor Piazzolla)


November 22
Monsoon Brass Trio

Betsy Bright, trumpet; Tim McCarthy, trumpet and David Morgan, tuba

Program: J.S. Bach, arr. Bright: 3 Part Invention No. 8 Mozart, arr. Bright: Divertimento No. 3 KV 439b arr. Allan Dean: Glogauer liederbuch arr. Bright: Sailing Overture Bright: Western Suite arr. Bright: Scarborough Fair arr. Bright: Tumbalalaika J.B. Arban, arr. Bright: Carnival of Venice arr. Bright: That's a Plenty


November 8
Beethoven: Duo in C Major WoO 27 Grace Nakano, violin and Juan David Mejia, cello

Dvorak: "Dumky" Trio The Sky Islands Piano Trio-Emily Chao, violin and Juan David Mejia, cello and Evan Kory, piano

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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