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4 - MASTERWORKS: Brandenburg, Jupiter (Friday, February 5 @ 7:30pm)

Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance
Tucson, AZ

Brandenburg, Jupiter and More Points of Interest Markus Huber, conductor Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 Stravinsky: Concerto in Eflat (Dumbarton Oaks) Ibert: Divertimento TSO Premiere Mozart: Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter” Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos are the epitome of complex, appealing Baroque works with the third presenting an integration of great beauty. The Brandenburgs inspired Stravinsky to craft an updated form in his concerto, Dumbarton Oaks, written during his “neo-classical” period. Jacques Ibert’s Divertimento is characteristic of the good nature and brilliance of his works, brimming with wit and high spirits. Mozart’s last symphony, “Jupiter,” is regarded by many as his greatest work. A showcase for all of his considerable talents, it ranks as one of the world’s grandest symphonies.

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SOLD OUT Savor Food & Wine Festival at the Tucson Botanical Gardens

Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance
Tucson, AZ

Indulge in the flavors of Southern Arizona’s culinary arts during this Southern Arizona Food and Wine Festival surrounded by the colorful floral blooms of the Tucson Botanical Gardens. This event is now SOLD OUT. NO DAY OF TICKETS will be available.

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5 - MASTERWORKS: Mendelssohn’s “Reformation” (Friday, March 4 @ 7:30pm)

Southern Arizona Arts and Cultural Alliance
Tucson, AZ

Mendelssohn’s “Reformation” James Feddeck, conductor Glinka: Valse-Fantasie TSO Premiere Mozart: Divertimento K. 136 Debussy: Children’s Corner TSO Premiere Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 5, “Reformation” Inspired by a romantic attraction, Glinka’s Valse-Fantasie transforms a waltz into an expansive symphonic poem with an incredible range of emotions. Mozart’s Divertimento shows how he can turn on the charm to compose a warm, elegant piece of music that was likely written for an intimate, winter evening party at a private home in Salzburg. Dedicated to his three-year old daughter, Debussy’s signature mellifluous melodies evoke childhood memories in the Children’s Corner. Mendelssohn’s Fifth Symphony, “Reformation,” ends the program on a celebratory note.

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