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Guitarman Esteban Strumming Softly Through COVID-19

For artists like Esteban, the show must go on, despite the cancelation of live concerts because of the novel coronavirus. “I’m not playing a lot of gigs,” said Esteban. “I’m doing a lot of recordings now. And I’m doing a lot of YouTube stuff because all my gigs canceled. You know, I had 45 gigs […]

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NAU Reaching New Octaves with Multi-Million Dollar Sound of Music

Envisioning an anticipated $15 million expansion of the Northern Arizona University Performing and Fine Arts Center as a “…cultural front door to the main university campus,” President Rita Cheng announced a new vision for the NAU School of Music. Speaking before almost 200 supporters of music during a special late February event at the renowned […]

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Music Setting the Party Mood

In the steady stream of details that go into planning a dream wedding, picking the music sometimes gets pushed to the back of the list. This can be a big mistake, since having the right music at a wedding often means the difference between a ho-hum event and a truly unforgettable occasion. In an effort […]

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Chamber Music Sedona’s Opera Saturday

Chamber Music Sedona continues its 30th Anniversary season with a December Triple-Header and the award-winning series: The Met: Live in HD. Live simulcasts from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City will be broadcast at 11am on December 8th and December 15th at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, Sedona. December […]

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Chamber Music Sedona’s 30th Season Beginning

Celebrating thirty years of presenting great live performances Chamber Music Sedona kicks-off its 30th Anniversary season 10am Saturday, October 13 with the Metropolitan Opera’s live simulcast of Gaetano Donizetti’s opera L’Elisir d’Amore at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road. Special parking arrangements are in place for the opera and patrons are reminded to visit www.SedonaMetInHD.org for […]

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Chamber Music Opening 30th Season

Chamber Music Sedona kicks off its thirtieth season with two performances of The Met: Live in HD at the Sedona Performing Arts Center, 995 Upper Red Rock Loop Road, Saturday, October 13 with L’Elisir d’Amore by Gaetano Donizetti, and Saturday October 27 with Verdi’s Otello.             “The Met: Live in HD has proven to be a wonderful addition to Sedona’s cultural landscape,” […]

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Summer Festivals Bolstering Economy

Website editor’s note: Memorial Day Weekend marks the start of festival season in Northern Arizona. In addition to several events memorializing fallen military men and women, there are numerous other events in the high country. Art in the Park is held at Wheeler Park in Downtown Flagstaff and the 19th Annual Zuni Festival is at […]

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Erasable Color in Concert

Flagstaff Cultural Partners is proud to present the fresh sounds of Erasable Color. The concert will take place on Sunday, April 29, 2012 at 2:00pm in the indoor listening theater at the Coconino Center for the Arts with a pre-concert talk at 12:30pm. Erasable Color is a fresh and vibrant musical presence in Northern Arizona. […]

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Sedona Film Festival Unveiling New Theatre

As mid February approaches, construction crews are working furiously to complete the Mary D. Fisher Theatre. Funded primarily by philanthropist and activist Mary Fisher, the plush theatre will feature state of the art audio and visual technology, enhancing the film viewing experience. The executive director of the Sedona International Film Festival, Patrick Schweiss, is brimming […]

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