Where hip meets historical
ASU Kerr is a historic Valley venue that presents a diverse mix of live music, storytelling and theater. Find us in Scottsdale for intimate shows in the funky former home of Louise Lincoln Kerr.
Tuesday Morning Music and Tea – Duo Hybrids: Elizabeth Buck and Magda Schwerzmann, Flutes
Wood, metal, large, small, east, west – music for flutes, old and new, with Elizabeth Buck and Magda Schwerzmann.
Benefit Concert for the Children of Ukraine
American youth performing to raise funds for children affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine. All proceeds from the auction and concert will go directly to support children in need.
Coffee at Kerr with Arizona Opera – Frankenstein
Embracing Shelley’s original text, Frankenstein gives poignant voice to the Creature’s struggle and lays bare the horror of alienation and “otherness” with exquisite nuance. At the core of this heartbreaking tale lies an exquisitely wrought plea to look deeper within ourselves to find our commonality and to uphold our responsibility to one another.
Embrace the Unexpected
Built in the late 1940s and 1950s, the adobe house of Louise Lincoln Kerr is a funky, unexpected space to hear live music in the heart of Scottsdale. The brainchild of a trailblazing violist and composer, ASU Kerr is a place for adventurous music lovers to discover fearless and surprising artists in a relaxed, eclectic space.
Rooted in Louise’s tradition of inviting musicians and guests to relax and enjoy her picturesque Southwestern home, we invite you to hang out, discover something new and embrace the unexpected.