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Co-presented with the ASU School of Music – music.asu.edu
The ASU School of Music joins ASU Kerr in presenting free, informative and entertaining concerts that feature performances and commentary by faculty members, students and community members. We encourage patrons to contribute a suggested donation of $5 and bring a can of food or a sealed personal item to be donated to Vista del Camino Food Bank.
Please call the Box Office at 480.596.2660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org per the date listed with each performance.
We thank Magnolia Blossom Catering for providing refreshments. magnoliablossomcatering.com
RSVP beginning September 12, 2017
Selected students from the international piano studio of ASU professor Robert Hamilton will perform
classics from the piano repertoire.
RSVP beginning October 10, 2017
The students of Danwen Jiang present a studio E435 violin recital.
RSVP beginning October 24, 2017
Performance of outstanding students from Dr. Baruch Meir's studio.
RSVP beginning November 28, 2017
Saxophonist Christopher Creviston and pianist Hannah Creviston present a variety of music for saxophone and piano,
including beautiful romantic works and edgy new compositions.
RSVP beginning January 2, 2018
ASU Tuba Euphonium Fun! Join the ASU tuba euphonium students and their director, Dr. Deanna Swoboda,
for an enjoyable and entertaining mix of popular, classical and jazz styles.
RSVP beginning January 23, 2018
Please join the ASU Collaborative piano studio and their vocal and instrumental friends as they present
Encore: A program featuring shorter works designed to excite the senses. From virtuosic showpieces
to heartfelt lyrical works, this concert will get you on your feet!
RSVP beginning February 27, 2018
James DeMars and his students perform premier, new music compositions.
RSVP beginning March 27, 2018
Members of the ASU School of Music Percussion program present a concert of music for pitched percussion instruments. Included will be works for soloists and ensembles featuring the marimba, a member of the percussion family that consists of pitched wooden bars suspended over metal resonators (tubes which amplify each bar's prevailing pitch). Two distinct tonal characteristics are generated when the bars are struck: rhythmic attacks and warm resonance. As a result, performers are able to create both beat-driven music as well as lush harmonies and song-like melodies.
Tuesday Morning Music and Tea and Coffee at Kerr are proudly presented as a community service, but these series are not presented without cost. Your gift of support helps ASU Kerr continue to provide these and other community services at low or no cost to you and your neighbors.
You can help ensure the future of this and other community programs at ASU Kerr. Please stop by the Kerr box office or call Julianne Mate at 480-965-1910 for more information.