Czech master jazz pianist Emil Viklický will bring his traditional style of straight-ahead jazz to ASU Kerr and perform a Super Bowl weekend kickoff concert! Joining Viklický will be bassist Chris Finet and former drummer for Jimmy Smith and George Benson, Dowell Davis from New Orleans.
“Welcome to Indian Country” is an evening celebrating Native culture through music and storytelling. A world-class musical ensemble of five is joined by storyteller and Washington State Poet Laureate, Rena Priest. Together they weave new songs and compositions with poignant and witty poetry and satire.
Coffee events are part of a series of free, informal presentations featuring Arizona Opera performers and guest musicians. Coffee and refreshments are served by Renegade Coffee in the Crescendo Garden at 9:30am. Events begin at 10:30am.
The ASU School of Music joins ASU Kerr in presenting free, informative and entertaining concerts that feature performances and commentary by faculty members and graduate and doctoral students. We encourage patrons to contribute a suggested donation of $5 and bring a can of food or sealed personal item to be donated to Vista del Camino Food Bank.
Hosts Brenda Foley and Will Rogers use musical theater to spark curiosity about everyday topics from food to the environment in this innovative musical cabaret/talk show and newsletter. Join us for live performances by the Valley’s top talent and conversations with the area’s most engaging minds.
LP and the Vinyl was born when famed jazz, blues and gospel vocalist Leonard Patton joined forces with the critically adored Danny Green Trio. The band’s wide influences include the best of jazz, rock, R&B, Brazilian music, classical music and '80s and '90s tunes. Mixing many styles, LP and The Vinyl has a jazz-forward sound charged with vibrance and emotion.