Dansense – open dance showings


Dansense Nrtyabodya line drawing logo

Dansense – open dance showings

Dansense is working on an exciting new piece for its Prakriti production. Join us for an informal showing!

Ganesh and Kumaresh laugh to one another whilst playing their violins outdoors on a white bench

GK50 – Ganesh & Kumaresh

Here is a small perspective of the brothers talking about their journey! Kumaresh gets philosophical. “We talk about creating music, but the truth is, it is music that uses us as instruments. We are just able to connect to some force. Some call it ‘God’ or ‘divine power.’ But how do you explain the fact that people like what you play?” he asks. Ganesh agrees, “There are many who practice a lot but are unable to make that connection with the audience when they play. That’s why it’s called adhrishta. A lot of people think adhrishta means luck, but it actually means something that cannot be seen A-drishta.” “We naturally understand that there is something higher than us which is in operation. We are lucky that it is connected to us,” Kumaresh completes his brother’s thoughts. THE EVENT IS COMPLETELY FREE FOR STUDENTS UP TO 12th grade (student ID is needed at the entrance). CALLING YOUTH ARTISTS OF AZ – It’s a perfect way to end your Academic School year and welcome summer vacation!!! Experience Ganesh & Kumaresh, the musical legends who redefined the sound of music! Join us in the celebration of the amazing brothers’ 50-year musical journey TOGETHER – GK50.

Enparoxismo presents “Regreso al Cosmos” CD release party

Tati Crespo stands with her accordion at a mic onstage, joined by brass players, drummer and background singers

Tati Crespo y Las Chispas – Latin music

Costa Rican singer-songwriter Tatiana Crespo performs with her new band! Experience cumbias and folklorico to waltzes and bossa nova.

Navarang flyer with talent images and info

Navarang – Performance and Food Festival

Raag Raagini

North Indian sitar maestro Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan and South Indian Carnatic violinist Smt. Vijayalakshmi Lalgudi come together after seven years for this exclusive tour.


Globally-acclaimed singer Lamiae Naki was born in the ancient city of Fes, Morocco. Her ensemble Seffarine channel their profound knowledge of the music of the intersection of Middle Eastern, African and European cultures: both sides of the Straits of Gibraltar. From the ninth to 15th centuries these cultures coexisted in peace, bringing into being a musical alchemy that influenced the foundations of classical Arabic and European Renaissance music.


Flowing to electric from the acoustic and through Spanish, English and Portuguese lyrics, LADAMA is a group of four women—virtuosic musicians and educators—that are sisters in song, rhythm and spirit.

Acoustic Eidolon

Acoustic Eidolon features Joe Scott on double neck guitjo, an instrument he designed. Hannah Alkire on cello is the other half of the one-of-a-kind duo.