Thursday, December 5 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $27 Premium | $23 Reserved | $20 General Admission | $10 Students | $4 Discount for seniors, military
The young and rapidly-rising classical music star Ang Li is considered one of the top 30 pianists in the world. Her remarkably fluid style and extensive repertoire, ranging from early Baroque to contemporary music, has made Li an ASU Kerr favorite. Her impressive resume of performances at top venues such as Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center and Lincoln Center give a special allure to this up-close-and-personal show. In this program, Li celebrates the 100th Anniversary of Wagner and Britten’s birth, performing Wagner’s operatic selections transcribed by Liszt and solo works by Britten and other composers.
Young Sounds - The Future of Jazz
Thursday, February 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $12 General Admission | $9 Students
The prodigious youth musicians return for their second show of the season.
Dave Stamey, premier cowboy entertainer
Thursday, February 20 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $28 Premium | $25 Reserved | $20 General Admission | $10 Student | $4 Discount for seniors, military
Premier Western music entertainer Dave Stamey has been a cowboy, mule packer and dude wrangler. The accomplished musician, singer, songwriter and storyteller was named Best Living Western Solo Musician in 2010 by True West Magazine and is one of the most highly-awarded Western artists by the Western Music Association, earning honors as Entertainer of the Year four times and Songwriter of the Year five times. Fresh off the release of Live at the Roadhouse, Stamey will perform songs and stories.
Pamela Rose presents Wild Women of Song
Friday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $31 Premium | $29 Reserved | $25 General Admission | $10 Students | $4 Discount for seniors, military
Jazz and blues lovers will adore Pamela Rose’s Wild Women of Song. Rose captivates with this showpiece celebrating the lives, times and music of the Tin Pan Alley era’s female songwriters. With superb storytelling and musicianship, Rose artfully delivers a cultural retrospective while treating the audience to an unforgettable live jazz and blues concert. The show has been featured at Monterey Jazz Festival, San Francisco Jazz Festival, Stanford Jazz Workshop and The Grammy Museum. Rose is joined by Tammy Hall (piano), Ruth Davies (bass), Kristen Strom (sax) and Kent Bryson (drums).
Tetra String Quartet presents Maurice Ravel’s string quartet
Friday, March 21 at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets: $30 Premium | $28 Reserved | $25 General Admission | $10 Students | $4 Discount for seniors, military
Hailed for their engaging, energetic performances and their ability to master music of any style or genre, Tetra String Quartet has built a worldwide reputation for astounding audiences. As brilliant young advocates of chamber music, Tetra strives to make performance experiences relevant for any listener by sharing music of all kinds in both new and traditional venues. Passionate educators, the members of Tetra String Quartet are faculty associates at Arizona State University where they teach the course "Chamber Music for Non-Majors."