• Welcome to ASU Kerr

    Welcome to ASU Kerr

  • Welcome to ASU Kerr

    Welcome to ASU Kerr

  • Las Cafeteras performing

    Welcome to ASU Kerr

Support ASU Kerr! Your contribution sustains our historic venue's mission of Connecting Communities and enables us to create free-to-the-public paid streaming gigs for artists.GIVE NOW


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UPCOMING ONLINE PROGRAMS

See all of ASU Cultural Affairs' digital programs at asugammage.com/digitalconnections

 **THESE FREE EVENTS ARE ONLINE-ONLY**
Tune in live via ASU Kerr's YouTube or FB Live:
https://youtube.com/asukerr
https://facebook.com/asukerr/live

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AJ Odneal poses with bright pink hair and glasses

AJ Odneal
Beams: a live online music series
Thursday, April 8 at 7 p.m.
Watch live at youtube.com/asukerr
or facebook.com/asukerr
Folk-pop songstress AJ Odneal is back and will be beaming to you live from ASU Kerr! We kicked off our first-ever Beams series show last April with Odneal performing from home, and we had to bring her to the venue to commemorate the past year of challenges, growth and discovery. Her jazz and pop-inspired folk music features soothing guitar and ukulele, blended with her clever lyrics and sweet, emotive voice. Watch online and chat with one of our favorite Beams artists!

 


 Marshall Shore smiles in aqua blue glasses

Coffee at Kerr – online edition
50 Years and Counting with Arizona Opera
Presented by Marshall Shore, Arizona’s Hip Historian
Wednesday, April 21 at 10:30 a.m.
Watch live at youtube.com/asukerr
or facebook.com/asukerr
Join Marshall Shore, Arizona’s Hip Historian, as we kick off Arizona Opera’s upcoming 50th anniversary season. Shore will take you through 50 years of Arizona’s state history, and begin our journey exploring Arizona Opera’s robust past. The program will conclude with a live performance from an Arizona Opera Artist. Watch and share your questions during this super celebration of Arizona and Arizona Opera!

 



man with bright light coming from the top of his head, in front of a cosmic starscape

gather: a live online storytelling series
In Your Dreams
Wednesday, April 28 at 6:30 p.m.
Watch live at youtube.com/asukerr
or facebook.com/asukerr
Circle up with guest host and cultural storyteller Travis May of the South Mountain Storytelling Institute, featured storytellers Kathy Cano-Murillo (The Crafty Chica) and Sulé Greg Wilson as they gather for true tales and a spirited Q&A featuring your awesome questions! The theme this month is “In Your Dreams.” Be a part of the gathering and listen, learn, chat and ask questions with our guests and your fellow amazing audience members.

 


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Rising Sun Daughter: Grace Rolland
Beams: a live online music series - one year anniversary!
Thursday, April 29 at 7 p.m.
Watch live at youtube.com/asukerr
or facebook.com/asukerr
We’re celebrating the Beams’ series first voyage around the sun with an ASU Kerr friend and fave, Rising Sun Daughter--the solo collaborative project of Grace Rolland. Her 2019 EP “I See Jane” landed among the top 10 PopMatters' folk albums of that year. Rolland has a long musical history, raised in a family of skilled musicians and music educators. Along with her serene, stirring voice, Rolland is classically trained on the cello, guitar and piano. Her history with ASU Kerr goes way back into her youth. Her father brought her to the venue to listen to his many bands and perform, and more recently she played with her beloved folk ensemble, Run Boy Run. Tune in live to chat, listen and toast to one year of livestreaming amazing Arizona musicians on Beams!





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ASU Kerr is a historic Valley venue that is part of ASU Cultural Affairs. Our small staff and facility strive to present a diverse mix of live music, storytelling and theater in order to share the unique perspectives of local, national and international artists. World music, indie folk, jazz, soul, baroque pop and more grace our stage each season. We currently produce free live streamed events to give greater access to music and storytelling programs, providing performance opportunities for artists and maintaining the connection between ASU Kerr, audiences, the arts and one another.

We are shouldering unprecedented costs in creating paid performance opportunities for artists that are free to the public during the venue's temporary hiatus. As a self-sustaining venue, our only income streams are ticket sales, rental bookings, concessions and the contributions of donors.

Consider helping sustain ASU Kerr with a donation to the venue. We are doing our best to bring the joy of music and the arts to you in new ways, and hope those able to financially support the venue's mission of Connecting Communities™ will do so. Your help is vital in ensuring that the shows will go on--online for now--and in person once it is safe for us to gather again.

GIVE NOW

 

Want to speak about a larger gift or include ASU Kerr in your estate planning? Contact Tim Walling at tim.walling@asu.edu or 480-965-9915 to learn more about how you can assist ASU Kerr at this important time!

 

Desktop users: hover over the "Shows" tab to see the drop-down menu, you'll find information for all of our Featured Artists shows, free daytime programs with ASU School of Music or Arizona Opera and ASU Kerr Welcomes performances in those subsections. 

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ASU Kerr Cultural Center, 6110 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ 85253
480-596-2660