Concert Series: Arts at Nativity

Written by Ilona Kubiaczyk-Adler on Sep 02, 2015

We are thrilled to present the third season of Arts at Nativity! Arts at Nativity website

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  1. Sunday, October 1 at 2 pm – Joseph Wytko, Saxophone
  2. Sunday, October 22 at 2 pm – Qais Essar, Rabab
  3. Sunday, November 12 at 2pm – Veterans Day Concert FREE
  4. Sunday, December 10 at 2 pm – Christmas Celebration with Choral Ensemble under Michael Frongillo
  5. Sunday, December 17 at 2 pm – Excerpts from Handel’s Messiah FREE-WILL DONATION
  6. Monday, January 15 at 7 pm – Martin Luther King Day Gospel Concert FREE
  7. Sunday, February 11 at 2 pm – Valentines in Vienna – Operatic Duet
  8. Sunday, March 11 at 2 pm – Orchesographie: The Renaissance Dances
  9. Sunday, April 15 at 2 pm –  Grand Canyon University Trio

TICKETS: $20 – general admission; $5 – students and children 12 & up
SEASON PASSES offered through October 1: $100 – general admission; $25 – students and children 12 & up

A Note from Ilona Kubiaczyk-Adler, Artistic Director

The third season of Arts at Nativity is here! As in the previous years we are mixing old and new, classical music of the West and East with folk and jazz. We are thrilled to announce that we secured some of the finest, most recognized and internationally acclaimed artists from the Valley.

Joseph Wytko’s “vivid projection, effortless precision, charm and savoir–faire” were praised by the New York Times, and the Arizona Republic described him simply as “flawless.” Qais Essar’s recent appearances at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and at the Sikh Heritage Month festival in Toronto, Canada, have expanded the reach of his unique musical message. American opera singers tenor Mitchell Sturges and soprano Dori Scholer will bring their broad performing experience gained also at European stages.
We will celebrate Christmas with a passionate and energetic concert of Vocal Ensemble under UofA alumnus Michael Frongillo, and with a performance of excerpts from Handel’s “Messiah” following the well-established American Yuletide tradition. Solis Camerata choir, comprised of some of the finest singers in the Valley, will collaborate with Bartholomew Faire to bring a program of early dance music. Grand Canyon University Trio will saturate our senses with refined classical music for clarinet, bassoon and piano.

Don’t miss our annual Veterans and Martin Luther King Day celebrations!
Our space is intimate; you will have an opportunity to hear and see the artists up close as they perform. After each concert, enjoy refreshments and a time to talk with performers and fellow listeners. We look forward to seeing you!

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