Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s digital presence a game-changer beyond COVID-19 | Music

Emilee Geist

TSO ‘Up Close’ 2020-21 season What: Tucson Symphony Orchestra is taking its season to the virtual world Cost: Free Where: Streamed on tucsonsymphony.org and vimeo.com  The schedule: Unless noted, all programs will be online at 4 p.m.  TSO Plays, digital concerts Each concert also will feature digital previews by select artists discussing […]

TSO ‘Up Close’ 2020-21 season

What: Tucson Symphony Orchestra is taking its season to the virtual world

Cost: Free

Where: Streamed on tucsonsymphony.org and vimeo.com 

The schedule: Unless noted, all programs will be online at 4 p.m. 

TSO Plays, digital concerts

Each concert also will feature digital previews by select artists discussing the works to be played.

• TSO Concertmaster Lauren Roth with pianist John Milbauer performing works by Brahms, Oct. 16.

• Members of the TSO Wind and Brass Sections performing selections from Mozart’s Serenade for Winds, Nov. 13.

• Members of the TSO String, Wind and Brass Sections performing selections from Beethoven’s Septet, Dec. 4.

• Holiday concert with TSO Brass Quintet, Dec. 18.

• Mahler’s Piano Quartet with TSO ensemble, Jan. 22.

TSO Dialogues, digital interviews

TSO Conductor José Luis Gomez will lead the interviews and conversations with guest artists and members of the orchestra

• Cellist Amit Peled and TSO orchestra and artistic manager Ben Nisbet, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 25.

• Concertmaster Lauren Roth on “Life as a Concertmaster,” Oct. 9.

• Phoenix Symphony Conductor Tito Muñoz and Concertmaster Steven Moeckel on “The Conductor and Concertmaster Dynamic; Orchestras in Arizona,” Oct. 23.

• Bassoonist Martin Kuuskmann on the Music of Mozart and the TSO Resident Artist Initiative, Nov. 6.

• Victor Valenzuela, Mozart’s Wind Music and the life of a horn player, Nov. 17.

• TSO Principal Clarinet Dario Brignoli on the Music of Beethoven, and the life of a principal player, Dec. 8.

• Conductor Paavo Järvi on “The Music of Beethoven, The Life of an International Conductor,” Dec. 15.

• TSO Music Director José Luis Gomez and Orchestra and Artistic Manager Ben Nisbet with author Norman Lebrecht on “The Life and Music of Gustav Mahler,” TBA.

TSO Discusses: TSO Digital Explorations

• Maestro Gomez and Nisbet discuss Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and the new TSO Listening Club, Dec. 11.

• Gomez and Nisbet discuss Norman Lebrecht’s “Why Mahler?” with the TSO Book Club, TBA.

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