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Fridays with AZ Phil: Duo Catalina
Welcome to the sparkling sounds of Duo Catalina, with flutists Andrea Graves and Jeannette Moore, principal flutist of Arizona Philharmonic.
Be dazzled by everything from Bach to Broadway and Celine Dion to the Southwest while enjoying the Duo’s relaxed and engaging concert style. Incorporating both the brilliant sound of two flutes as well as the rich, full pairing of flute and alto flute, Duo Catalina is not to be missed.
Andrea Graves currently performs with the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Ponderosa Players, Duo Catalina, and new music concerts for the Northern Arizona University School of Music. As Associate Director of the NAU Student Service Center, Andrea is committed to student success and setting a new standard of customer service in campus navigation for Admissions, Financial Aid, Student Accounts, and the Registrar. As a flutist, Andrea has performed throughout the United States, in Central America and in the United Kingdom as a Yamaha Performing Artist. Her Progress Press publications feature new works for alto flute and piano and her recordings are with Crystal Records and Mark Moore Productions. She has performed at numerous Conventions of the National Flute Association and is currently a member of the Low Flutes Committee. Her previous faculty appointments include Western Illinois University School of Music, Texas Wesleyan University, Oklahoma Arts Institute, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, and Interlochen Arts Camp. She holds degrees from Texas Tech University (BM), The Juilliard School (MM), and The University of North Texas (DMA).
Flutist Jeannette Hirasawa Moore has appeared as soloist with the Toronto Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic, Ensemble Sir Ernest MacMillan and Hart House Orchestra. Originally from Canada, Jeannette lived in Toronto where she performed as principal flute of the Toronto Pops Orchestra, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony, Hamilton Philharmonic, and Toronto Philharmonic. She received both her Bachelor and Master of Music Degrees in Performance from the University of Toronto and studied with Douglas Stewart and Robert Aitken. In 1995 she toured the Far East with The Phantom of the Opera. Jeannette has served as Principal Flute of the Flagstaff Symphony since 2013, is also principal flute of the Arizona Philharmonic and Verde Valley Sinfonietta and performs with the chamber groups Ponderosa Players and Duo Catalina.
Fridays with AZ Phil concerts are limited seating, intimate chamber concerts presented on the third floor of the Elks Performing Arts Center. You enter through the door to the left of the Elks Theater box office.
Please arrive at 5:00 pm, grab some food (heavy hors d'oeuvres), and purchase a beverage, wine, or beer to enjoy. You will have time to chat before, in between, and after the music sets.
Music starts at 5:30 pm.
Seats are sold in groups of four (an entire table), in pairs, or as individuals. ADA compliant table seating is available to any party with at least one individual meeting ADA criteria for such seating. ADA seating may be purchased by others once all other tables of appropriate seating are filled or within one week prior to the concert date.
- $45 / single or ADA compliant seat
- $85 / pair of adjacent seats
- $160 / table of four seats
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Arizona Philharmonic: Inspirations
with Maria Flurry, Chris & Lena Jacome, and guest Toni Tennille
Our exciting concert, Inspirations, will feature Maria Flurry on marimba, Chris Jácome on flamenco guitar, Lena Jácome as flamenco dancer, and special guest Toni Tennille as narrator. We are looking forward to presenting these popular, crowd-favorite performers. This concert will feature the following pieces:
Constellations to Composition by selected Prescott youth
This piece will be the result of Arizona Philharmonic’s outreach program, in collaboration with the Jim and Linda Lee Planetarium. Under the guidance of musicians associated with Arizona Philharmonic, groups of youth will have the opportunity to compose orchestral music inspired by constellations. A selection of those will be chosen to become this suite for orchestra.
Frederick’s Fables by Michael Abels
Toni Tennille, Narrator
This is a narrated set of orchestral pieces based on four of Leo Lionni's stories about Frederick the Mouse and his friends. Included are the books Frederick, The Greentail Mouse, Theodore & the Talking Mushroom, and Alexander & the Wind-Up Mouse.
Impulso: Symphonic Dances for Marimba, Flamenco Guitar, and Dancer by Henry Flurry and Chris Jácome
with Maria Flurry, marimba; Chris Burton-Jácome, flamenco guitar; & Lena Jácome, flamenco dance.
The concept for Impulso: Concerto for Marimba, Flamenco Guitar, and Dancer has its origins in marimbist Maria Flurry’s interest in commissioning works that meld classical and world music. The resulting four movement work clearly reflects the mixture of classical and flamenco traditions. The arc of the work is inspired by the Spanish gypsy culture and their vibrant art form that evolved under centuries of oppression.
This is the first time this work will have been heard in Prescott in its entirety. Only the third movement Romance with marimbist Maria Flurry and guitarist Chris Burton-Jácome has previously been presented.
- Main Floor: $25 - $42
- Balcony: $25 - $46
- Box Seats: $42
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