'Baroque to the Future' at Musical Instrument Museum
Piano soloist Sharon Hui at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
Maestro Warren Cohen
Terry Riley's "In C," performed casually at MIM.
Composition Fellow Quinn Mason visits with a music class at Tempe High School
Kicking off the holiday season at Scottsdazzle on the Scottsdale Waterfront
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MusicaNova enriches our community by playing new, neglected, and familiar classical music. We bring you the greatest music you’ve never heard – yet!

Thank you for a great season! Next up: Our 20th anniversary year

The 2021-22 season wrapped up with a brilliant performance of the world premiere of the 1878 version of Anton Bruckner’s Fourth Symphony. Thanks to everyone who came out to hear it and all the rest of our concerts this season.

Next year marks MusicaNova’s 20th anniversary! Watch here for announcements of the truly amazing programs and new, neglected and familiar music coming your way as we celebrate this milestone together.

In the meantime, enjoy a few memories of 2021-22…

New and neglected works and interpretations of the classics: music you won’t hear anywhere else in Arizona
A showcase for extraordinarily talented soloists under 18, performing in an extended recital setting.
Free, family-friendly events presenting a wide variety of musical styles, performed by accomplished artists.
Outreach, mentoring composers, and collaborating with student-musicians for the joy of great music.

MusicaNova believes in the future of great music …
if you do too, please support our mission with a donation

MusicaNova Concerts in the 2021-2022 Season are supported by grants from the Arizona Commission on the ArtsScottsdale Arts, the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, Tempe Arts Grants and generous donations from Hannah Selznick/The Oboe Fairy and John and Liz McKinnon.