What to expect in 2022-23
You’ll hear highlights from the first 19 seasons, including a piece played at the very first concert (watch Warren’s full video to find out which one). Former Concertmaster Christiano Rodrigues will return to play the Schumann Violin Concerto. You’ll hear a string orchestra play entirely on open strings.
We’re teaming with the ASU Center for Jewish Studies to bring back author and radio host Martin Goldsmith for a spectacular multimedia program that opens with the movie Winter Journey, one man’s story of love, music and resiliency in an all-Jewish orchestra amid the persecution of 1930s Germany. In the second half, MusicaNova performs the last piece the Jewish orchestra rehearsed, Nielsen’s Inextinguishable Symphony, and is joined by local choirs for Sibelius’ magnificent Finlandia.
Continuing our commitment to encouraging young classical musicians from underserved communities, we’re planning a joint concert with Harmony Project Phoenix featuring the music of Arturo Marquez and other south-of-the-border composers.
We look forward to seeing you in the audience.
We ask for your continued financial support. Unlike most community orchestras in the Valley, we pay our musicians. Combined with the opportunity to play fresh repertoire, this attracts the best musicians in the Valley. You enjoy fine performances as a result.
But ticket sales and grants don’t cover all the costs of bringing you these wonderful concerts. We depend on you to make up the difference.
To celebrate our 20th anniversary, please join our 20 Days for 20 Seasons fund-raiser. Give $20, if that’s what you can afford. Or $120. Or $200. Or more.
And we’ll share mementos from our first two decades with you (while supplies last):
Every donation helps. Every donation makes it possible for us to bring you the best in new, unjustly neglected and familiar music, with a twist.
You can make donations online at this link or send a check to MusicaNova, 610 E. Bell Road, Suite 2-552, Phoenix, AZ 85022.
MusicaNova is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and donations are tax deductible.
Thank you for your support!
MusicaNova Concerts in the 2022-2023 season are supported by the Arizona Commission on the Arts, Scottsdale Arts, the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, the Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix, ASU Center for Jewish Studies, Phoenix Holocaust Association, the Arizona Jewish Historical Society, and generous donations from Hannah Selznick/The Oboe Fairy and John and Liz McKinnon.
MusicaNova enriches our community by playing new, neglected, and familiar classical music. We bring you the greatest music you’ve never heard – yet!
Help support our mission by donating today. MusicaNova is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and your donation is tax-deductible.
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