|PHOENIX —MusicaNova Orchestra, the innovative Valley group know for performances of new, unjustly neglected and familiar music, returns this fall with live and streamed performances.|
The schedule includes a variety of programs from the “appetizer” of a fascinating piece for nine trombones – played by a single musician – to launch the fall season in November. The MusicaNova Orchestra follows with several live small-ensemble performances, The Classical Lounge Series, hosted by the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. The Classical Lounge Series is curated by MusicaNova’s Music Director Warren Cohen and features MusicaNova’s musicians, composers and compositions.
In the new year, MusicaNova Orchestra will return to live performance on Jan. 31 at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts with its inspiring concert “On Wings of Hope” and the glorious Stabat Mater on March 28 at Scottsdale Presbyterian Church.
Additional concerts including the MusicaNova Orchestra Concert Series at the MIM, its Young Artist Recitals concerts and its Free Community Concerts will be announced at a future date.
Please visit musicanovaaz.org for full details on programs, tickets and safety protocols for the season.
Your orchestra was featured prominently in an Arts & Entertainment cover story in today’s Arizona Republic.
The article quotes MNO president Robert Leger: “One advantage of being a smaller organization, Leger said, is you can pivot pretty quickly.”