Tócalo Tucson is a week-long chamber percussion and composition seminar held at the Fred Fox School of Music at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
In conjunction with our Chamber Percussion Program, Tócalo Tucson 2020 will again feature the “On the Precipice” Composition Residency Program. Please see all the details under the “PROGRAMS” header. Our 2020 guest faculty include Russell Hartenberger and the Quey Duo (Gene Koshinski and Tim Broscious). Both Russell and Gene will also work with composers in the composition program.
Over the course of eight days, program participants will work closely with faculty in small chamber settings preparing notable works for performance on two dedicated concerts in Crowder Concert Hall, Friday, June 12th (“On the Precipice” Composition Residency Concert), and Saturday, June 13th (Tócalo Tucson Chamber Percussion Concert), 2020. These concerts are FREE admission.
The daily schedule will include two to three different rehearsal blocks, and a masterclass presented by one of our guest artists. Over the course of the week, private lessons will also be provided to participants, and optional group hikes, and visits to local Tucson landmarks will also occur. Of course, there will be personal practice time throughout the day!
Ready to spend a week workshopping your composition, work with world-class composers and performers to get it just right, and hear your piece performed?
“On the Precipice” 2020 awaits…
Watch this space for our Call For Scores!
Ready to spend a week learning exciting literature, working with world-class teachers, and performing an amazing finale concert?
Tȯcalo Tucson 2020 awaits…
Applications will be live soon!
Chamber Music Fans!
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