Among the many voices of street performers and artists at downtown Phoenix's First Friday, an ASU professor will hold a poetry reading that aims to educate audiences about the loss of love, death and other inevitabilities in life.
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Putting art into action: Four of Herberger’s finest to bring their passion for classical music to the stage
ASU's prestigious string quartet has spent the last few weeks exploring the works of Beethoven and Schumann in the hope of spreading its music within the ASU community.
Two ASU students are coming together to lead a chamber orchestra in a concert filled with wild and fiery music on Nov. 16.
Saxophone quartet with over 25 years of experience to bring wide repertoire of music to ASU this week
ASU faculty member Christopher Creviston, along with the other three members of the musical group Capitol Quartet, will be embarking on a journey through classical and avant garde music at their concert on Wednesday.
A two-piece guitar group, Kithara Duo, is coming to ASU’s Tempe Campus to share their passion for classical guitar music with students and the surrounding community through a live performance.
As apart of her doctoral degree in music, ASU student Lauren Berman is directing her take on the operetta “Cendrillon” created by Pauline Viardot to highlight the talent of undergraduates and put female composers at the forefront.
ASU’s only all-female a cappella group, The Pitchforks, set out to prove that they need nothing more than their voices to create quality music. The choir of 14 talented young women have had a strong start this semester and do not plan on slowing down.
Third-year music performance student Ramon Garavito, Jr. goes far beyond expectations in preparation for his fourth undergraduate tuba recital. On Saturday, Oct. 29, Garavito will get the chance to wow audiences with his tuba playing once again.
An up-and-coming EDM artist brings his soothing sounds to the Phoenix area. Music producer and DJ Gryffin kicks off his Whole Heart Tour in Tempe on Thursday.
ASU’s Concert Jazz Band and Jazz Repertory Band will come together for a night of classical and contemporary musical exploration this week.
Two dance professors from ASU’s School of Film, Dance and Theatre seek to inspire and enlighten audiences with their rhythmical dance performance "Jai Ma" on Thursday. Unlike most dance productions, "Jai Ma" features a mother in her final week of pregnancy and explores the concepts of life, the limitations of pregnancy and birth through movement.
The Council of Arabic and Islamic Studies is kicking off September with its bi-annual Arabic Film and Poetry Series, a public forum that combats the stigma associated with Islam by showing the artistic and cultural aspects of Arabic culture.
Experienced travel writer and photographer Paula Cullison has brought yet another photography collection to ASU. Her new exhibit "To Cuba With Love" currently adorns the walls of the Fletcher Library at ASU’s West Campus.
Living in and around a college town, students are bombarded with entertainment outlets — movies, sporting events, art gallery openings and more. While each student is unique, one common ground bonds them all: music.