Having to become a caregiver for a family member isn’t a job taken on easily but with love and sacrifice. Two Valley musicians who have been playing as a duo for about two years saw a need and are filling it.
Pianist Jeffrey Siegel suffered a hand injury in a fall last September and that meant having to reschedule some of his Keyboard Conversation ® series in twenty cities including Scottsdale.
It’s January and in the valley that means it’s time for the Arizona Bach Festival which starts this weekend with the sensational Grammy winning guitarist we enjoy quite often on K-Bach, Jason Vieaux. Our Sterling Beeaff sat down with Scott Youngs who, in addition to being the founder of the festival, is the president of the board AND is Director of music and organist at All Saints Episcopal, where the festival began years ago.
For information and tickets go to arizonabachfestival.org.
This Sunday evening the Scottsdale Center for the Arts welcomes pianist Tanya Bannister, a Concert Artist Guild Competition and New Orleans International Piano compe
This Sunday evening the Scottsdale Center for the Arts will present the Tempest Trio, who in addition to enjoying a growing reputation for great playing are enjoying the company of a legendary instrument used by cellist Amit Peled. Our Sterling Beeaff spoke with him and has the story…