Tucson Baroque Music Festival

Tucson Baroque Music Festival

Avi Stein, Artistic Director
Featuring Nola Richardson, soprano, and Tyler Duncan, baritone

February 10–12, 2023*

Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church | 2331 E. Adams St, Tucson, AZ   Google Map

Tickets & Subscriptions

Presented with the generous support of the Tucson Desert Song Festival.
Nola Richardson, soprano (photo by Suzanne Vinnik), and Tyler Duncan, baritone (photo by Tatiana Daubek)

“Across the Alps” — Baroque Influences from Italy
Friday, February 10 at 7:00 pm

“Heaven and Earth” — Music of J. S. Bach
Saturday, February 11 at 3:00 pm

“Apollo and Daphne” — Music of G. F. Handel
Sunday, February 12 at 3:00 pm

*These performances are rescheduled from January 28–30, 2022. Did you choose to keep your ticket(s) for one or more of these postponed concerts, and wish to subscribe to the rest of our 2022–2023 season? If so, you can purchase a 5-Concert Subscription, which includes the other concerts. Questions? Contact us for assistance.

About the Festival

Arizona Early Music’s first-ever festival is a celebration of the Baroque, featuring soprano Nola Richardson and baritone Tyler Duncan. Curated and led by virtuoso keyboardist and specialist of Baroque vocal repertoire Avi Stein, the Tucson Baroque Music Festival will take audiences on a three- day journey through some of the Baroque’s finest musical offerings.