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Scottsdale Arts Names Gerd Wuestemann as New CEO

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona – Louisiana arts executive Gerd Wuestemann, D.M.A., has been appointed the new president and CEO of Scottsdale Arts.

HOLIDAY EVENTS — DECEMBER 2017

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts offers a wide variety of holiday shows in December — something to suit everyone’s taste — ranging from the tart-tongued Sister in Sister’s Christmas Catechism to masterful mariachis performing in A Merry-Achi Christmas to a singalong to the film Grease. Here’s what’s coming up: Sister’s Christmas…

KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS CONNECT LISTENERS WITH CLASSICAL COMPOSERS, THEIR WORKS

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.­ ­– Music may be a universal language, but sometimes it needs translating. Enter pianist Jeffrey Siegel, who speaks fluent music to thousands of classical fans in more than 20 cities annually. Siegel’s Keyboard Conversations®, a series of concerts-with-commentary, returns to Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts for the 39th season. In four appearances,…

ANSEL ADAMS IMAGES TAKE THE SPOTLIGHT AT SCOTTSDALE ARTS’ ANNUAL BENEFIT GALA

  ARTrageous Benefit Gala Images by Ansel Adams Commissioned symphonic work by Chris and Dave Brubeck  Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017 Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts 5 p.m. to midnight SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – The photographic genius of Ansel Adams paired with a commissioned symphonic work composed by Chris Brubeck and his late father, jazz legend…