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Chamber Music Sedona is pleased to announce the first concert of its 37th season — “Star of the Guitar,” performed by award-winning classical guitarist Ana Vidovic. Held at 3:00 p.m. on November 24, 2019 at Sedona’s Creative Life Center, Star of the Guitar will dazzle audiences with solo guitar pieces by composers ranging from Johann Sebastian Bach to Mauro Giuliani to Astor Piazzolla. To learn more and purchase tickets, visit.
Considered to be taking her place among the world’s elite musicians, Croatian-born classical guitarist Ana Vidovic has garnered praise for her flawless technique, beautiful tone, well-defined phrasing and thoughtful musicianship. As a former child prodigy, she was performing internationally by the age of 11 and became the youngest student to ever attend the prestigious National Musical Academy in Zagreb at age 13. Her growing acclaim across Europe led to an invitation to study at the Peabody Conservatory with legendary guitarist Manuel Barrueco. Since then, Vidovic has delivered over 1,000 public performances at leading venues worldwide. She regularly appears at festivals, recitals and concerto engagements in most of Europe’s cultural hubs, including Amsterdam, Brussels, Budapest, Copenhagen, London, Oslo, Paris, Rome, Salzburg, Vienna, Warsaw and Zagreb. Outside of Europe, her tours have taken her to countries such as Australia, Brazil, Israel, Japan, Korea and Mexico, as well as numerous cities across the U.S
Internationally Recognized Sedona Bamboo Flute Player – Jesse Kalu
Sunday, December 1st, at 2:00 pm
Jesse’s intimate performance will take place in the Red Rock State Park theater and will last approximately one hour including a question and answer session at the conclusion of the music performance. This heartfelt presentation includes a unique mixture of bamboo flutes, poetry, story, and nature voices. Jesse’s presentations touch his audiences in unique ways. Each of his flutes has it’s own name and song. Emanating through his handcrafted flutes are the wildlife calls of doves, quails, loons, hawk, owl, seagulls, dolphins, whales, coyotes, wolf, elk and more. Jesse Kalu has been sharing his music throughout the world since 1994.
Jesse performs regularly in the Sedona area. He utilizes a wide-variety of bamboo flutes sweeping from the soprano to bass ranges, all made by his own hand. Many who hear his music praise his ability to imbue his creations with the deep connecting spirit of the natural world.
Regular park admission fees are required on the day of the event: $7 per adult (ages 14+), $4 per youth (ages 7 – 13), and children 6 and under are free. However, seating is limited and reservations are required. Call the park to reserve your seats in the theater, (928) 282-6907. Red Rock State Park. 4050 Red Rock Loop Rd. Sedona, AZ.
Celebrating the native cultural heritage of North and South America and the South Pacific, Living Legends presents a vibrant spectacle of energy, music, costume, and dance. As they take the stage, talented performers of native descent capture the rhythms of Polynesia, portray the fascinating legends of Native American people, and dazzle the senses with the energy of Latin America. Both the lavish costumes and the intricate choreography are authentic representations of the showcase cultures.