The Metal Arts Village is hosting the 1st ever Tucson Godzilla Fest!
“Come join us for an atomic blast filled evening!
A family friendly event for new and old fans alike. The first 50 people will receive a souvenir at the door. We will be discussing Kaiju films, and giant monster television shows and games. Additionally anyone who is interested in collecting figures we will have special panels talking about the figures, contests with prizes, local artists with special prints for sale, and much, much more!
If you are a Local Arizona Artist or Creative and want to contribute, collaborate or is interested in hosting a table please feel free to contact us! “
Tucson Metal Arts Village is at 3230 N. Dodge Blvd., north of NE corner of Dodge and Ft. Lowell Rd.
Hope to see you there!https://www.facebook.com/events/888065188219513/
Tucson Repertory Orchestra presents Chamber Music Concert in support of the Japan Tour 2019.
“Any proceeds from this concert will go to funding Japan Tour 2019. 27 Members of TRO will perform in Osaka, Okayama, Nagoya and Hiroshima between July 6 – July 13 while collaboration with local musicians. In Osaka, Reiko Shimokawa, who performed the Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto will be the featured soloist, in Nagoya, Ayla Takeda Moreno, a 7 year old who has already won several concert competitions in Tucson will perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.1. In Hiroshima, we will perform with the principal cellist of the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, Martin Stanzeleit on Schumann Cello Concerto, and his wife, Ryoko Nomura will perform the 1st movement of the Emperor Concerto.
June 22@3pm at Rincon Congregational Church, 122 N. Craycroft RD. We will feature movements from String Quartets by Brahms, Chadwick, Dvorak, Ravel, and works by Gabaye for woodwinds. Admissions are by donations. Please make your donations at https://tucsonrepertoryorchestra.org/donate/ or send your check payable to Tucson Repertory Orchestra to