Each year, the Arizona State University School of Music, Dance and Theatre holds concerto and composition competitions with the aim of providing its top performers and composers the rare and covete
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Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre welcomes the members of the critically acclaimed Brooklyn Rider as the 2022–23 resident artists in the school’s prestigious Visiting Qu
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The PRISMS 2022 annual festival for experimental music features new compositions and music that is rarely performed, along with pre-concert talks, roundtab
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“Welcome to the front line of the war.”
A new art exhibit opening as a special engagement at Arizona State University depicts the richness of culture in the 20th century American South through the eyes of acclaimed folk artist John Daso.
Arizona State University's Sun Devil Marching Band teaches students much more than notes and rhythms.
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Students, faculty and alumni in Arizona State University’s School of Music, Dance and Theatre took home several awards at this year’s ariZoni Theatre Awards Celebration.