El Paso Pro-Musica kicks off the 2022 Chamber Music Festival with incredible Concerts, the return of Bach’s Lunch at the El Paso Museum of Art and the 16th annual collaboration with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra.
“We hope to continue presenting outstanding music performances with the safety of our patrons as the number one priority,” said Artistic Director Zuill Bailey.
Bach’s Lunch, the Free Noon Concert on Thursday at the El Paso Museum of Art returns this week. The Concert will be “in-person,” following City of El Paso Covid Protocols of encouraging masking and social distancing.
The Concert in the C-2 Gallery, will feature a new commission, “Under the Painted Skies,” music inspired by the colors of the southwest and composed by Dr. Dominic Dousa, along with Clarinetist Dr. James Logan of the UTEP Department of Music.
El Paso Pro-Musica celebrates the annual collaboration with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra with “Double Trouble,” featuring Grammy Award winning cellist Zuill Bailey and renowned violinist Helen Kim, performing the Brahms Double Concerto.
The Concerts are set for Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the Plaza Theater. Tickets are available at epso.org
“Concerto Sunday,” features Zuill Bailey, violinist Helen Kim and pianist Dominic Dousa performing the exciting music of Spain and more. The matinee performance will begin at 2:00 p.m. at UTEP’s Fox Fine Arts Recital Hall.
Tickets are available at eppm.org
, or by calling the EPPM Office at 915-747-8163. Tickets are also available at the door. All Student Tickets are $5.00.