Where might you savor performances by some of the world’s leading classical singers collaborating with accomplished regional arts groups, while enjoying moderate winter temperatures, breathtaking sunsets, and endless outdoor activities?
It’s the Tucson Desert Song Festival, a unique three-weekend blend of glorious singing in orchestral, chamber, choral, and solo formats along with related lectures and master classes in the warmth and charm of Arizona’s renowned desert resort region. Internationally celebrated soloists join the Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Chamber Artists, UApresents and other organizations, in conjunction with master classes and lectures in intimate settings at the University of Arizona School of Music. The second annual festival will sing out January 31 through February 16, 2014.
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Between the festival events, enjoy the many wonders of the Sonoran Desert and Southern Arizona—the perfect winter destination known for its mild temperatures, numerous golf courses, art galleries, sumptuous restaurants, and hiking in any of four mountain ranges. Nearby are historic and art-filled towns such as Tubac, Bisbee, and Patagonia, not to mention Kartchner Caverns and prime birding sites.