Yavapai Live! First Week Starts Today Featured

It’s the Yavapai Live! Opening Concert with Duo Catalina

Big Idea 

  • Yavapai Live is beginning a streaming entertainment series
  • This stream is free, although voluntary donations are encouraged to help support the concerts
  • Every weekend in October, November and December, there will be a new feature
  • The performances are at 3:30 PM (Mountain Time) on Sundays, with an encore performance on Thursdays at 7 PM
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This is the first week of Yavapai Live!

This week’s broadcast: Duo Catalina @ the Highlands Center, presented by AZ PHIL 

Yavapai Live! Debuts Today with a broadcast of Arizona Philharmonic's Music Without Walls concert. This is a free broadcast of Duo Catalina's concert at the Highlands Center, recorded by the crew of Yavapai College Performing Arts Center.

Find out more about Duo Catalina here.

Sunday, October 4 at 3:30 PM

Encore streaming Thursday, October 8 at 7 PM

Duo Catalina, with flutists Andrea Graves and Jeannette Moore, presents a concert of sparkling and sublime music at the Kiwanis Amphitheater of the Highlands Center for Natural History.  From Chopin to Debussy, opera to Broadway, gigue to tango - Duo Catalina incorporates both the brilliant sound of two flutes as well as the rich, full pairing of flute and alto flute.

You can donate to the AZ PHIL to support these concerts. 

You can also donate to Yavapai College Performing Arts Center 

About Yavapai Live!

For the next few months, during the COVID-19 lockdown, Yavapai Live! Is turning the county’s biggest stage into a live streaming opportunity for a variety of soloists and musical ensembles to freely share their music online. 

It’s a way for performers to meet new audiences, and for people to discover new favorites through the magic of the internet. 

According to the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s website, "Yavapai Live is part of Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s commitment to provide accessible arts entertainment to the community during the COVID-19 lockdown. YCPAC will celebrate local artists by offering a performance platform, and dedicate a portion of viewer donations to support future artists.

In October, Yavapai Live! Is celebrating some of the remarkable resident artists in the Arizona Philharmonic as well as faculty and staff musicians from Yavapai College. The performances are free to stream and enjoy, although voluntary and optional donations are appreciated. 

Yavapai Live! Schedule for October

Yavapai Live! website

Duo Catalina, flautists 

October 4, 3:30 PM
October 8, 7 PM

Benita Rose, pianist

October 11, 3:30 PM
October 15, 7 PM

Quartet Sabaku, string quartet

October 18, 3:30 PM
October 22, 7 PM

Billie Bruley, tenor, accompanied by Kristie Janczyk

October 25, 3:30 PM
October 29 7 PM

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