Keep Making Music AT Arizona



From the excitement of the spotlight, the cheers of our audience, and the glory of the repertoire, we keep making music.


We do not remember the countless hours of practice with millions of note repetitions and the overwhelmingly busy schedules, but we keep making music.


We recall the numerous auditions and try-outs resulting in both triumphant successes…and many, many failures, but through it all, we keep making music.


We remember the poetic, joyous, tender, and bittersweet moments of music performed to captivated audiences…because of this we keep making music.


The friendships gained, the refinement of our craft, the performance of timeless music that brings joy to audiences…for these, we keep making music.


We are inspired by our friends, great composers from the past and future, and the unattainable goals we constantly place before ourselves…for these, we keep making music.


This art that pushes us to our limits, requires our concentration, and jealously demands our time, rewards us with indescribable, fleeting musical moments. For all of this, we keep making music!



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