July 11, 2022

Arts & Culture

Three Musicians: A Cello, a Flute and a Clarinet – Arizona Philharmonic

In the past, Marguerite Salajko (cello), Mary Jackson (clarinet), and Jeannette Hirasawa Moore (flute) have played together in the full Arizona Philharmonic, but never teamed to form a chamber group. In fact, these three instruments are an unusual instrumental combination for chamber music. Mary Jackson, a founding member of AZ Phil, worked with Executive Director Henry Flurry to choose the overall musical program.  Mary


Arizona Water Protection Fund Accepting Applications for Fiscal Year 2023 Grant Cycle

The Arizona Water Protection Fund (AWPF) supports projects that develop or implement on the ground measures that directly maintain, enhance and restore Arizona’s river and riparian resources. The AWPF Commission will be accepting applications for the Fiscal Year 2023 grant cycle, and will award grants under three categories: capital projects, research, and water conservation. The


ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration to Host NASA Webb Telescope’s First Images

On Tuesday July 12, NASA will unveil the first images from the new James Webb Space Telescope. With more than six times the light-gathering power of the Hubble Telescope, scientists believe the Webb telescope will deliver vivid new views of the universe and important new discoveries. Rogier Windhorst, Regents Professor with the School of Earth

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