upcoming shows

oct 18         Music for 18 Musicians

nov 24        Drumming

dec 6           Inuksuit

jan 3            Music for 18 Musicians

mar 1, 2   Spirit of '76

 

Crossing 32nd Street, named Phoenix's "Best New Classical Music Ensemble" by the Arizona Republic, strives to increase the awareness and understanding of modern music through an aggressive commitment to performing relevant contemporary works at the highest level. Performances routinely include the music of the modern masters, including, among others, John Cage, Steve Reich, Louis Andriessen, Iannis Xenakis, Lou Harrison, Terry Riley, John Luther Adams and James Tenney, as well as the exciting new works of emerging composers.

Founded in 2000 by contemporary music specialists from Arizona State University, the University of New Mexico, and the University of California-San Diego, Crossing 32nd Street is ensemble-in-residence at Paradise Valley Community College.  Though its instrumentation changes with the needs of each piece, Crossing 32nd Street's core plays percussion, saxophone, and electronics while also composing and improvising with acoustic, electro-acoustic, and multi-media tools.  The group regularly performs concerts in alternative spaces in Downtown Phoenix and on the campuses of ASU, Glendale Community College and Paradise Valley Community College.

Members:

The core

Doug Nottingham
Brett Reed
Eric Schultz
Christopher Scinto

The highly integrated

Rob Esler
Lisa Tolentino

The performers 2013-14

 

Elizabeth Kennedy Bayer
Ryan Bledsoe
Sonja Branch
Josh Bennett
Keith Kelly
Joshua Hill
Emily Dolliver
Eric Retterer
Chris Hodge
Adam Maynes
Alex Weir
Jeremy Muller
Christina Eide
Jacob Adler
Karl Schindler
Ashley Oakley