On-demand video to be viewed at your convenience, using the link provided. The presentation will be available for 7 days from the date of release.

Cost: $33.00 for 1 session(s) one on-demand video presentation

Type: In Person



When Music and Movement Collide

Doug Levy

Hosted by chef Doug Levy at Feast, an independent Tucson restaurant offering innovative cuisine and a unique wine shop, this series will connect the culinary arts to the performing arts.  Virtual lunch dates featuring cooking demonstrations of dishes created to compliment the dance, theatre and music presented will feed both hearts and minds. Special dishes created for this series will be on the Feast menu during the week of each session. Proceeds from this series will support our partners in the arts. These on-demand video presentations will be available for viewing for one week following the date of release.

Monday, Nov 16
When Music and Movement Collide
Join University of Arizona professors Elizabeth George-Fesch (dance) and Theodore Buchholz (music) for a discussion about the coming together of music and movement in the making of “Afterglow.” Inspired by a long-forgotten musical work by Henry Hadley unearthed by Buchholz, the piece breathes new life with choreography by George-Fesch, live performance by pianist Suzanne Knosp and Buchholz, and a cast of seven women. Enjoy a performance screening and hear from the collaborators.
Instructors: Elizabeth George-Fesch (University of Arizona School of Dance) and Theodore Buchholz (University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music)

Elizabeth George-Fesch


Theodore Buchholz

More Feast for the Senses

A Feast for the Senses – Giving Life to Frankenstein – Nov 2

A Feast for the Senses – Mozart’s Menu – Nov 9


In partnership with the University of Arizona
School of Dance, Tucson Symphony Orchestra
and The Rogue Theatre.

Register for A Feast for the Senses – When Music and Movement Collide

Online registration has been closed for this class. Please call (520) 777-5817 for information.