MusicaNova Young Artists concerts feature extraordinarily talented musicians under 18, performing a program of their choice in a formal recital setting.  Over the last four seasons more than 30 young artists have performed in the series.

In the Recital Hall at the Arizona Piano Company

General Admission $15 – Seniors and Students $10 – U18 free with a paid admission

Tickets are available online or at the door

Jonathan Pak, cello and Miles Fawson, piano

September 15, 2018 – 4:00 pm
MusicaNova begins the Young Artists season with Jonathan Pak, 17, a junior at Desert Vista High School in Phoenix, and Miles Fawson, 14, a freshman at Casteel High School in Gilbert, playing music from Bach, Haydn, Beethoven, and more.



Alicia Yang, viola, and Jessica Zhang, piano

November 3, 2018 – 4:00 pm
The Young Artists season continues with Alicia Yang, 15, a sophomore at BASIS-Chandler, and Jessica Zhang, 15, a sophomore at Hamilton High School in Chandler.



Belle Wang, violin and Sage Binder, piano

December 29, 2018 – 4:00 pm
MusicaNova Young Artists Belle Wang, 17, a senior at Mountain View High School, and Sage Binder, 17, a junior pursuing independent study, see out the old year and bring in the new.


Caroline Wu, oboe, and Christie Solomon, piano

February 9, 2019 – 4:00 pm
Our Valentine’s week Young Artists concert is a bouquet of music from Caroline Wu, 16, a junior at Combs High in San Tan Valley and Christie Solomon, 16, a homeschooled sophomore from the East Valley.



Jonathan Salcedo, trombone and Sarah Zhao, piano

March 30, 2018 – 4:00 pm
The MusicaNova Young Artists season finale features Arizona School for the Arts senior Jonathan Salcedo, 17, and Sarah Zhao, 17, a junior at Mountain Ridge High School in Glendale, in her second appearance in the series.



4134 East Wood Street
Phoenix AZ 85040
Near 40th St. and Broadway
Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture
All MusicaNova Young Artist Concerts begin at 4 PM
Programs are subject to change without notice
MusicaNova Young Artists Concerts are supported in part by grants from the
Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture and the Arizona Commission on the Arts
Arizona Commission on the Arts