Musica Nova brings new and neglected classical music to the public

Musica Nova Orchestra is an Arizona organization that seeks to bring “new, neglected and familiar classic music” to the public, brought to you by emerging talent. We’ll hear more from Music Nova president and CEO, Bob Altizer, and Musica Nova violinist Rina Kubota, a 17-year-old senior at Corona del Sol High School, who will be the soloist on Musica Nova’s first concert on October 28 at the Musical Instrument Museum.

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Music Nova president and CEO, Bob Altizer
Musica Nova violinist Rina Kubota, a 17-year-old senior at Corona del Sol High School

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