From classics to jazz

By Donna Langwig

Vista Fine Arts invites you to a wonderful afternoon of music with artists Christine Vivona and Rob Boone on Sun. Oct. 28, 2012, at 3:00 p.m. at Vista Church, 3001 E. Miravista Lane in Catalina.

Vivona and Boone perform a variety of standards on the harp, trombone and piano, featuringjazz classics from the great American songbook. Come and listen to this entertaining couple and see why they are performing concerts all over the southwest.

If you thought that harp was only for classical music you will be amazed at the versatility of this beautiful instrument. Vivona is a Juilliard trained harpist with a Doctorate from the University of Arizona and Rob is an award winning trombonist, pianist, arranger and recording engineer.

Boone plays in the Original Wildcat Jazz Band and plays piano and trombone for Robert Shaw. Both have CDs of their own as well as having played on CDs of Linda Ronstadt, Nils Lofgren, and many local artists.

For more information, call 520-825-1985 or visit VistauMC.com.

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