For the Love of Music Series
For the Love of Music, sponsored by the Bisbee Woman’s Club, has been in existence for 40 years and is Bisbee’s premier chamber music series. Featuring fine musicians from around the world, For the Love of Music performances normally run from October to May. All performances take place on the stage at the historic Bisbee Woman’s Club, 74 Quality Hill Road, corner of Ledge and Cross Streets in Old Bisbee.
Each concert is presented twice: Saturday at 7:30 PM and Sunday at 3:00 PM.
Subscription tickets will go on sale in September. In mid-September, those who are on our mailing list will receive a letter via the Postal Service announcing the new season of concerts. If you wish to be on this mailing list:
Send an email request at
Write to For the Love of Music, c/o Patrick Tilcock, 309 Black Knob View, Bisbee, AZ 85603
Ticket prices are as follows:
Single subscription tickets to the eight concerts - $110
Two subscription tickets - $200
Two Patron subscriptions - $300
Single tickets - $15 at the door
Students through High School – Free
Subscriptions may be purchased by sending a check payable to the Bisbee Woman's Club to:
For The Love of Music
C/O Patrick Tilcock
309 Black Knob View
Bisbee, AZ 85603
To order subcriptions using secure debit or credit cards, send an email request to: and you will receive an electronic invoice.
Tickets are available at the door a half hour prior to the beginning of the performance; individual tickets may be purchased on-line at ONE WEEK prior to the event.
2019/2020 Concert Schedule
October 5 & 6
Daniel Robert Linder, solo piano
An award-winning pianist who recently joined the Music faculty of the University of
Arizona, Daniel will present a program of classic as well as 20th and 21st Century
repertoire. The program will include a pairing of sonatas by Mozart and Berg, music by Claude Debussy and Maurice Ohana, and a charming set of pieces by American composer Aaron Jay Kernis. http://www.drlpianist.com/
November 16 & 17
Paula Fan, piano and Jeremy Huw Williams,baritone
MAN IS FOR THE WOMAN MADE - Object of admiration, adoration and yearning;
seductress, muse and inspiration; refuge and comfort; playmate and partner; or
diversion and irritation? In this lighthearted Concert of Contrasting Views, Welsh
baritone Jeremy Huw Williams and American pianist Paula Fan explore the complex
relationship between He and She in music from classical to cabaret.
Williams, a Welshman, has a world-wide reputation as a skilled crafter of art songs,
especially of recent vintage, as well as an operatic and oratorio performer.
A consummate collaborative pianist and inexhaustible fountain of creativity, Paula
Fan is a UA Regent’s Professor Emerita. This duo has toured throughout the world
giving joint recitals and recorded extensively.
December 7 & 8
Scott Pool, Bassoon
January 18 & 19
Steven Lerman, Guitar
February 22 & 23
Music For a While
Music for A While presents a musical banquet of past eras to beguile your senses and soothe your soul. The program includes works spanning the centuries and the globe by Machaut, Ortiz, Lully, Marais, Franco, Purcell, J. S. Bach, and our good friend, Anonymous. Ensemble members—James Callegary, tenor; Christina Jarvis, soprano; Hannah Cochrane, baroque violin; Lori Keyne, harpsichord; and Joel Schaefer, viola da gamba—are skilled in early music performance practice to bring history to life in our contemporary age.
March 21 & 22
Ted Bucholz, piano trio
April 4 & 5
Music for Harp and Strings
Emily Chao, violin; Juan David Mejia, cello, and Carla Fabris, harp present a program
featuring chamber music by female composers.
May 2 & 3
Three distinguished guitarists specializing in three distinct genres: Chris Jacome,
flamenco; Bob Fahey, rock and blues, and Stan Sorensen, jazz, join together for a
coalescence of creative fusion.