On Saturday, September 16th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Huss Brewing and Tempe Center for the Arts will partner for Bach and Beer, an event set to combine craft beer and the music of the classical composer, and noted beer lover, Sebastian Bach.
Bach and Beer will feature a riveting five piece performance from local cellist Wesley Skinner specifically selected to coincide with the tasting notes of five Huss beers.
The Husstler American Lager
No. 3 in C Major: Gigue
No. 1 in G Major: Sarabande
No. 4 in Eb Major: Courante
No. 2 D Minor: Menuets
Magic in the Ivy
No. 5 C Minor: Gavottes
Guests of Bach and Beer can enjoy a flight of five Huss beer samples for $10, or five Huss beer samples and a cheese board for $20.
The Edge Happy Hour
Tempe Center for the Arts
700 West Rio Salado Pkwy
Tempe, AZ 85281
About Huss Brewing
Husband-and-wife, Jeff and Leah Huss, have 27 years of combined experience in the brewing industry. Jeff was head brewer for BJ’s Brewing in Chandler, Ariz., for seven years and attended the, Siebel Institute in Chicago, then, the Doemens Academy in Munich, Germany. Leah co-owned and operated Papago Brewing in Scottsdale, Ariz., for 14 years, helping pioneer the craft beer community and growth in Arizona. Their combined love and passion for craft beer inspired them to chase their dreams of owning a local, family-owned and operated brewery with Jeff acting as head-brewer, and Leah running business and marketing operations. Huss Brewing Co. opened its doors in South Tempe in August 2013, with a 30-barrel system, a small tasting room with 20 taps, and room for growth. In 2016 Huss acquired the Papago Brewing Company in Scottsdale, creating the newly formed HussFamily of Beers and transforming Huss into the 3rd largest brewer in the state. Their fresh, quality, canned beers are canned on site weekly including the brands: Scottsdale Blonde Kolsch, Magic in the Ivy Pale Ale, That’ll Do IPA, Koffee Kolsch, and Husstler Milk Stout. http://www.hussbrewing.com
About Tempe Center for the Arts
The Tempe Center for the Arts sponsored by Northern Trust (TCA), is one of the finest venues in Arizona – a jewel in the crown of a city known for its support of the arts. The TCA is located on the southwest end of Tempe Town Lake and resides in a beautifully appointed 17-acre lakeside art park developed by Design Workshop, a Tempe landscape architecture firm. The strikingly magnificent TCA, Designed by Tempe-based Architekton and award-winning Barton Myers Associates of Los Angeles, houses a state-of-the-art, 600-seat proscenium theater, a 200-seat studio theater and a 3,500 square-foot gallery. The finely appointed Lakeside overlooks Town Lake, with views of the Papago and Camelback mountains, and is available for meetings, banquets and special events. http://www.tempe.gov
About Wesley Skinner
Holding Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music, 26-year-old Cellist, Wesley Skinner, studied with pedagogue Dr. Melissa Kraut. With an emphasis in Suzuki Pedagogy during his Master’s degree, Wesley recently held faculty positions in the Western Reserve Suzuki School, the Hudson School of Music, and the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) Preparatory Program. Now attending Arizona State University (ASU), Wesley is pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts as the Teaching Assistant of Performing Cellist and Pedagogue Thomas Landschoot. Wesley’s chamber ensembles have been coached by members of The Cleveland Quartet, The Cavani Quartet, The Ying Quartet, and The Juilliard String Quartet. He has previously studied with Richard Weiss, Bradley Mansell, and Bob Story; and he has performed in solo master classes for Yo-Yo Ma, Ralph Kirshbaum, Zuill Bailey, Andres Diaz, Amit Peled, and David Ying. http://www.wesleyskinnercellist.com
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