El Paso Pro-Musica is working to provide you with comforting soothing music and words during this unforeseen and frightening COVID-19 Pandemic. We will work to provide you with Music that can fill your heart with joy, featuring our Artistic Director Zuill Bailey, Incredible Faculty and Students from the UTEP Department of Music and the Center for Arts Entrepreneurship and from around the world. El Paso Pro-Musica Thanks You for your Continued Support. We will continue to Make Music Matter in our World!
Zuill Bailey in a Special Conversation about his love of Classical Music, courtesy of the Nashville Symphony.
Cellist Chris Beroes-Haigis, from the UTEP Cello Studio of Zuill Bailey and violinist Leonardo Pineda of Venezuela, perform “Natalia,” by Antonio Lauro.
Zuill Bailey provides comfort to “Oceanville,” at the Hospitals of Providence through the eyes of an amazing patient.
CelebratingBeethoven! Here are EPPM’s Good Friends “The Vega Quartet,” Guest Artists of the 2019 Chamber Music Festival.
Chris Beroes-Haigis performs “The Swan,” by Camille Saint- Saens with an incredible Harpist from Hungary, Bettina Toth, who he met during his undergraduate studies at Bard in New York.
Bach Prelude to Suite No. 1, performed by our Artistic Director Zuill Bailey, at the beautiful St. John’s Cathedral in Spokane, Washington.
Artistic Director Zuill Bailey and Cellist Cicely Parnas and their fabulous “National Anthem” Soundcheck at Southwest University Park.
“It Don’t Mean a Thing,” by the incomparable Duke Ellington performed by our good friend, Matt Herskowitz sending all the love in the world from his living room in Montreal.