Visiting Artist Series
pop opera quartet
Sunday, December 15, 2 p.m.
First Presbyterian, 1702 Iowa Street, Davenport
$15 adults, $10 students, contact First Presbyterian (563)326-1691
Destino is made up of 3 men and one woman that love making beautiful music together. They have created a group consisting of two very different voices and two very different instrumentalists, all able to stand on their own, but together forming a truly talented and unique troupe. Destino’s performances constantly inspire standing ovations. It is melodic, inspirational, exciting, familiar, and draws from the present and the past, the pop and the traditional. They have been showcased on the NBC and ABC networks, they have also appeared on Entertainment Tonight, Canada AM, and E-talk. Some of the venues they’ve had the privilege of performing in include Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, Walt Disney World and St. Peter’s Basilica.
2013 - 2014 Visiting Artist Series
For complete information about the 2013 - 2014 Visiting Artist Series, click here.
School and Outreach Sites Information
School Administrators, need information about the artists coming for the 2013-2014 40th season? Click here!
Outreach Sites - If you don't have a copy of the evaluation form included in your confirmation mailing, print one out here.
Artists & Agents
Are you interested in learning more
about how to be considered for a future Visiting Artist Series residency? Click below to download a copy of the
Visiting Artist Series descriptive brochure, which answers many questions
about artist selection, fees, site selection and outreach appearances.
► Visiting Artist Series descriptive brochure
► 2013-2014 Visiting Artist Series Roster
► 2012-2013 Season Information
► 2012-2013 Visiting Artist Series Roster
► 2011-2012 Visiting Artist Series Roster
Artists are chosen at an annual selection meeting two seasons in advance.
The Visiting Artist Series Program
The Visiting Artist Series brings artists of international acclaim to the Quad City region, offering community members the opportunity to see professional performances by nationally-touring artists. One- to two-week residencies provide in-depth and often repeated contact between the artist and audience. Outreach performances take place mostly in schools, but also at business locations, social service organizations, and public facilities. Each residency concludes with a public performance in a traditional concert hall. Most of these concerts are free, though donations are accepted at the door.
For more information about the Visiting Artist Series contact Susan Wahlmann, Performing Arts-in-Education Director