Tim Hazell, Interdisciplinary Artist


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Tim Hazell's work as a musician has spanned many genres, including World Music, Rock, New Age and Chamber Music.

New in 2011:

"Devil's Fiesta"
a commissioned suite for guitar, ethnic and exotic strings
World Premiere performance:
Tim Hazell and Roberto Limůn
XVIII Festival Hispanoamericano de Guitarra 2011
Teatro del Centro Cultural Tijuana, November, 2011.
"Pavilions by the Water's Edge"
A suite in Nine Movements for Sitar, Violin and Ensemble
Salon Preview and Premiere Performance, 2011

New in 2010:

"Recipes for the Senses"

A suite for solo guitar in five movements composed by Tim Hazell, dedicated to and performed by guitarist Roberto Limon, premiering August 19, 2010.
Concert Program (PDF)

Tim Hazell and Turkkan Osman
present their new Opus 1

"A Walk In Wild Herbs"
(Recipes for Sounds and Senses)
A Suite in Nine movements
Dedicated to the memory of Lyse Helsing

Composed by:
Tim Hazell and Turkkan Osman Macias

Turkkan Osman - violin and piano
Tim Hazell - oud, sarod, 12 string guitar, electric guitar, sitar, dulcimer, mesoamerican flutes, silbatos, ocarinas, effects, percussion

  • Tuesday, January 5, 2010 - Cameo Performance
    St. Paul's Church, Cardo #6, 5:00 p.m.
    Advance Publicity
    Printed Program

  • March, 2010, 2nd Cameo Performance, St. Paul's Church

  • World Premiere: Friday, August 6, 2010
    San Miguel Chamber Music Festival
    Festival de Musica de Camara XXXI
    5 p.m. in the Salon Miguel Malo, Bellas Artes
    San Miguel de Allende

Music Dramas:

  • "A Forest of Americas" (2006)
  • "Kidís Incredible Adventure" (2009)


  • "The Stars Would Have Me Weep," oratorio for baritone and piano, composer Omar Daniel, libretto, Tim Hazell, PROCAN Award Winner, 1987, performed at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, Canada. (Revised libretto in poetry, as "The Flannel Suit.")


CDs are available in the gift shop at San Miguel's Biblioteca Publica.


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