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Concerts & Events Schedule

Schedule of concerts and events below:


2013-14 US Airways Classics
Verdi’s Requiem

Music Director Laureate Michael Christie returns once again to lead The Phoenix Symphony in one of the greatest of all works, Verdi’s massive and theatrical Messa da Requiem. Join The Phoenix Symphony and Phoenix Symphony Chorus, a double choir and four soloists as a cast of over 200 perform this emotional and unforgettable mass of unparalleled scale.
Fri 4/25/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sat 4/26/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase




The critically acclaimed Classical Kids Live! production brings to life Mozart’s young son, Karl, who longs to be taken from his boarding school to spend more time with his famous father. An old traveling trunk serves as a magic chest that reveals an incredible journey back in time to Mozart’s childhood and into the fantastic world of Mozart’s great opera The Magic Flute. Audiences will enjoy twenty-three excerpts of Mozart’s music, including themes from Don Giovanni and “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.” The music is magically woven into the drama as two actors recreate historical events from the composer’s life.

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Sun 4/27/14 2:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase




Experience an unforgettable evening in the charm and tranquil setting of this amazing home nestled in the heart of the coveted Arcadia area of Phoenix. Enjoy the merriment, music and cocktails under the shade of a large mature mesquite tree in this peaceful setting. What a wonderful way to wrap up the Parties of Note season! A recital by Dian D’Avanzo, Assistant Concertmaster; Mathieu Page- Bouchard, Acting Associate Principal Viola; and Mike D’Avanzo, Section Cello, will be followed by a scrumptious dinner.
Tue 5/6/14 6:00PM General Admission More Information Sold Out



2013-14 US Airways Classics
Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony

Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony comes to life as British born conductor James Judd returns to The Phoenix Symphony with his passionate and versatile conducting style. Mozart’s final symphony offers four unencumbered movements filled with graceful tone, dramatic impulses and quick tempos. This remarkable performance brings Sean Chen, the winner and newly crowned DeHann Classical Fellow of the 2013 American Pianist Association Competition, to perform Edvard Grieg’s soulful Piano Concerto. Britten’s warm and picturesque Four Sea Interludes opens this performance.
Fri 5/9/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sat 5/10/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase



2013-14 APS Pops
Cirque de la Symphonie

Cirque de la Symphonie is back by popular demand! Don’t miss this high-flying and talented Cirque troop including aerial artists, jugglers, contortionists and strong men as they once again join The Phoenix Symphony on stage – and 40 feet above it.
Fri 5/16/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sat 5/17/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sun 5/18/14 4:00PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase




Cirque de la Symphonie is back by popular demand! Don't miss this high-flying and talented Cirque troop including aerial artists, jugglers, contortionists and strong men as they once again join The Phoenix Symphony on stage - and 40 feet above it. This special one-hour family performance offers highlights of Cirque de la Symphony and circus fun for the whole family.
Sat 5/17/14 2:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase




In his wild and extroverted Symphony No. 4, Tchaikovsky tests the boundaries of defiance, hope, resignation and triumph in a piece that is richly melodic and thunderously bombastic. Known for her virtuosity and probing musicianship, Violinist Jennifer Frautschi returns to The Phoenix Symphony under the direction of Principal Guest Conductor JoAnn Falletta for Prokofiev’s masterful Violin Concerto No. 2.

Additional seating for this performance is available through the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. Click here.
Thu 5/22/14 7:30PM Scottsdale Center for the Arts More Information Purchase




In his wild and extroverted Symphony No. 4, Tchaikovsky tests the boundaries of defiance, hope, resignation and triumph in a piece that is richly melodic and thunderously bombastic. Known for her virtuosity and probing musicianship, Violinist Jennifer Frautschi returns to The Phoenix Symphony under the direction of Principal Guest Conductor JoAnn Falletta for Prokofiev’s masterful Violin Concerto No. 2.
Fri 5/23/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sat 5/24/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase



2013-14 Family
The Composer is Dead

There’s dreadful news from Symphony Hall. The composer is dead! Can you be the first to figure out how the composer met his unfortunate demise? Join the Inspector as he interrogates the orchestra about the possible murder of the composer. Diva violins, overlooked violas, sneaky clarinets, and a wallflower tuba - each has a motive and an alibi. Dress as your favorite detective and begin solving the mystery during our pre-concert activities.
Sun 5/25/14 2:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase



2013-14 APS Pops
My Fair Lady

Join The Phoenix Symphony as they team up with Phoenix Theatre for their fourth collaboration featuring this year’s one-of-a-kind performance of My Fair Lady. This semi-staged production will take you back to Edwardian London and the shenanigans of Colonel Pickering, Henry Higgins and the “loverly,” Eliza Dootlittle. With favorites like “I Could Have Danced All Night,” “The Rain In Spain” and “Get Me To The Church On Time,” this show promises an enchanting evening as the symphony and live theatre create magic at Symphony Hall.
Fri 5/30/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sat 5/31/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sun 6/1/14 2:00PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase




Disney in Concert – Magical Music from the Movies, is a concert and multi-media experience featuring acclaimed Broadway vocalists, and scenes from your favorite Disney movies projected above the orchestra. Experience the Magical Music of Disney as The Phoenix Symphony performs songs from Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Mary Poppins, Pirates of the Caribbean, The Lion King and more. This concert guarantees fun for the whole family, complete with Disney sing-alongs.
Fri 6/6/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase
Sat 6/7/14 7:30PM Symphony Hall More Information Purchase



2013-14 Ancillary
Gift Certificates

Give the gift of music! The perfect gift for any occasion. Buy a Phoenix Symphony Gift Certificate today.

Gift certificates can be purchased in increments from $25 - $500 on the website. To purchase a gift certificate for any other amount please call Patron Services at 602.495.1999.

Mon 6/30/14 8:00PM General Admission More Information Purchase