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Classics Saturday Blue

Symphony Hall : Sat 9/30/17 7:30PM - Sat 5/12/18 7:30PM

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The Classics Blue package offers six programs from the Classics Series at Symphony Hall. These can't miss programs include works from Beethoven, Brahms, Mozart and Shubert. Available on Saturday nights, these programs will fill your classical soul with music from the masters. Check our new Expanded Choose Your Own Subscription before you decide. You can now pick and choose any of our Classical, Pops and even special performances to create your perfect season.

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Dvorák Seventh Symphony Saturday, September 30, 2017 7:30PM   ·   More Info »


Matthew Kasper, conductor
Stanislav Khristenko, piano

Messiaen: Les offrandes oubliées (The Forgotten Offerings)
Grieg: Piano Concerto
Dvorák: Symphony No. 7

In his last appearance with The Phoenix Symphony, Ukrainian-born pianist Stanislav Khristenko wowed the Arizona Republic with his “fine pianissimos and thunderous fortissimos.” See this brilliant artist in one of the most popular concertos in the repertoire: Grieg’s ardent Piano Concerto. Plus, Assistant Conductor Matthew Kasper leads The Phoenix Symphony in Dvorák’s Seventh Symphony – music that captures the energy, exuberance, and promise of the composer’s beloved homeland. These concerts also feature the otherworldly sounds of Les Offrandes Oubliées (The Forgotten Offerings), an early work from Debussy disciple Olivier Messiaen.



Beethoven Fourth Symphony Saturday, November 11, 2017 7:30PM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
Amy Dickson, saxophone

Timo Andres: Bathtub Shrine
Philip Glass: Violin Concerto No. 1 (arranged for saxophone by Amy Dickson)
Beethoven: Symphony No. 4

Beethoven’s symphonies have endured for centuries, speaking to generation upon generation. Tito Muñoz conducts the rousing Fourth Symphony, a work deploying the woodwind instruments in an intimate manner reminiscent of chamber music. Two brightly colored works from American composers Timo Andres and Philip Glass – the latter featuring the return of prodigious soloist Amy Dickson on the saxophone – illuminate Beethoven’s masterpiece.



Sibelius and Debussy Saturday, January 27, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »


Karina Canellakis, conductor
Stewart Goodyear, piano

Britten: Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes
Saint-Saëns: Piano Concerto No. 5, “Egyptian”
Sibelius: The Oceanides
Debussy: La Mer

Guest Conductor Karina Canellakis makes her Phoenix Symphony debut in an imaginative, impressionistic program sure to make a splash. Debussy, Britten and Sibelius contribute works that capture the many moods of the sea, with its sun-drenched waves and watery depths. Pianist Stewart Goodyear, proclaimed “a phenomenon” by The Los Angeles Times, returns to Symphony Hall in the sensuous, exotic “Egyptian” Piano Concerto of French composer Camille Saint-Saëns, who reportedly wrote this dazzling work after a boat ride up the Nile.



Brahms and Schumann Saturday, February 24, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
Friederike Starkloff, violin

Webern: Passacaglia
Schumann: Symphony No. 4
Brahms: Violin Concerto

Each of Brahms’ concertos can be counted among music’s towering masterpieces, and the formidable violin concerto may be the composer’s very finest. Internationally acclaimed violinist Friederike Starkloff (“superb – capricious, feisty and seductive” – Classical Source) debuts with The Phoenix Symphony to perform this exemplary work alongside Robert Schumann’s joyous Fourth Symphony and the romantic Passacaglia from Anton Webern.



Mozart Piano Concerto No. 22 Saturday, April 28, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »


Jeffrey Kahane, conductor and piano

Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 22
Dvorák: Nocturne in B major
Bartók: Concerto for Orchestra

Conducting from the keyboard, guest Jeffrey Kahane performs Mozart’s elegant Piano Concerto No. 22. Then, on the podium, he leads a concerto for the entire ensemble – Bartók’s sensational Concerto for Orchestra, a Phoenix Symphony specialty. Dvorák’s Nocturne for Strings, which began life as the gorgeous slow movement of a string quartet, rounds out the program.



Schubert and Brahms Saturday, May 12, 2018 7:30PM   ·   More Info »


Tito Muñoz, conductor
Maria Valdes, soprano
Rod Gilfry, baritone
The Phoenix Symphony Chorus

Schubert: Symphony No.8, “Unfinished”
Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem)

Johannes Brahms established his reputation not with an orchestral work but with a sacred choral work: his profoundly moving German Requiem, which he labored over for a dozen years. He found a musical language full of drama and touching intimacy. Tito Muñoz leads a romantic program featuring Brahms’ masterpiece alongside Schubert’s immortal “Unfinished” Symphony.



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Prime Dress Main Floor Front $503.00
Prime Dress Main Floor Rear $503.00
Dress Circle Prime Balcony $503.00
Dress Circle Main Floor Front $405.00
Dress Circle Main Floor Rear $405.00
Dress Circle Balcony $405.00
Price A Main Floor Front $319.00
Price A Main Floor Rear $319.00
Price A Balcony $319.00
Price B Main Floor Front $243.00
Price B Main Floor Rear $243.00
Price B Balcony $243.00
Price C Main Floor Front $180.00
Price C Main Floor Rear $180.00
Price C-Balcony $180.00
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Price D-Balcony $135.00
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