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Schoolhouse Rock hits Symphony Hall

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by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

Join The Phoenix Symphony on January 10 at 2:00 p.m. for a brand new Family Series Concert based on the iconic television series Schoolhouse Rock! Bop along to catchy, tongue-twisting tunes like “Conjunction Junction,” “Mother Necessity” and “I’m Just a Bill,” that combine scholastic themes and popular classical music. This concert features Step on Stage children’s choir,… Read More →

Ballet Arizona opens with comedic ‘Coppélia’

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by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

Ballet Arizona announced that the 2015-2016 season will open with the highly anticipated classic, Coppélia. This comic ballet remains an all-time favorite of many and Ballet Arizona is pleased to present this legendary work for the first time since 2007. Coppélia tells the story of an eccentric toymaker and a life-sized doll on his balcony… Read More →

Superheroes will land with Phoenix Symphony

Show Phoenix Pride Symphony Hall, Photo: jikatu, Flickr
by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

Put on your best cape and get ready for the iconic music from your favorite superhero movies and television shows. Your Spidey senses will tingle, and you will be at the edge of your seat when you hear music featuring your favorite super heroes: Batman, Superman, Captain America, The Incredibles, X-Men and many more September 27, 2015… Read More →

Ballet Arizona presents Coppélia

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Ballet Arizona has announced that the 2015-2016 season will open with the highly anticipated classic, Coppélia. This comic ballet remains an all-time favorite of many and Ballet Arizona is presents this legendary work for the first time since 2007. Coppélia tells the story of an eccentric toymaker and a life-sized doll on his balcony that catches the… Read More →

5 things to do this weekend: Feb. 9-16, 2015

"Napoli." Photo credit: Alexander Iziliaev

1. “Napoli” premieres in US Ballet Arizona will be the first American ballet company to present “Napoli.” This performance tells the love story of the poor fisherman Gennaro and his beloved Teresina. Teresina is swept away in a great storm. Sea nymphs rescue her, but Gennaro is nowhere to be found. Their love must overcome… Read More →

Ballet Arizona Presents the U.S. Premiere of Napoli

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by in Experience AZ Magazine | Play

With the winter presentation of Napoli, Ballet Arizona will become the first American ballet company to perform one of the most renowned ballets by legendary Danish choreographer, August Bournonville. The company is calling Napoli the highlight of the season and is eager to share it with fans of the ballet, new and old. Performances will… Read More →

Maestro Muñoz Makes Debut Sept. 19-20

Tito Munoz conducting the Cleveland Orchestra

The Phoenix Symphony launches its 2014-15 season and Virginia G. Piper Music Director Tito Muñoz’ inaugural season with Carl Orff’s Carmina burana on September 19 and 20 at Symphony Hall. For this special occasion, Sandra Day O’Connor, Former Supreme Court Justice and prominent supporter of arts in Arizona, will conduct our nation’s national anthem before… Read More →

Things to do this weekend

Young Frankenstein, Paul Kolnik

School’s out and there’s a long weekend ahead of us. If you’re not going camping, sitting poolside or catching up on “Game of Thrones,” give one of these events a try! Don’t forget to share photos of you enjoying these events with the hashtag #SL5 and follow us at @scottsdaleliving on Instagram! Christopher Titus It’s… Read More →

Debbie Cotton – 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business

Debbie Cotton - 50 Most Influential Women in AZ Business

Debbie Cotton – Interim director, Phoenix Convention Center Cotton oversees daily operations of the Phoenix Convention Center, Executive Conference Center, Orpheum Theatre, Symphony Hall and five parking garages. She manages a staff of 240 employees, a budget of $47.5 million, and is the city’s chief representative to the state’s tourism and hospitality industry. Surprising fact:… Read More →

Contest Allows Fans To Become Stars With The Phoenix Symphony

Phoenix Symphony Contest

The Phoenix Symphony announces a video contest asking fans to record and send in their own renditions of Rat Pack classics and be entered to win a full evening of prizes to coincide with the Symphony’s Saturday, April 28, 2012 performance of The Rat Pack!. Contestants submit videos via email between Tuesday April 3, 2012… Read More →

Pangean Orchestra Does More Than Deliver Music

Phoenix Orchestra Does More Than Deliver Music, 2011, Pangean Orchestra
by in Around Arizona | Events

The Pangean Orchestra, based in Phoenix, opened just a year ago and has established an orchestra with people, instruments and sounds from all over the world. In fact,this is the first orchestra of its kind. The unique thing about this group of 29 performers is they don’t play the typical instruments. Their music comes from… Read More →