• Monday August 24, 2015

    Theater, ballet and opera deals in Phoenix

    Let’s face it: Going to the theater, opera or symphony can get expensive. If you’re on a tight budget or you don’t want to risk paying a lot for something you’re not sure you&...Read More

  • Monday August 03, 2015

    The Arts Reach Out

    The Valley is rich with opportunity to enjoy live theater, view fine artwork and commune with the natural world. But beyond the stages, galleries and trails, organizations extend their reach with prog...Read More

  • Friday July 31, 2015

    The Phoenix Symphony, Opening Night!

     Maestro Tito Muñoz conducts Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 on September 18 and 19 at Symphony Hall. Maestro Tito Muñoz debuts his second season as The Phoenix Symphony...Read More

  • Monday July 20, 2015

    Coming up at The Phoenix Symphony in the month of September

    For Immediate Release July 20, 2015 Contact: Lisa Kennell 602.452.0452 Coming up at The Phoenix Symphony in the month of September Opening Night! – Tito Mu...Read More

  • Thursday July 02, 2015

    City of Phoenix awards $805K to nonprofits

    The city of Phoenix announced it will dole out close to $805,000 in grants to 47 arts and culture nonprofit organizations for fiscal 2015-16, according to a statement. The Phoenix Office of Arts and ...Read More

  • Thursday June 25, 2015

    The Phoenix Symphony Announces The Sound of Speed 2!

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 25, 2015 Contact The Phoenix Symphony Lisa Kennell 602.452.0452 Barrett-Jackson Megan Jones 480.421.6694 Th...Read More

  • Friday May 29, 2015

    Oliver! Sings Onstage With The Phoenix Symphony

    It’s unusual to see a Broadway musical enriched with a full symphony orchestra onstage behind the actors, but Phoenix Theatre’s fifth collaboration with The Phoenix Symphony...Read More

  • Sunday May 17, 2015

    Maestro Tito Munoz promises finale both grand and personal

    As maestro for the Phoenix Symphony, it's Tito Munoz's job to interpret masterworks by Mozart, Beethoven and Stravinsky. But after one year on the job, it seems his guiding philosophy actually comes f...Read More

  • Friday May 15, 2015

    10 milestones in Phoenix arts and culture history

    The Mexican maestroFounded in 1947, the Phoenix Symphony came of age in 1972 when it moved into the newly built Symphony Hall and hired its first important conductor, Mexico City-born Eduardo Mata. "M...Read More

  • Friday May 15, 2015

    1940s in Arizona

    Phoenix Symphony is born A group of music lovers forms the Phoenix Symphony. On July 3, a 22-member committee appoints John Barnett, then director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, as the Phoenix Symp...Read More

  • Friday April 24, 2015

    Phoenix Symphony Mixes Classical Tradition With Hard Rock

    In the effort to appeal to a broader audience, the Phoenix Symphony is giving traditional symphonic music a dose of hard rock by presenting the music of Led Zeppelin. We talked with symphony CEO Jim ...Read More

  • Monday April 13, 2015

    Matthew Kasper Joins The Phoenix Symphony

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  • Thursday April 02, 2015

    Downtown Music Stroll Combines Live Music with Local Food and Drink

    The Phoenix Symphony to Host Fifth Annual Downtown Music Stroll through Downtown Phoenix The Fifth Annual Downtown Music Stroll features live music and great food and drinks in nine unique ...Read More

  • Thursday April 02, 2015

    Top things to do this week

    5th ANNUAL DOWNTOWN MUSIC STROLL The Phoenix SymphonyDowntown PhoenixApril 11, 2015   More Info l Tickets  Stroll to fabulous restaurants in downtown Phoenix and enjoy live ...Read More

  • Tuesday March 31, 2015

    Top 20 arts events in April

    4/17: Paul Jacobs The Phoenix Symphony's guest soloist is a Grammy-winning organist here to play French composer Alexandre Guilmant's Symphony No. 1 for Organ and Orchestra. Maestro Tito Muñoz...Read More

  • Wednesday March 25, 2015

    Phoenix Symphony prepares for anti-bullying concerts

    The Phoenix Symphony’s signature education program Symphony for the Schools is an extraordinary opportunity for K-12 schools to attend a world-class concert at Symphony Hall.  Uzu...Read More

  • Tuesday March 24, 2015

    The Phoenix Symphony announces 2015-16 season

    The Phoenix Symphony recently announced its 2015-16 season, which includes several family-friendly concerts. Some are part of the Pop Series, featuring works related to television, movies, popular mus...Read More

  • Wednesday March 18, 2015

    Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue

    For those with more than just a little class, take in “Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue and more!” presented by the Phoenix Symphony, 1 N. First Street, suite 200, Phoenix, March 27 and 28 ...Read More

  • Thursday March 12, 2015

    Top things to do this week

    THE MUSIC OF QUEEN The Phoenix Symphonyat Symphony HallMarch 13, 2015 l  More Info l Tickets  The Phoenix Symphony presents The Music of Queen. A "Bohemian Rhapsody" of hit a...Read More

  • Wednesday March 11, 2015

    3 film events this week in Phoenix

    'A Night at the Movies: Singin' in the Rain' The Phoenix Symphony plays the score live to accompany a screening of this classic movie musical, which stars Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds and features ...Read More