Broadcast Series

Broadcast Series

This spring, enjoy the music of The Phoenix Symphony in concert within the comfort of your home! Broadcasts are made possible through a partnership between The Phoenix Symphony, Central Sound at Arizona PBS and Arizona Public Radio.

The Phoenix Symphony Broadcast Series can be heard every Monday evening at 7 p.m. through June 1 on Arizona Public Radio via their classical music stations: Phoenix 89.5 FM KBACH, Flagstaff 88.7 FM and 92.3 FM, Kingman 89.3 FM, Cottonwood and the Verde Valley 102.5 FM, Payson 93.5 FM, Show Low 90.7 FM, Prescott 106.1 FM and Vernon/Concho 105.3 FM. Broadcasts are presented in Dolby Digital surround on DTV 8.5 CLASSICAL ARIZONA PBS




April 27 – Purrington, Saint-Saëns and Beethoven

Hilary Purrington – Likely Pictures in Haphazard Sky

Saint-Saëns – Cello Concerto No. 1

Beethoven – Symphony No. 2


Tito Muñoz, conductor

Johannes Moser, cello



May 4 – Stallcop and Beethoven

Glenn Stallcop – City Music

Beethoven – Mass in C


Tito Muñoz, conductor

Emily Birsan, soprano

Gina Perregrino, mezzo soprano

Joshua Dennis, tenor

Ricardo Lugo, bass

The Phoenix Symphony Chorus



May 11 – Thomas, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky

Augusta Read Thomas – EOS (Goddess of the Dawn)

Beethoven – Piano Concerto No. 2

Tchaikovsky – Selections from Swan Lake


Ryan McAdams, conductor

Stewart Goodyear, piano



May 18 – Lutoslawski and Beethoven

Lutoslawski – Concerto for Orchestra

Beethoven – Violin Concerto


Tito Muñoz, conductor

Augustin Hadelich, violin



May 25 – Verdi

Verdi – Messa da Requiem


Tito Muñoz, conductor

Katie Van Kooten, soprano

Dana Beth Miller, mezzo soprano

Daniel Montenegro, tenor

Aleksey Bogdanov, baritone

The Phoenix Symphony Chorus



June 1 – Beethoven, Cerrone and Haydn

Beethoven – Piano Concerto No. 3

Christopher Cerrone – The Air Suspended

Haydn – Symphony No. 103, “Drumroll”


Tito Muñoz, conductor

Shai Wosner, piano

The Air Suspended is commissioned for Shai Wosner, by The Phoenix Symphony with support from the Adele and John Gray Foundation, Albany Symphony, and 92nd Street Y with support from Richard Replin & Elissa Stein.

Special thanks to David and Vita Bornemann for their invaluable commitment to ensuring our performances are accessible to the community through our broadcast series.

Radio broadcasts are presented in DTS Neural Surround™. (DTV broadcasts are presented in Dolby Digital discrete surround sound.) This technology enables the broadcast team to deliver the performances in immersive surround sound, bringing the experience of sitting in the best seat of the Symphony Hall directly to listeners.