Presenting an extraordinary range of classical and popular programming, The Phoenix Symphony’s 2023-24 Season, its 77th, brings classical masterpieces, world-class guest artists, and new concert experiences to the Valley from Symphony Hall and the Mesa Arts Center to the Orpheum and Arizona Financial Theater.
“The breadth of programming in our 2023-24 Season reflects our innovative, dynamic and vibrant community in Phoenix and Arizona,” says Peter Kjome, president and CEO. “The Phoenix Symphony is one of Arizona’s most important cultural assets, and this season includes extraordinary programs that will enrich the lives of Arizonans of all ages.”
As part of the Classical programming, The 77th season opens and closes with two important programs led by Virginia G. Piper Music Director Tito Muñoz. Joined by The Phoenix Symphony Chorus and Phoenix Boys Choir, the season begins in September with Carl Orff’s mighty cantata, Carmina Burana. The Classics series concludes in May 2024 with Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, “Resurrection,” joined by The Phoenix Symphony Chorus.
The extensive lineup of Pops concerts includes a tribute to the music of ABBA with the Finnish vocal sensation Rajaton as well as “And I Love Her: The Beatles Reimagined” with Steve Hackman, featuring reimagined songs by the Fab Four.
Subscriptions are available now. Traditional Classics and Pops subscription packages are returning this season and are on sale with savings of up to 20% off single-ticket prices. Subscriptions for the 10-concert Classics series start at $250, including fees. Along with separate packages for the Classics, Pops and Films series, concertgoers can Create Your Own series by bundling four or more concerts while enjoying the same 20% off savings.
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