‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, ProMusica Arizona’s holiday concert to be held on December 4, 5 and 6 in three North Valley locations, will feature beautiful arrangements of traditional carols, candles, readings and sing-alongs for families to kick off the holiday season. Carols such as "Celtic Noel" and "African Noel" add an international flavor to the holiday experience, and there is a beautiful outdoor setting for the December 5 concert where families can sip hot chocolate and cider in a winter wonderland setting.
ProMusica Arizona opened its 2015-16 season, entitled American Dreams, with a patriotic celebration of American heroes who fought and sacrificed during our nation’s wars and conflicts. With the entire orchestra and chorale presenting patriotic and remembrance music from specific periods in our nation’s history, the concert also included evocative letters and poetry from these eras. Click here for detailed program notes.
From past to present and sea to shining sea, ProMusica Arizona's 2015-16 concert season will be a journey through time and places in celebration of our great nation. The theme of the season is American Dreams, and performances will pay tribute to our country's history, diversity, and beauty. This amazing music that captures the American spirit will appeal to audiences of all ages!
Audience members attending The Unpredictable Adventures of Henry Hicklebee enthusiastically engaged their cell phones to help Henry Hicklebee on his musical journey of discovery. Henry’s travels and the accompanying music were determined by the audience’s texted votes.
ProMusica Arizona singers and instrumentalists presented a unique twist and international experience for the audience of Around the World in 80 Minutes. Upon entering the venue, ticket holders were given a schedule of mini-concerts featuring music from around the world. Attendees chose the events they wanted to attend – a “design your own concert experience” with each performance lasting approximately 20 minutes. With more choices than time slots, no one was able to see it all!