The America the Beautiful performance at Symphony Hall will offer a magical ride through the world of orchestral music. The concert will explore the music inspired by the different people, cultures and places from all of the Americas.
M is for Mozart, at Madison Center for the Arts, will delight young music lovers. This inspiring program features music written by Mozart and other famous composers before they turned 18 years old. Matthew Kasper will conduct both family concerts.
Tickets start at $14. Bundle both Family Concerts and receive 20% off the ticket price. The family concerts are only one hour, shorter than a typical Symphony performance.
“The Phoenix Symphony’s family concerts are a fun and exciting way to introduce the younger generation to orchestras and the power of connecting with music,” said Tito Muñoz, the Phoenix Symphony’s Virginia G. Piper Music Director.
To enhance the experience of concertgoers this fall, the Phoenix Symphony is creating several experiences, called Preludes. The Preludes will take place one hour prior to select performances with activities to delight the whole family.
- Hocus Pocus in Concert Live to Film, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28-Oct. 30 (Symphony Hall) will feature:
- Jolly Roger Magic Show
- Costume Contest
- Halloween and Music Trivia
- Halloween Photo Op
- Music of the Americas, 6:30 p.m. Nov. 4-6 (Symphony Hall) will feature:
- Best of Broadway, 6:30 p.m. Nov. 11-13 (Symphony Hall) will feature:
The 2022-23 Season:
- Hocus Pocus in Concert Live to Film, Oct. 28-Oct. 30 (Symphony Hall)
- Music of the Americas, Nov. 4-6 (Symphony Hall)
- Best of Broadway, Nov. 11-13 (Symphony Hall)
- Dancers, Dreamers and Presidents, Nov. 18-20 (Symphony Hall)
- Disney in Concert: Around the World, Nov. 25-27 (Symphony Hall)
- Holiday Pops, Dec. 2-4 (Symphony Hall)
- Handel’s Messiah, Dec. 15-18 (Camelback Bible Church, Mesa Arts Center and Pinnacle Presbyterian Church)
- New Year’s Eve Concert, Dec. 31 (Symphony Hall)
- Purely Classical, Jan. 6-8 (Symphony Hall)
- Totally ’80s, Jan. 27-29 (Madison Center for the Arts)
- Fireworks, Feb. 3-5 (Madison Center for the Arts)
- The Music of John Williams in Concert, Feb. 17-19 (Symphony Hall)
- Turning Points, March 10-12 (Symphony Hall)
- Pink Martini, March 17-19 (Orpheum Theatre)
- French Connection, March 24-26 (Symphony Hall)
- The Princess Bride in Concert Live to Film, March 31-April 2 (Orpheum Theatre)
- Let’s Misbehave: The Songs of Cole Porter, April 7-8 (Orpheum Theatre)
- Belshazzar’s Feast, April 14-16 (Symphony Hall)
- Latin Fire, April 21-23 (Symphony Hall)
- Passion and Power, April 28-30 (Symphony Hall)
- Grand Finale, May 12-13 (Symphony Hall)
A detailed list of performances and programs here.
The Phoenix Symphony was founded in 1947 and has grown over the years to become one of the state’s largest performing arts organizations. In addition to performing traditional and modern repertoire in the fall and spring in Symphony Hall and around the Valley, our world-class musicians are actively engaged in the community year-round thanks to generous foundation, corporation, and individual support. TPS is further strengthened by collaborating with world renowned guest conductors and artists. The core mission of The Phoenix Symphony is to provide the joy of live music as a catalyst for discovery, knowledge, compassion, and connection. Annually, our orchestra members empower more than 120,000 students through education and outreach partnerships and create opportunities for healing and deeper connection for tens of thousands of adults experiencing homelessness, in Alzheimer’s care facilities, in hospitals and in hospice.