Upcoming Performances

True Concord: From Silenced to Singing

Valley Presbyterian Church, 2800 S Camino del Sol, Green Valley, AZ 85622

The program includes the rescheduled and highly anticipated world premiere of Jocelyn Hagen’s work celebrating women’s voices and written in commemoration of the centenary of women’s suffrage.

Featuring illuminated portraits and the words of 47 different women from around the world and across time, this work tells the story of the importance of finding—and using—your voice.

The concert includes music by and inspired by African Americans and Native Americans, reflecting the diverse voices that make up the cultural mosaic that is the United States. This program also premieres the winning work of the 5th annual Stephen Paulus Emerging Composers Competition.

Open Seating GENERAL @$27.00 PREMIUM @$42.00 GENERAL - SUBSCRIBER PRICE @$22.00 PREMIUM - SUBSCRIBER PRICE @$37.00

True Concord: From Silenced to Singing

Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718

The program includes the rescheduled and highly anticipated world premiere of Jocelyn Hagen’s work celebrating women’s voices and written in commemoration of the centenary of women’s suffrage. Featuring illuminated portraits and the words of 47 different women from around the world and across time, this work tells the story of the importance of finding—and using—your voice. The concert includes music by and inspired by African Americans and Native Americans, reflecting the diverse voices that make up the cultural mosaic that is the United States. This program also premieres the winning work of the 5th annual Stephen Paulus Emerging Composers Competition.

Open Seating GENERAL @$27.00 PREMIUM @$42.00 GENERAL - SUBSCRIBER PRICE @$22.00 PREMIUM - SUBSCRIBER PRICE @$37.00

True Concord: From Silenced to Singing

Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718

The program includes the rescheduled and highly anticipated world premiere of Jocelyn Hagen’s work celebrating women’s voices and written in commemoration of the centenary of women’s suffrage. Featuring illuminated portraits and the words of 47 different women from around the world and across time, this work tells the story of the importance of finding—and using—your voice. The concert includes music by and inspired by African Americans and Native Americans, reflecting the diverse voices that make up the cultural mosaic that is the United States. This program also premieres the winning work of the 5th annual Stephen Paulus Emerging Composers Competition.

Open Seating GENERAL @$27.00 PREMIUM @$42.00 GENERAL - SUBSCRIBER PRICE @$22.00 PREMIUM - SUBSCRIBER PRICE @$37.00

Phoenix Chorale: re:BIRTH – Reflection and renewal

LA CASA DE CRISTO LUTHERAN CHURCH, 6300 E Bell Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Springtime makes us think of new life and new possibilities. The Earth brings forth new shoots and seeds germinate in time for summer growth and an anticipated harvest, and Christians think of Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus. Spring festivals demand music, and composers have willingly provided choral works for generations. Many of these works celebrate the weather, the ground finally thawing and a corresponding spring in our step (pun intended!), and here we present songs, dances and reflections in praise of this exciting time of the year. As part of a new commitment to championing the work of female composers and supporting new works, this concert series includes the World Premiere of a new work by Phoenix Chorale soprano Kira Zeeman Rugen, with text reflecting on Phoenix’s namesake bird – perhaps the most enduring symbol of birth and rebirth.

The first in Phoenix Masterworks, a series of concerts celebrating some of the most timeless and inspiring works for voices from the Renaissance to the present day, this concert also showcases American composer Aaron Copland, with his masterpiece In the Beginning, written for Mezzo-Soprano solo and chorus, providing a central theme of creation and new life at the beginning of the second half.

$40 Adults $35 Seniors (65 & older) $35 Military (active duty) $20 Students (with ID)

Phoenix Chorale: re:BIRTH – Reflection and renewal

FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF MESA, 15 E First Avenue, Mesa, AZ 85210

Springtime makes us think of new life and new possibilities. The Earth brings forth new shoots and seeds germinate in time for summer growth and an anticipated harvest, and Christians think of Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus. Spring festivals demand music, and composers have willingly provided choral works for generations. Many of these works celebrate the weather, the ground finally thawing and a corresponding spring in our step (pun intended!), and here we present songs, dances and reflections in praise of this exciting time of the year. As part of a new commitment to championing the work of female composers and supporting new works, this concert series includes the World Premiere of a new work by Phoenix Chorale soprano Kira Zeeman Rugen, with text reflecting on Phoenix’s namesake bird – perhaps the most enduring symbol of birth and rebirth.

The first in Phoenix Masterworks, a series of concerts celebrating some of the most timeless and inspiring works for voices from the Renaissance to the present day, this concert also showcases American composer Aaron Copland, with his masterpiece In the Beginning, written for Mezzo-Soprano solo and chorus, providing a central theme of creation and new life at the beginning of the second half.

$40 Adults $35 Seniors (65 & older) $35 Military (active duty) $20 Students (with ID)

Phoenix Chorale: re:BIRTH – Reflection and renewal

TRINITY EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL, 100 W. Roosevelt St., Phoenix, 85003

Springtime makes us think of new life and new possibilities. The Earth brings forth new shoots and seeds germinate in time for summer growth and an anticipated harvest, and Christians think of Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus. Spring festivals demand music, and composers have willingly provided choral works for generations. Many of these works celebrate the weather, the ground finally thawing and a corresponding spring in our step (pun intended!), and here we present songs, dances and reflections in praise of this exciting time of the year. As part of a new commitment to championing the work of female composers and supporting new works, this concert series includes the World Premiere of a new work by Phoenix Chorale soprano Kira Zeeman Rugen, with text reflecting on Phoenix’s namesake bird – perhaps the most enduring symbol of birth and rebirth.

The first in Phoenix Masterworks, a series of concerts celebrating some of the most timeless and inspiring works for voices from the Renaissance to the present day, this concert also showcases American composer Aaron Copland, with his masterpiece In the Beginning, written for Mezzo-Soprano solo and chorus, providing a central theme of creation and new life at the beginning of the second half.

$40 Adults $35 Seniors (65 & older) $35 Military (active duty) $20 Students (with ID)

Phoenix Chorale: re:BIRTH – Reflection and renewal

CAMELBACK BIBLE CHURCH, 3900 E. Stanford Dr., Paradise Valley

Springtime makes us think of new life and new possibilities. The Earth brings forth new shoots and seeds germinate in time for summer growth and an anticipated harvest, and Christians think of Easter and the Resurrection of Jesus. Spring festivals demand music, and composers have willingly provided choral works for generations. Many of these works celebrate the weather, the ground finally thawing and a corresponding spring in our step (pun intended!), and here we present songs, dances and reflections in praise of this exciting time of the year. As part of a new commitment to championing the work of female composers and supporting new works, this concert series includes the World Premiere of a new work by Phoenix Chorale soprano Kira Zeeman Rugen, with text reflecting on Phoenix’s namesake bird – perhaps the most enduring symbol of birth and rebirth.

The first in Phoenix Masterworks, a series of concerts celebrating some of the most timeless and inspiring works for voices from the Renaissance to the present day, this concert also showcases American composer Aaron Copland, with his masterpiece In the Beginning, written for Mezzo-Soprano solo and chorus, providing a central theme of creation and new life at the beginning of the second half.

$40 Adults $35 Seniors (65 & older) $35 Military (active duty) $20 Students (with ID)

True Concord: From Mourning to Dancing (Bach B Minor Mass)

Valley Presbyterian Church, 2800 S Camino del Sol, Green Valley, AZ 85622

Originally scheduled for March 2020, this performance was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The B-Minor Mass is one of the supreme achievements of classical music and the perfect close to the 2021-22 season, "A New Day."

Open Seating GENERAL @$27.00 PREMIUM @$42.00 Reserved Seating RESERVED @$52.00

True Concord: From Mourning to Dancing (Bach B Minor Mass)

Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718

Originally scheduled for March 2020, this performance was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The B-Minor Mass is one of the supreme achievements of classical music and the perfect close to the 2021-22 season, "A New Day."

Open Seating GENERAL @$27.00 PREMIUM @$42.00 Reserved Seating RESERVED @$52.00

True Concord: From Mourning to Dancing (Bach B Minor Mass)

Catalina Foothills High School, 4300 E Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718

Originally scheduled for March 2020, this performance was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak. The B-Minor Mass is one of the supreme achievements of classical music and the perfect close to the 2021-22 season, "A New Day."

Open Seating GENERAL @$27.00 PREMIUM @$42.00 Reserved Seating RESERVED @$52.00