Purchase tickets for ProMusica Arizona's 17th Anniversary Season concerts here!

To purchase a Season Pass at a discounted price of $86.40 for Adult and $79.20 for Senior/Military, choose one performance from each concert, and your discount will be automatically applied to your total purchase.

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Celebrate America: In the first concert of the season, PMAZ presents American music including Broadway, folk tunes, spirituals, and of course patriotic music and a salute to servicemen and women in the stirring piece Armed Forces: The Pride of America! These recognizable and uniquely American music selections, including Copland’s Fanfare for the Common Man and Irving Berlin’s America, will remind the audience of our great country’s history and development!

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Joy to All the World: PMAZ’s holiday concert includes seasonal music from around the world including a medley of Christmas carols from diverse cultures arranged for choir and orchestra by composer Craig Bohmler of Mountain Days: The John Muir Musical and Riders of the Purple Sage fame. Traditional, classical, and the ever-favorite sing-alongs are included.

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Latin SpiceMisa Azteca, a musical oratorio for choir, orchestra, Aztec instruments, and Mariachi, will be presented in collaboration with the Arizona State University Mariachi ensemble and the Carolyn Eynon Singers. Latin influenced music, including Leroy Anderson’s Blue Tango and Cole Porter’s Night and Day, will round out the program, finishing with the rousing finale from Gilbert and Sullivan’s operetta The Gondoliers.

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Baroque to Bluegrass: PMAZ’s final concert of the season includes Come Away to the Skies: A High Lonesome Mass written by Tim Sharp and performed by PMAZ in their 2017 performance at Carnegie Hall. Accompanied by a rousing live bluegrass band, this piece is a unique combination incorporating the movements of a traditional mass, based on American folk songs, with a bluegrass flavor. The second half of the program will feature small instrumental and vocal ensembles from the Chorale and Orchestra with young guest artists as featured soloists, performing music from the Baroque period to present day. This is an experience not to be missed!

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