West Valley Symphony ready for 1st show of 2020

‘Romantic Music from Russia and Finland’ on Surprise stage

Posted 12/29/19

Maestro Cal Stewart Kellogg and the 70-plus musicians of the West Valley Symphony perform 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 12 at Valley Vista Performing Arts Center, 15550 N. Parkview Place, Surprise.

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West Valley Symphony ready for 1st show of 2020

‘Romantic Music from Russia and Finland’ on Surprise stage

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Maestro Cal Stewart Kellogg and the 70-plus musicians of the West Valley Symphony perform 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 12 at Valley Vista Performing Arts Center, 15550 N. Parkview Place, Surprise.

The first production of 2020 showcases Great Romantic Music from Russia and Finland. Pianist Erin Hales returns to the Valley Vista stage to perform Rachmaninoff’s beloved Concerto No. 2 for piano. This concert will include the Ruslan and Ludmilla Overture by Glinka and Symphony No. 2, Op. 45 by Sibelius.

On Feb. 9, cellist Thomas Landschoot will join the Symphony musicians to perform Dvorak’s Cello Concerto in B minor. Concert includes Haydn’s Symphony No. 99 in E-flat Major.

March 8 will highlight the soloistic powers of recently appointed Concertmaster Luke Avery Hill performing Prokofiev’s beautiful Concerto in D Major, Op. 19. This concert also includes Mozart’s Don Giovanni Overture and Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4.

March 29 will feature the Phoenician Tenors performing some of the greatest arias by composers such as Verdi, Donizetti, Leoncavallo and Puccini.

Reserved seating ticket sales for the Symphony are handled by the Arizona Broadway Theatre Box Office. Tickets available by phone at 623-707-8844 Option 1; online at tickets.azbroadwaytheatre.com/; in person at Arizona Broadway Theatre, 7701 W. Paradise Lane, Peoria; or pre-concert on Sundays at Valley Vista Performing Arts Center after 2 p.m.

Visit westvalleysymphony.org.

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