ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra planning concert

Show will be both in-person, live-streamed

Posted 8/18/20

ProMusica Arizona will present a live-streamed and in-person concert entitled “A Musical Kaleidoscope,” featuring musical talent in small ensembles and solo performances on Sunday Nov. 8.

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ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra planning concert

Show will be both in-person, live-streamed

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ProMusica Arizona will present a live-streamed and in-person concert entitled “A Musical Kaleidoscope,” featuring musical talent in small ensembles and solo performances on Sunday Nov. 8.

Location details to be announced.

ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra, now in its 18th year is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Live performances regularly focus on West Valley locations like the Glendale Civic Center,  5750 W. Glenn Drive, and E. Lowell Rogers Amphitheatre, 5850 W. Glendale Ave., in Glendale; Sunrise Mountain Library, 21109 N. 98th Ave., in Peoria; and American Lutheran Church, 17200 N. Del Webb Blvd., in Sun City.

ProMusica Arizona is a member of Chorus America, League of American Orchestras, Anthem Area Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Citizens for the Arts, and West Valley Arts Council.

The Nov. 8 concert will include:

  • A string ensemble will play Vivaldi’s Violin Concerto in A Minor, Opus 3, No. 6, featuring 15-year-old soloist, Tara Fatima.
  • A vocal octet will sing selections from Brahms’ “Liebeslieder Waltzes” accompanied by four-hand piano.
  • A women’s octet will sing selections including Morten Lauridsen’s “Sure on this Shining Night” and “If Music be the Food of Love” by David Dickau.
  • Award-winning tenor, Aaron Smith, will sing the beautiful “Dein ist Mein Ganzes Herz” by Franz Lehar.
  • A vocal quartet featuring local artists Jerry and Karin Gunderson, their son, Ryan, and ProMusica Arizona Artistic Director Patti Graetz will sing a set of a cappella selections.
  • ProMusica Arizona’s Concertmaster, Meghan Ruel, and her husband, Diego Miranda, will round out the afternoon with selections for violin and classical guitar.

The performance will be live-streamed, and a limited number of tickets will be available for those who wish to attend in person. Sate-mandated guidelines for COVID-19 will be followed. 

Visit pmaz.org or call 623-326-5172.

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