PINNACLE CONCERT SERIES

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Celebration of Christmas
Dec
3
3:00pm 3:00pm

Celebration of Christmas

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A delightful way to usher in the holiday season! Join the Pinnacle Chancel Choir, Pinnacle Pealers, Brandon Burns on the Richards-Fowkes organ, the Brass of the Desert, and Bartholomew Faire in a beautifully-crafted program of readings and song that tell the story of the beloved carol, The First Nowell. This wonderfully varied concert of inspirational and joyous Christmas music surely will become your family tradition, if it is not already.

Tickets not required. FREE - A special offering will be received to further the fine arts program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

 

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Celebration of Christmas
Dec
3
7:00pm 7:00pm

Celebration of Christmas

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A delightful way to usher in the holiday season! Join the Pinnacle Chancel Choir, Pinnacle Pealers, Brandon Burns on the Richards-Fowkes organ, the Brass of the Desert, and Bartholomew Faire in a beautifully-crafted program of readings and song that tell the story of the beloved carol, The First Nowell. This wonderfully varied concert of inspirational and joyous Christmas music surely will become your family tradition, if it is not already.

Tickets not required. FREE - A special offering will be received to further the fine arts program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

 

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Handel's Messiah
Dec
10
3:00pm 3:00pm

Handel's Messiah

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General Admission: $79*
(Pricing set by the Phoenix Symphony)

Handel's massive oratorio makes a profound musical statement of the Christian Faith, celebrating the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The acclaimed and popular “Hallelujah” chorus highlights this spiritual concert. Join Music Director Tito Muñoz as he conducts The Phoenix Symphony, The Phoenix Symphony Chorus and world-class soloists in this full-length version of Messiah, considered among the most glorious sacred music ever written.

* PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are available only through the Phoenix Symphony
   box office, 602.495.1999, 1.800.776.9080 or click button below and you will be redirected.

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Bartholomew Faire
Jan
21
3:00pm 3:00pm

Bartholomew Faire

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General Admission: $25; Student: Free

"Orchésographie: Renaissance Dances from the Sixteenth Century"  
Bartholomew Faire beckons you with Renaissance dances played on authentic period instruments: lutes, harp, citole, oud, shawms, bagpipes, rauschpfeife, pipe & tabor, dulcian, crumhorns, recorders, bladder-pipes, and the mighty hurdy-gurdy. Classical devotees will be enthralled with this ‘crazy cousin’ of the classical world — jazz aficionados intrigued by its improvisation — world music lovers drawn in by very familiar sounds — and pop, alternative, and rock fans captivated by the music's vitality and drive. There truly is something for everyone in this program of distinctive dance tunes.

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Diamond Rocks
Jan
27
7:30pm 7:30pm

Diamond Rocks

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Premium Seating: $50; General Admission: $35; Student: Free
(Specific seating is available for this concert)

Diamond Rocks all the great Neil Diamond classics like Coming to America, Sweet Caroline and Song Sung Blue, magically recreated by San Diego “Entertainer of the Year” and Reno “Show of the Year” headliner Barrie Cunningham. The look and sound from this #1 tribute artist is pure Diamond.

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ABBAFAB
Mar
16
7:30pm 7:30pm

ABBAFAB

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Premium Seating: $50; Standard Seating: $23; Student: Free  
(Specific seating is availablefor this concert)

The sensational tribute band ABBAFAB brings the ABBA songbook to Pinnacle Concert Series with mega hits Waterloo, Fernando, Dancing Queen, Mamma Mia and more! The ultimate ‘feel good’ music and high-energy show that played to sold-out crowds across the U.S. and abroad will have you dancing in your seat.

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Phoenix Symphony Chorus
Mar
23
7:30pm 7:30pm

Phoenix Symphony Chorus

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Premium Seating: $40; General
Admission:  $25; Student: Free

 The 140+ member Phoenix Symphony Chorus led by Concert Master Dr. Thomas Bookhout is "... one of the gems of Phoenix's cultural scene. It is a great chorus.” [The Arizona Republic] “The Phoenix Symphony Chorus was outstanding – robust and riveting.” [Broadway World] This will be an evening to remember! 

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are available only through the Phoenix Symphony box office, 602.495.1999, 1.800.776.9080.

 

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Pamela Ruiter Feenstra
Apr
20
7:30pm 7:30pm

Pamela Ruiter Feenstra

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Premium Seating: $40; General Admission: $25; Student: Free

Internationally acclaimed performer, composer, pedagogue, and author of Bach and the Art of Improvisation, Dr. Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra will debut her new CD, Ruiter-Feenstra on the Richards & Fowkes, recorded in 2017 on the Pinnacle Presbyterian organ. Lauded for "unfailing authority, stylistic savvy and a good deal of élan" (Fanfare Magazine), Ruiter-Feenstra describes Pinnacle's organ as "one of the best in the world--it makes my soul sing." Ruiter-Feenstra's compositions range from Renaissance to jazz styles, and feature creative variations on beloved Psalms, hymns, and chorales that highlight the kaleidoscopic colors, communicative transparency, and human breathing quality of the fabulous Richards & Fowkes organ.

This concert is co-sponsored by the Central Arizona Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

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Jonathan Ryan, organist
Apr
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

Jonathan Ryan, organist

Premium Seating: $35; General Admission: $20; Student: Free
Note: Student tickets are only available the evening of the concert at the door.

Jonathan Ryan is a multi-prize-winning organist.  Lauded for his strong communicative skills in a variety of styles, exceptional use of the instrument's capabilities, and bold programming, he has emerged as one of North America's premier young concert artists.  With a repertoire spanning the 16th to 21st centuries, he has performed at celebrated venues, festivals, and conventions throughout North America and Europe.  His performance at Pinnacle will be of J.S. Bach's Clavierubung III  in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.

This concert is co-sponsored by the Central Arizona Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

 

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ProMusica Arizona presents: The Unpredictable Adventures of Henry Hicklebee
Apr
7
7:30pm 7:30pm

ProMusica Arizona presents: The Unpredictable Adventures of Henry Hicklebee

Premium Seating: $35; General Admission: $20; Student: Free
Note: Student tickets are only available the evening of the concert at the door.

The Unpredictable Adventures of Henry Hicklebee is unlike any other concert as it takes audience participation to a new level.  Live voting in real time via cell phones will direct Henry Hicklebee to different countries on his worldwide journey to find his family's roots.  Both the plot development and the music performed by the chorus and orchestra are dependent upon what the audience chooses, making every performance a unique experience.  Since its founding in 2003, ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra has become a leader in bringing live music to audiences in the greater Phoenix area.  With almost 100 singers and instrumentalists ranging in age from late teens to mid-80s, the group has performed for a wide range of audiences across the Valley. 

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Mark Hayes, pianist with Stephanie Ann Ball, soprano
Mar
24
7:30pm 7:30pm

Mark Hayes, pianist with Stephanie Ann Ball, soprano

Premium Seating: $40; General Admission: $25; Student: Free
Note: Student tickets are only available the evening of the concert at the door.

Award-winning concert pianist, composer, arranger and conductor, Mark Hayes has published over 1,000 works, including music for voice, piano, orchestra, jazz combos, instrumental ensembles and choirs.  He has conducted his works at Carnegie Hall and received awards recognizing his exemplary leadership in Christian music.  While much of his music is sacred, he has also received awards for arranging and orchestrating the music for Civil War Voices at the 2010 Midtown International Theater Festival in New York.  In this concert of his works, Hayes will be joined by soprano Stephanie Ann Ball who is swiftly taking her place in the world of classical music.  Combining her warm, strong lyric voice with the jazz-influenced piano music of Hayes will offer a rare treat to all who come.

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The Four Freshmen
Mar
10
7:30pm 7:30pm

The Four Freshmen

Premium Seating: $45; General Admission: $30; Student: Free
(Specific seating is available for this concert.)
Note: Student tickets are only available the evening of the concert at the door.

Singing with a harmony uniquely their own, The Four Freshmen have been entertaining listeners world-wide for 65 years.  Their tight-knit sound inspired The Beach Boys, The Mamas & The Papas and Frankie Valli among others.  While paying tribute to such classic Freshmen favorites as Day by Day and Blue World, the current group also continues to deliver new arrangements such as The Girl from Ipanema and Stompin' at the Savoy that have become audience favorites.  The faces may have changed through the years, but the integrity of their time-honored sound and the energy of the performers make this a concert not to be missed!

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Concordia Choir with Rene Clausen, director
Mar
4
7:30pm 7:30pm

Concordia Choir with Rene Clausen, director

Premium Seating: $40;  General Admission: $25; Student: Free
Note: Student tickets are only available the evening of the concert at the door.

The Concordia Choir of Moorhead, MN, continues to affirm its reputation as one of America's finest a cappella choirs.  Since 1920, the 72-voice choir has performed in nearly every major hall in the United States, including Carnegie Hall and Kennedy Center, as well as taking numerous international tours.  A 2010 performance and recording session with the Grammy Award-winning King's Singers and multiple performances on Garrison Keillor's Prairie Home Companion radio show highlight the Choir's world-class quality.  Their incredible blend and unmatched musicality promise an evening of choral music at its finest.

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The 3 International Tenors
Jan
27
7:30pm 7:30pm

The 3 International Tenors

Premium Seating: $45; General Admission: $30; Student: Free
(Specific seating is available for this concert.)

The 3 International Tenors is a tribute to some of the finest music in the world and features show-stopping performances that pay homage to the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Enrico Caruso and others.  Included in the concert are stirring renditions of some of the most memorable songs ever written such as Time to Say Goodbye, Ave Maria, and Nessun Dorma.  These three musicians come from extremely diverse backgrounds to sing music from opera, musical theatre and pop opera in a most entertaining way.

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Piano Man
Jan
20
7:30pm 7:30pm

Piano Man

Premium Seating: $45; General Admission: $30; Student: Free
(Specific seating is available for this concert.)

The music of Billy Joel and Elton John comes to life in this multimedia tribute starring the voice and piano of British entertainer Terry Davies, backed by an extraordinary nine-piece band. You'll be singing, dancing, laughing and crying as you experience the sights, sounds and amazing musical journeys of Billy and Elton's careers. Their incredible catalogue of classic hits includes Piano Man, New York State of Mind, Rocket Man and Candle in the Wind as well as many more. This promises to be an evening to remember!

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Handel's Messiah
Dec
11
3:00pm 3:00pm

Handel's Messiah

Handel's massive oratorio makes a profound musical statement of the Christian faith, celebrating the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  The acclaimed and popular Hallelujah chorus highlights this classical favorite.  Music Director Tito Munoz and The Phoenix Symphony return to present the full-length version of Messiah, joined by The Phoenix Symphony Chorus and soloists.

*PLEASE NOTE:  Tickets are available only through The Phoenix Symphony box office, 602.495.1999,  l.800.776.9080 or online at phoenixsymphony.org.

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Celebration of Christmas
Dec
4
7:00pm 7:00pm

Celebration of Christmas

One of the most beloved concerts of the season, Celebration of Christmas offers a wonderfully varied program of inspirational and joyous holiday music.  Already a favorite tradition among many, this event features music to usher in the Christmas spirit.  Join the Pinnacle Chancel Choir, Pinnacle Pealers and special instrumental guests as they combine forces to create a magical experience!

*FREE - No ticket required. A special offering will be received to further the fine arts program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

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Celebration of Christmas
Dec
4
4:00pm 4:00pm

Celebration of Christmas

One of the most beloved concerts of the season, Celebration of Christmas offers a wonderfully varied program of inspirational and joyous holiday music.  Already a favorite tradition among many, this event features music to usher in the Christmas spirit.  Join the Pinnacle Chancel Choir, Pinnacle Pealers and special instrumental guests as they combine forces to create a magical experience!

*FREE - No ticket required. A special offering will be received to further the fine arts program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

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Mill Avenue Chamber Players
Nov
18
7:30pm 7:30pm

Mill Avenue Chamber Players

General Admission:  $20;  Student:  Free
in the Chapel

Formed in 2007, the Mill Avenue Chamber Players is a professional chamber music ensemble based in Phoenix.  With a woodwind quintet (flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, and bassoon) as the core ensemble, the group often collaborates with other musicians to offer a wide range of programming.  Embarking on its ninth season, the Mill Ave Chamber Players seek to strengthen communities by presenting quality chamber music performances across the Valley.  The group also performs regularly for a number of schools and holds an annual summer chamber music camp.  Their first album "Mill Ave Chamber Players" was released in 2014.

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Phantom Night
Oct
28
7:00pm 7:00pm

Phantom Night

The whole family is invited to an evening of classic Halloween music.  You'll be treated to selections from The Phantom of the Opera by Adrienne Goglia and Drake Sherman as well as other deliciously spooky songs performed by Valerie Perkins and Mark Leal.  "The Phantom of the Organ" will make a special appearance playing all those scary tunes on the Richards, Fowkes, Inc. organ, and a spectacular array of carved pumpkins will help to set just the right mood.  Come if you dare!

*FREE. Donations will be received to support the Pinnacle Concert Series.

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Organized Rhythm
Apr
15
7:30pm 7:30pm

Organized Rhythm

Premium Seating: $35;  General Admission: $20; Student: Free

Clive Driskill-Smith, a young English organist sensation, and Joseph Gramley, a young American percussion virtuoso, have teamed up to present organ and percussion in a whole new way.   Performing unique arrangements of classical masterpieces such as Gustav Holst's The Planets and Saint-Saens' Carnival of the Animals, the duo displays passion, technical mastery and precision as they take audiences on a musical adventure.  This concert is certain to please young and old alike with a blend of well-prepared music and entertaining humor.

This concert is co-sponsored by the Central Arizona Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.


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Ocotillo Winds
Apr
8
7:30pm 7:30pm

Ocotillo Winds

General Admission: $20;  Student: Free
In the Chapel

The Ocotillo Winds are a refreshingly entertaining breeze from the desert Southwest.  Their fast-paced programs are packed with the dynamic energy of three virtuosos: oboist Martin Schuring, clarinetist Robert Spring and bassoonist Albie Micklich.  With repertoire from the French countryside, the Brazilian rainforest and downtown Phoenix, their concerts are anything but dry.


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December '63: The Music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons
Mar
18
7:30pm 7:30pm

December '63: The Music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Premium Seating: $45;  General Admission: $27;  Student: Free
(Specific seating is available for this concert)

The music of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons comes to life in this toe-tapping concert. December '63 showcases all the favorite songs from Frankie Valli, classics that have been thrilling audiences for decades as well as the most popular singles from the Broadway musical, Jersey Boys. This rocking tribute concert will have you reaching for the high notes right along with the musicians.

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Phoenix Boys Choir presents Vision of Peace
Mar
4
7:30pm 7:30pm

Phoenix Boys Choir presents Vision of Peace

Premium Seating: $28; General Admission: $23;
Student: Free  

Join the world-renown Phoenix Boys Choir in this moving concert expressing mankind's universal desire for peace on earth. With stunning beauty, the voices of the choir powerfully illustrate this dream with a selection of inspired choral masterpieces. The program features Haydn's majestic Timpani Mass, written in tribute to his war ravaged homeland of Austria; excerpts from I Never Saw Another Butterfly, a musical tribute to the children lost in World War II; and Verleih uns Frieden (Grant Us Peace) by Heinrich Schütz, based on Martin Luther's poignant text: "In these our days so perilous, Lord, peace in mercy send us".

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Broadway Comes to Pinnacle
Jan
29
7:30pm 7:30pm

Broadway Comes to Pinnacle

Premium Seating: $45; General Admission: $27; Student: Free
(Specific seating is available for this concert)

Broadway comes to Pinnacle in one massive concert of blockbusters!  From West Side Story to Les Miserables and from Oklahoma to Phantom of the Opera, this show will appeal to music lovers everywhere. The most popular songs from the most successful musicals will be presented in a one-of-a-kind setting. No acting or costumes here - just tremendous songs performed by spectacular singers that will leave you cheering for more.

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The Abbey Road Band
Jan
15
7:30pm 7:30pm

The Abbey Road Band

Premium Seating: $45; General Admission: $27; Student: Free
(Specific seating is available for this concert)

From their humble beginnings eleven years ago, The Abbey Road Band has become one of the most sought-after Beatles Tribute Bands in the United States. They don't wear wigs or costumes. They don't try to look like the Beatles. What The Abbey Road Band does is sound like the Beatles.  These four superb musicians share the passion of the Beatles' music and have dedicated their musical lives to recapturing that perfect sound of the early Beatles' performances. 

 

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Dec
13
3:00pm 3:00pm

Handel's Messiah

General Admission: $49

Handel's massive oratorio makes a profound musical statement of the Christian faith, celebrating the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  The acclaimed and popular "Hallelujah" chorus highlights this classical favorite. Music Director Tito Muñoz and The Phoenix Symphony return to present the full-length version of Messiah, joined by The Phoenix Symphony Chorus and soloists.

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Celebration of Christmas
Dec
6
7:00pm 7:00pm

Celebration of Christmas

Free Concert - a donation is requested*

The magic and promise of the Christmas season come alive with this beloved annual holiday concert. With a mixture of bells, brass, strings, winds and voices, Celebration of Christmas creates a festive occasion that is the perfect way to herald the season. Join the Pinnacle Chancel Choir, Pinnacle Pealers and special instrumental guests for a memorable and inspirational holiday celebration.

*FREE. A special offering will be received to further the fine arts program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

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Celebration of Christmas
Dec
6
4:00pm 4:00pm

Celebration of Christmas

Free Concert - a donation is requested*

The magic and promise of the Christmas season come alive with this beloved annual holiday concert. With a mixture of bells, brass, strings, winds and voices, Celebration of Christmas creates a festive occasion that is the perfect way to herald the season. Join the Pinnacle Chancel Choir, Pinnacle Pealers and special instrumental guests for a memorable and inspirational holiday celebration.

*FREE. A special offering will be received to further the fine arts program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

 

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The Spirit of Phoenix
Nov
20
7:30pm 7:30pm

The Spirit of Phoenix

Premium Seating: $35; General Admission: $25; Student: Free

As the primary performing group of the Greater Phoenix Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society, The Spirit of Phoenix has been an institution in the Valley for over seventy years. Like the Phoenix of mythology, the men's chorus has risen to become one of the premiere performing organizations in the Society, capturing the title of International Chorus Champion three times. The chorus has performed extensively throughout the United States and Canada. This is barbershop harmony at its finest!

 



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Phantom Night
Oct
30
7:00pm 7:00pm

Phantom Night

Free Concert - a donation is requested*

The whole family is invited to an evening of classic Halloween music.  You'll be treated to selections from The Phantom of the Opera by Pinnacle's soloists as well as other deliciously spooky songs. "The Phantom of the Organ" will make a special appearance playing all those scary tunes on the Richards, Fowkes, Inc. organ, and a spectacular array of carved pumpkins will help to set just the right mood.  Come if you dare!

*FREE. Donations will be received to further the fine arts program of Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

 

 

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Isabelle Demers, organ
Apr
24
7:30pm 7:30pm

Isabelle Demers, organ

Premium Seating: $35;
General Admission: $20;
Student: Free

VIRTUOSITY AND CHARM

A native of Quebec, Isabelle Demers is rapidly becoming recognized as one of North America’s most virtuosic organists. Demers is Organ Professor and Head of the Organ Program at Baylor University in Texas along with maintaining an active international concert schedule. Recent engagements include the cathedrals of Cologne and Regensburg in Germany, St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, the Royal Opera House of Muscat, Oman as well as major universities and concert halls across the United States. Critics agree that her performances are stunning, powerful and moving yet performed with “consummate musicianship” (The Diapason) - truly an event not to be missed. This concert is co-sponsored by the Central Arizona Chapter of the American Guild of Organists.

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A Pipe Organ Exploration
Mar
22
11:15am11:15am

A Pipe Organ Exploration

Sanctuary Choir Loft

The Richards, Fowkes, Inc. pipe organ designed for Pinnacle Presbyterian Church, has three  manuals, fifty stops and 3,364 pipes. It was custom designed for the space and built entirely in their small shop in Ooltewah, Tennessee. Join Brent Hylton for an up-close and personal tour of this extraordinary organ. Mr. Hylton will not only lead the experience, including a “behind the pipes” look inside the organ chambers, he will also demonstrate the power and majesty of this exceptional instrument. 

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West Valley Symphony
Mar
21
7:30pm 7:30pm

West Valley Symphony

Cal Stewart Kellogg, conductor

Premium Seating: $45;
General Admission: $27;
Main Floor Rear: $15;
Student: Free

SHALL WE DANCE?

On December 15, 1968, residents of Sun City gathered for the first performance of what is now known as the West Valley Symphony. Maestro Kellogg was named Music Director/Conductor of the group in April 2009, and with his personable style and exceptional talent the orchestra continues to provide stirring performances for the West Valley throughout the year. Now the orchestra travels to the east side of the Valley to present an entertaining program of dance music which will include the “Bacchanale” from Saint-Saens’ Samson and Delilah, Polovtsian Dances by Borodin and Ravel’s Bolero along with other well-known works. 

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The Hyltons & Friends
Mar
13
7:30pm 7:30pm

The Hyltons & Friends

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Premium Seating: $35;
General Admission: $20;
Student: Free

VOCAL FIREWORKS!

Long time Music Directors at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church Brent and Marilyn Hylton have invited former soloists of the Chancel Choir to return and present a concert with Pinnacle's current soloists. Jeff Jones, baritone, is Music Professor at Coastal Carolina University; Sean Clark, tenor, sings with the Canadian Opera Co.; Jennifer Allen, mezzo-soprano, is establishing a career on the East coast; Ryan Keller, tenor, is forging a singing career in the Midwest; and Kira Rugen, soprano, returns after earning a doctoral degree in choral conducting. All will join forces with current soloists Adrienne Goglia, Valerie Perkins, Andrew Peck and Toby Kidd to present an evening of stellar vocal music accompanied by the Hyltons. With repertoire ranging from opera arias to Broadway hits, there is sure to be something for everyone, and the vocal fireworks when they all sing together are not to be missed! 

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A Musical Encounter with “The Day of Wrath”
Feb
9
7:00pm 7:00pm

A Musical Encounter with “The Day of Wrath”

Sanctuary Choir Loft

The strains of the sinister Dies Irae (“The Day of Wrath”) are heard frequently in Stanley Kubrick’s films, particularly throughout "The Shining" and in portions of "A Clockwork Orange". This most famous Christian doomsday hymn has been attributed to the 13th-century composer Thomas of Celano. In the 16th century it became an obligatory part of the Requiem Mass, which has its place at funerals, memorial services, and on All Souls’ Day. It evokes the apocalyptic picture of the dissolution of the world into ashes and implores the Lord not to cast the repentant sinner into outer darkness. Join Brent Hylton as he discusses the numerous classical composers who have quoted it in their works to demonic effect. Most notable occurrences include Hector Berlioz in the Symphonie Fantastique; Franz Liszt in the monumental Totentanz for Piano and Orchestra and Camille Saint-Saens in the Danse Macabre among others. This presentation is not intended for the faint of heart! 

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First Day
Jan
30
7:30pm 7:30pm

First Day

Premium Seating: $45; 
General Admission: $27; 
Main Floor Rear: $15;
Student: Free

SONGS OF PRAISE AND INSPIRATION

From the “First Day” these vocalists joined forces they have captivated and inspired audiences of all ages with their unique blend of a cappella music. First Day is a five-man all-vocal band performing contemporary songs of praise in the southern gospel style. Featuring tight harmonies, deep bass, amazing vocal percussion and relevant lyrics, the group delivers a bold style of music that entertains and uplifts all who hear them. 

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The Brothers Four
Jan
25
4:00pm 4:00pm

The Brothers Four

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Premium Seating: $45;
General Admission: $27;
Main Floor Rear: $15;
Student: Free

TRY TO REMEMBER

The smooth musical sounds of The Brothers Four have delighted millions for fifty years. They have played thousands of college concerts, serenaded four U.S. presidents at the White House, performed with symphony orchestras and jazz stars, and entertained in dozens of foreign countries. Internationally acclaimed, they are truly “America’s Musical Ambassadors to the World.” They are known for such hits as “Yellow Bird”, “Try to Remember” and “The Green Leaves of Summer” to name just a few. Their all-acoustic performances include guitars, banjo, mandolin, upright bass and the trademark rich blend of their four voices. An afternoon with this quartet is an unforgettable time of pure music and entertainment. 

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