GRAMMY-winning Phoenix Chorale opens our doors for a free rehearsal
Step in off the hustle and bustle of Roosevelt Row on First Friday to enjoy the sublime sounds of Phoenix Chorale.
Hear the Chorale share a preview of our holiday program, “A Chorale Christmas” as Guest Conductor Dr. Jace Saplan gives you an intimate look at his preparation for what is sure to be a stunning concert.
Open Rehearsal begins at 6:30 PM
Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Downtown Phoenix
100 W Roosevelt St Phoenix, AZ 85003
No tickets required, come and go as you please.View Details
With Audience Carol Sing
$23 Youth (Under 16)
The holidays just aren’t the holidays without it!
An annual fixture in the Valley for many decades, experience the pure voices of Phoenix Chorale and enrich your Holiday season with choral favorites old and new.
Phoenix Chorale welcomes Dr. Jace Saplan as Guest Conductor. A dynamic force in choral music, now Director of Choral Activities at ASU, winning fans across America for his championing of rich choral repertoire from many cultures, and for his infectious Hawaiian spirit.
“My hope is to present a winter snow globe to our Arizona community. Growing up in Hawai’i with parents from Native Hawaiian, Filipino, and Chinese backgrounds, the winter holiday season was a delightful tapestry of cultures and soundworlds. For many of us, this season is a returning and recentering to what home is, and I hope this program provides a home for all of us— no matter where we are situated in the snow globe of life.”
The performance on Saturday 16th December at Trinity Cathedral will be followed by a complimentary wine reception, sponsored by Thorpe Shwer, PC
We thank the following patrons for their generous concert sponsorships:
Sunday 17th December by Mr. Wade Chapman
Monday 18th December by Tom and Alyssa ReimersView Details
presented by Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
$23-$45 through scottsdaleperformingarts.org or by calling their box office at480-499-TKTS (8587)
This production is exclusively presented by Scottsdale Center for the Arts, with chamber orchestra, for two nights only.
Please note: Mozart Requiem is not included in Phoenix Chorale’s Subscription.
“Intrigue, intensity and imagery combine in one of history’s most dramatic and beloved classical works, combined with Arizona’s “first look” at Christopher Tin’s elegy on our friends in the sky,
“The Lost Birds,” nominated for a Grammy Award in 2023.”—CHRISTOPHER GABBITAS
A Mixed Choral Program
$20 Youth (Under 16)
Desert to desert, connecting our worlds. New musical riches and discoveries on the cusp of Summer.
“Phoenix Chorale invites you on a journey to far-flung places via their cultures and landscapes, illustrated through tall tales and folk melodies from around the world, with a chance to discover award-winning Dubai-based British composer, Joanna Marsh with the 4th in our all-female commissioning series.”—CHRISTOPHER GABBITASView Details