Contact: Rachael CurleyDRA Collective480.email@example.com THE PHOENIX SYMPHONY APPOINTS PETER KJOME AS PRESIDENT AND CEO PHOENIX (January 11, 2023) — The Phoenix Symphony Board of Directors has selected orchestra veteran Peter Kjome, who recently led one of the country’s top orchestras, after a national search to serve as the organization’s new President and CEO. Kjome succeeds […]
Violinist Sarah Chang made her debut with the New York Philharmonic when she was 8. Since then, she’s played with orchestras around the world and with some of the best and most well-known musicians. She’s been honored in magazines and by both Yale and Harvard universities. And Oct. 14-16, she’ll be in the Valley performing […]
The Phoenix Symphony will begin its 2022-23 season on October 14th. Music Director Tito Muñoz has traveled around the globe, not only to conduct but to bring world-class talent back to Arizona. Here to discuss The Phoenix Symphony’s strategies to appeal to new audiences is Music Director Tito Muñoz. Advancing into its second season back […]
To prepare for the Phoenix Symphony‘s new season, we sat down with conductor and Virginia G Piper Music Director Tito Muñoz to talk about music education and his world travels. The Phoenix Symphony is kicking off their 2022-2023 season on October 14-16 with a full orchestra for a romantic evening, featuring conductor and Virginia G. Piper Music Director Tito Muñoz and virtuosa violinist Sarah […]
PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – The Phoenix Symphony is adding more venues across the Valley in celebration of its 76th concert season. Besides their usual performances at Symphony Hall, the group is adding more concerts the Mesa Arts Center, Orpheum Theatre, Camelback Bible Church, and Madison Center for the Arts. The launch of the season will be […]
The Symphony’s 76th Concert Season to Feature Premiere, Solo Performances and World-Class Talent in Phoenix
The Phoenix Symphony (TPS) is announcing its 2022-23 concert season, which features performances at Symphony Hall and also embarks on a series of concerts at venues across the Valley, including Mesa Arts Center, Orpheum Theatre, Camelback Bible Church and the Symphony’s newest venue partner, the Madison Center for the Arts. The season will launch with A […]
The Phoenix Symphony (TPS) is announcing its 2022-23 concert season, which features performances at Symphony Hall and also embarks on a series of concerts at venues across the Valley, including Mesa Arts Center, Orpheum Theatre, Camelback Bible Church and the Symphony’s newest venue partner, the Madison Center for the Arts.
The Phoenix Symphony (TPS) President and Chief Executive Officer Suzanne Wilson will step down from her position to relocate to London, England for a unique opportunity presented to her family. Wilson’s departure will be late fall 2022.
The Phoenix Symphony will launch the inaugural presentation of REVERB: a Contemporary Music Festival, which celebrates newly composed music through the eyes (and ears) of 12 of contemporary classical music’s most respected living composers and performers in two fast-paced, musically accessible concerts. The performances will take place over two evenings on Wednesday, April 6 and and Friday, April 8, at Central United Methodist Church, 1875 North Central Avenue, Phoenix.
The Phoenix Symphony will bring to life the music of Broadway, Beethoven, The Beatles, and much more during a diverse and entertaining month of performances.
The Phoenix Symphonys February performances will bring to life some of the favorites in jazz and classic standards with highly regarded guest musicians taking the stage at Symphony Hall.
Notes on the passing of David Dodge.
The Phoenix Symphonys 75th Anniversary season will feature a special performance on New Year’s Eve featuring famed singer and actor Leslie Odom, Jr.
With Phoenix Symphony Concertmaster Steven Moeckel taking a sabbatical for the 2021-22 season, the Phoenix Symphony welcomes Ruggero Allifranchini as Guest Concertmaster for the October 22-24 performances, An Evening with the Romantics. Ruggero Allifranchini is Concertmaster of the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra in New York and was most recently a co-Concertmaster of the Saint Paul […]
Phoenix Symphony has received a $10,000 donation from Cox Charities
Trustees of Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Monday awarded a total of $123 million in surprise grants to 71 Arizona nonprofits.
Robust Mixture of Classics, Pops, Special Features Marks
Celebration of Phoenix Symphony History, Present and Future
The Phoenix Symphony has named veteran arts administrator Kate Francis to join the organization’s senior leadership team as Chief Development Officer. Francis will work closely with The Phoenix Symphony President and CEO Suzanne Wilson and the Board of Directions to provide strategic direction and leadership for all fundraising initiatives including the annual fund; major, corporate […]
Corrections & Clarifications: A previous version of this article misstated how the Phoenix Symphony used funding from the Paycheck Protection Program. While many people are isolating themselves to help prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, performing arts groups throughout metro Phoenix have had to leave concerts unperformed, sheets of music unsung and instruments unplayed. As choirs, symphonies […]
Dear Friends of The Phoenix Symphony: In my early months here leading this treasured institution, I have been overwhelmed by the warm welcome from The Phoenix Symphony community. From audience members and our musicians to staff and our patrons, each and every person has gone above and beyond to make me instantly feel a part […]