Thursday, September 21, 2023
Virginia G. Piper Music Director Tito Muñoz begins 10th season
The Phoenix Symphony’s 2023-24 season opens with three performances of “Carmina Burana.”
This represents Virginia G. Piper Music Director Tito Muñoz’s 10th and final season presenting a range of classical and popular programming.
Shows take place Friday, Sept. 29; Saturday, Sept. 30; and Sunday, Oct. 1.
The Phoenix Symphony’s 77th season brings classical masterpieces, guest artists, and new concert experiences to the Valley from Symphony Hall and the Mesa Arts Center to the Orpheum and Arizona Financial Theater.
“Carmina Burana was the first piece I conducted when I began my tenure as Virginia G. Piper Music Director of The Phoenix Symphony,” Muñoz shared in a press release. “This work seemed like a fitting way to begin my 10th season in Phoenix as we celebrate a decade of shared accomplishments and countless performances enriching the lives of people in our community.”
The 2023-24 season will be Muñoz’s final season at the helm of The Phoenix Symphony, although he will continue in the newly created role of artistic partner in future seasons.
The Phoenix Symphony will present six of its 10 Classics concerts at Mesa Arts Center. New this season, a special Friday Nights in Mesa subscription package is available for the series held in the Ikeda Theater.
Visit www.phoenixsymphony.org or call 602-495-1999.