Concerts

2019-2020

PVUMC Community Concert Series

Mark your calendar to attend our free community concerts beginning October, 2019 through April, 2020. Most Concerts are Fridays at 7 pm in the Sanctuary. 

 

OTHER CONCERTS Hosted by PVUMC

Timbrenauts on Tour: A Handbell Variety Show – Thursday, July 25, 2019, 7 pm

Timbré is a Southern California-based lyrical percussion ensemble, featuring handbells, flute, keyboards, and dance. Join us for a night of
musical magic as we travel home from performing at Handbell Musicians of America’s National Seminar in St. Louis! Skits, songs, small ensembles and more! Admission is FREE. Donations gratefully accepted. 

 

Red Rocks Music Festival Concerts at PVUMC

This summer, we’re excited to host two concerts in the Red Rocks Music Festival line up.

Join us on August 17 and September 6, 2019. These are ticketed events.

Saturday, August 17, 7:30 pm: Piazzolla – the Genius of Tango

All arrangements are AZ premiers. Elmira Darvarova, Grammy- Award Nominated violinist; Howard Wall, French- Horn, the New-York Philharmonic; and Thomas Weaver, concert pianist perform. 

Friday, September 6, 7:30 pm: East meets West

Chinese Folk Songs, Moszkowski, 2 violins & piano, Brahms piano quintet op.34 performed by Yibin Li, David Ehrlich, violins; Christopher McKay, viola; Jan Simiz, cello; Teresa Ehrlich, piano. 

General admission- $36.00
Children 14 & under- $14.00

 

Paradise Valley United Methodist Church

4455 E Lincoln Dr, Paradise Valley AZ, 85253

Temple Chai, 4645 E Marilyn Rd, Phoenix, AZ hosts two other concerts in the series.
** Phoenix Festival Special ** Buy a ticket for all 4 concerts and pay only for 3! Total: $108
Buy online and for more information visit: www.redrocksmusicfestival.com
Phone: 602-402-4551

 

 

Thursday, December 12, 2019 at 7:30 pm: Handel’s Messiah

Join The Phoenix Symphony, The Phoenix Symphony Chorus, and world-class soloists for the annual holiday favorite Handel’s Messiah. The acclaimed “Hallelujah” chorus highlights these performances featuring some of the most glorious sacred music ever written.

Featuring:
Matthew Kasper, conductor
Yulia Van Doren, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Norman Shankle, tenor
Richard Ollarsaba, bass-baritone
The Phoenix Symphony Chorus

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