Concert Series: Arts at NativityWritten by Ilona Kubiaczyk-Adler on Sep 02, 2015
We are thrilled to present the second season of Arts at Nativity! Read more about the series here
CONCERT SCHEDULE 2016-2017
- Sunday, October 9 at 2 pm – The Rice Brothers (piano and cello) “Chopin’s Heart, Your Heart”
- Saturday, November 12 at 2pm – Veterans Day Concert FREE
- Sunday, December 11 at 2 pm – Christmas Celebration with Phoenix Chamber Brass, Duo Holly Pyle and Shea Marshall
- Sunday, December 18 at 2 pm – Bartholomew Faire FREE-WILL DONATION
- Monday, January 16 at 7 pm – Martin Luther King Day Gospel Concert FREE
- Saturday, January 28 at 2 pm – Valley Chamber Chorale “Sweet Sixteen”
- Sunday, February 19 at 2 pm – Arizona Balalaika Orchestra with Russian Folk Music
- Sunday, March 12 at 2 pm – “Music by Female Composers” with trio Marcy McKee (soprano), Daga Suchon Hobbs (violin) and Ilona Kubiaczyk-Adler (piano)
- Sunday, April 30 at 2 pm – Woodwind quintet Mill Ave Chamber Players “Jazz, Rock, Pop Crossover”
TICKETS: $15 – general admission; $5 – students and children 12 & up
SEASON PASSES: $75 – general admission; $25 – students and children 12 & up
- On October 9 we are starting off with the presentation of Chopin’s life and music delivered by The Rice Brothers, amazing duo of young artists, who both play piano and cello and who already have performance at the Carnegie Hall in their bios.
- We are going to shower you with musical gifts at our two Christmas concerts! On December 11 we are marrying the brilliant Phoenix Chamber Brass quintet with phenomenal jazz vocalist Holly Pyle and multi-instrumentalist Shea Marshall. And on December 18 you will hear the one and only Bartholomew Faire in a presentation of Yuletide songs and dances from the past.
- If you are a fan of refined chorale music, come on January 28 to hear Dr. Christopher Samuel and his Valley Chamber Chorale and you won’t leave disappointed.
- Arizona Balalaika Orchestra will bring the ecstatic experience of dance and song from Eastern European folk tradition on February 19.
- Often forgotten pieces by female composers will shine in the March 12 program delivered by Dr. Marcy McKee, Daga Hobbs and Dr. Ilona Kubiaczyk-Adler.
- Our season will end on April 30 with one of the most active local woodwind quintets Mill Ave Chamber Players presenting a program of music from various genres, including jazz, pop and rock.
- Don’t miss our free events – both energy and tears inducing Veterans and Martin Luther King Day celebrations.
- Our space is intimate; you will have an opportunity to hear and see the artists up close as they perform. After each concert, enjoy refreshments and a time to talk with performers and fellow listeners. We look forward to seeing you!