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ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra begins its 10th season with a pair of performances of America the Beautiful – Heritage and Heroes, on Nov. 3 in Anthem and Nov. 4 in Phoenix.

ProMusica debuts season with patriotic performance

STAFF REPORT~ 10/24/2012

ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra launches its 10th season with a 7:30 p.m., Nov. 3 and a 4 p.m., Nov. 4 performance of America the Beautiful – Heritage and Heroes.
A patriotic collection of American favorites including lively folk songs, spirituals, ballads, American poetry put to music and patriotic songs, including a tribute to our Armed Forces, will be featured.
The orchestra will also perform works by American composers including “Fanfare to the
Common Man” by Aaron Copeland and “Olympic Fanfare and Theme” and “Hymn to the Fallen” by John Williams. The Northwest Valley Firefighters Honor Guard will participate in both performances.
“We have an exciting schedule of concerts as we embark on our 10th anniversary year,”
Adam Stich, Artistic Director said. “We’re excited to present at Camelback
Bible Church in Paradise Valley for this concert in addition to our traditional Anthem
location, to expand our reach to additional audiences.”
The Nov. 3 performance will be at Boulder Creek Performing Arts Center, located at 40404 N. Gavilan Peak Parkway in Anthem. The Nov. 4 performance will be at Camelback Bible Church, located at 3900 E. Stanford Drive in Paradise Valley.
Stich will present an informative pre-concert conductor’s talk included in the price of preferred seating tickets at $20. Regular adult tickets are $15; senior tickets are $12.50; and student tickets are $10 for the evening performance and $5 for the afternoon performance.
To purchase tickets, visit pmaz.com or call 623-889-7144. Tickets are also
available at Deer Valley Credit Union or Andrew Z Jewelers in Anthem.
ProMusica Arizona Chorale & Orchestra is a multigenerational community choir and orchestra whose mission is to enrich the Phoenix North Valley community by sharing the joy of music with its members and audiences.