‘Broadway, Beatles & Blues’ kicks off ProMusica Arizona’s season

ANTHEM – Don’t miss ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra’s (PMAZ) blockbuster season opener “Broadway, Beatles & Blues” on November 3 in Anthem, and November 4, in Sun City.

In this first concert of the season, PMAZ presents a medley of tunes by the Beatles, or the “Fab Four” as they were known, plus selections by Broadway greats Andrew Lloyd Webber, Richard Rodgers and others.

Hum along as PMAZ performs all-time Beatles favorites such as “Imagine,” “Yesterday,” “She Loves You” and “All You Need is Love.”

Broadway hits during the Beatles era were outstanding too, and PMAZ will delight audiences with selections from “Phantom of the Opera,” “Cats,” “Evita” and “West Side Story” to name a few. Top these off with quintessential Blues pieces like “Blue Skies,” “At Last” and “The St. Louis Blues” for a concert sure to inspire great memories!

Dates and Venues include:

  • Saturday, Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m. at Cross of Christ Lutheran Church in Anthem.
  • Sunday, Nov. 4, 3:00 p.m. at American Lutheran Church in Sun City.

Ticket Prices are: $22 for adults; $20 for seniors (65+) and military; $12 for students (ages 16-26) ; and children ages 15 and younger are free with a paid adult. Also, free student rush tickets are available 15 minutes before each performance, based on seating availability.

Season tickets for all three concerts are discounted 10 percent and groups of 10 people or more will receive a 10 percent discount. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit pmaz.org or call 623-326-5172.

About ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra

Since its founding 16-years-ago, PMAZ has become a leader in bringing live music to audiences primarily in the North Phoenix area. With almost 100 multigenerational singers and instrumentalists, the group has performed more than 150 times for over 125,000 people. PMAZ is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization and is supported by the Arizona Commission on the Arts, which receives support from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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