Phoenix Symphony Tickets
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Listening to good music and watching great performances at a theater is one thing, and having some of the greatest musicians in your part of the world perform with some of the most skilled performers across the globe on the musical instruments, creating history of music is simply something out of this world. Such one of a kind experience is promised at every performance by Phoenix Symphony.
Based in the city of Phoenix that is situated in the state of Arizona, United States, Phoenix Symphony is one of the major United States symphony orchestras. The history of this great performing groups dates back to 1947 when it was founded as a small orchestra, when the city of Phoenix had a small population of less than 100,000 people. At that time, the performances by the Phoenix Symphony were also quite infrequent, with a group of occasional performers taking part in them. The orchestra has played an important role in the development and progress of music and its knowledge in Phoenix and even in the state of Arizona. With the passage of time, the Phoenix Symphony orchestra has grown into a great musical venture. At present, the orchestra has a turnover of over 300,000 people connected to Phoenix Symphony including ticketholders, subscribers and music fans. The performances by Phoenix Symphony start every year in September, and continue till May, during which the orchestra presents over 275 performances before its fans.
Phoenix Symphony Hall is home for Phoenix Symphony orchestra, a venue that has the capacity to accommodate an audience of over 2,312 people. The hall was opened for public for the first time in 1972, and after some years of outstanding services, it was closed for renovation. It was opened again after renovation in 2005, and has ever since been in service with thousands of people attending the performances every year. Phoenix Symphony Orchestra is the only orchestra in Arizona operating full time, and comprises of 76 members. The total annual budget of the orchestra is about 10 million dollars, most of it being contributed by corporate and private contributions and ticket sales. Other significant arts and culture regulating bodies that support Phoenix Symphony include City of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Arizona Commission on the Arts through public funding. The orchestra has now become an institution that supports and promotes music and musical education in the area.
Phoenix Symphony orchestra has been performing for last many years at destinations in Arizona including Mesa, Scottsdale and Prescott where huge audiences gather to witness their pops and classical concerts. To promote music education among students and local community, over 70,000 students from 265 schools take part in the annual performances by Phoenix Symphony. These performances act as a great source to bring people closer to the real and pure forms of music.
There have been many renowned musicians connected with Phoenix Symphony as classical guest artists in past years. Among these artists are included Schlomo Mintz, Mstislav Rostropovich, Horacio Gutierrez, James Galway, Yo – Yo Ma, Van Caliburn, Emanuel Ax, Midori, Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman, Sarah Chang, Andre Watts, Karen Gomyo, Olga Kern and Pinchas Zukerman. For last many years, the principal pop conductor of the orchestra has been Doc Severinsen, with significant guest conductors appearing in recent years including Marvin Hamlisch, Michael Feinstein, Sandy Duncan, Andrea Marcovicci, Boby McFerrin and Peter Nero. In 2005, Michael Christie was made the music director for the symphony, who is, serving on this position till date. Among the significant music directors that have served the orchestra in history include Leslie Hodge, Robert Lawrence, John Barnett, Guy Taylor, Eduarto Mata, Theo Alacantara, Hermann Michael and James Sedares. For people who wish to enjoy a performance by some of the greatest musicians in the state, Phoenix Symphony tickets promise not to disappoint them in any aspect!