Urban Nocturnes to Perform Classical Medley at Trinity Cathedral

Music at Trinity, an organization that presents choral, organ and chamber music performances in Phoenix, will present Urban Nocturnes for an evening of chamber music with piano and strings on October 12 at Trinity Cathedral. Urban Nocturnes is the artist-in-residence group of Trinity Cathedral founded by Phoenix Symphony members, Karen Sinclair, a violinist, and Christopher McKay, a […]

Phoenix Indian Center Celebrates 70 Years with Benefit Concert

The Phoenix Indian Center will celebrate 70 years of service to the Arizona American Indian community with a special benefit concert featuring artists of Canyon Records on Friday, September 29 at the Phoenix Indian Boarding School Memorial Hall at Steele Indian School Park. Proceeds from the concert will directly benefit the American Indian community through […]

Halloween at Herberger Means Creepy Stories Told Through Dance

Center for Dance Ensemble will produce a spooky program entitled “Ghosts, Goblins & Witches, Oh My!” in celebration of Halloween. Performances will take place October 19 – 22 at the Herberger Theater Center. “This time of year, particularly around Halloween, always spurs my imagination,” said Center Dance Ensemble’s artistic director, Frances Cohen. “The creepy, haunting stories, the masks […]

Frontdoors Five: How to Prepare for U2’s 9/19 Show

One of rock’s best-known groups, U2, is coming to the Valley on Tuesday with The Joshua Tour 2017. The iconic group will be commemorating the 30th anniversary of their fifth studio album of the same name — it is their best-selling album to date and is among one of the best-selling albums of all time. […]

Foundations Partner on Purse Exchange Fundraising Event

The Pearce Family Foundation and DreamCatchers Foundation hosted the inaugural Purses with Purpose event last month at The District Biltmore, raising over $3,000 total for the two nonprofits and raising awareness of their causes. The event hosted over 30 women at a purse exchange with cocktails, appetizers, shopping and learning about the two organizations and […]

T.S. Monk Celebrates Father’s 100th Birthday with Jazz

T.S. Monk, son of the late jazz musician Thelonious Monk known as the “high priest of be-bop,” will celebrate his father’s legacy and 100th birthday with a jazz performance entitled “Monk on Monk: A Centennial Celebration of Thelonious Monk.” The concert will take place at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, October […]

Navarro Exhibition to Highlight Love of Art, Music

Royse Contemporary announces the solo exhibition of mixed-media artist Rafael Navarro entitled Sound of Color, featuring a body of work highlighting the artist’s love of art and music. The exhibition will feature a variety of mediums including painting, mixed-media and sculpture. Sound of Color highlights a collection of work inspired by music and musical instruments themselves, which […]

Samite Brings Peace Message to Scottsdale

World-renowned musician Samite brings his message of peace, hope and healing to Scottsdale with a one-night-only performance on Friday, Oct. 6, at 8 p.m., in the Virginia G. Piper Theater at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. A familiar performer to audiences around the world, Samite began playing the flute to pass the time when […]

Giving In Style Events: Florence Crittenton – Heels for Healing

By Tyler Butler High heels take a turn towards philanthropy at Florence Crittenton’s 9th Annual Heels for Healing and Diva Dash.  This one of a kind event brings the fashion of philanthropy and shoes into focus as it raises funds for this agency’s life-changing programs for girls, young women and their families in the community. […]

Phoenix Welcomes a (Role) Model Resident

By Tyler Butler Over the years supermodel Kim Alexis has been a strong advocate for many causes.  Kim has hosted celebrity charity events, golf tournaments, hockey, tennis and bowling matches; all of which benefitted an organization in need.  Kim has also given her time quite unselfishly for 3 years as she volunteered for the Bolder […]