THEATER IN PHOENIX

Phoenix Symphony Hall

Phoenix Symphony Hall violinist

About the Phoenix Symphony Hall:

This downtown Phoenix venue started out as being part of the Phoenix Civic Plaza and opened its doors in 1972. After many years of use, it was renovated at the same time as the construction of the Phoenix Convention Center's west building was taking place. It was to become part of the convention center's family of venues. It now boasts a tad over 2,300 seats, better accessibility for wheelchair patrons, as well as technological updates that have improved acoustics, lighting, sound systems etc. This Hall is home to several resident companies, but also doubles as a meeting hall, reception hall and so much more.

Three major arts organizations call the Symphony Hall home. The Phoenix Symphony, the Arizona Opera and Ballet Arizona all share the space for their grand staged productions. The Phoenix Symphony which started out in 1947 as a part-time orchestra in what was then a small town, is now one of the largest performing arts organizations in Phoenix. They have embraced not only the classics, but also perform pops concerts and other family shows and musical tributes. The Phoenix Symphony not only wishes to bring the experience and joy of music to others, but they have created programs that also focus on the healing and wellness aspects of music. These programs include the B-Sharp Music Wellness Program and the W.O.N.D.E.R. Project. The current conductor and musical director of the Phoenix Symphony is Tito Muñoz.

Listed below are upcoming shows for the Phoenix Symphony. To see shows for the Phoenix Symphony Hall's other resident companies, you can visit our Ballet Arizona page or our Arizona Opera page.

Upcoming Shows with the Phoenix Symphony:

MUSIC OF BILLY JOEL
September 27 - September 28, 2019

Join pianist Michael Cavanaugh as he performs Billy Joel's music along with the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra.

BEETHOVEN AND SAINT-SAENS
October 18 - October 20, 2019

Beethoven's Symphony #2 and Saint-Saens' Cello Concerto #1 with conductor Tito Munoz and cellist Johannes Moser.

HARRY POTTER AND THE ORDER OF THE PHOENIXâ„¢ IN CONCERT
November 15 - November 17, 2019

This movie event with live music is a fun adventure into Hogwarts Wizarding World.

HOLIDAY POPS
November 29 - December 1, 2019

Join conductor Stuart Chafetz for this holiday favorite complete with sing-along.

NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATION
December 31, 2019

Bring in the new year with Strauss Waltzes and Broadway favorites.

For a full list of shows for the Phoenix Symphony, visit the Phoenix Symphony website.

Contact Information:

Website:

www.phoenixsymphony.org

Box Office Phone: 

602-495-1999

Phoenix Symphony Hall Address: 

75 N 2nd St, Phoenix, AZ 85004