Bach? Tchaikovsky? Brahms? Arizona Pro Arte ensemble presents a “Mystery Music Box” concert performance, Sept. 6th, 7:30 p.m. at the Tempe Center for the Arts.
Audience and followers of conductor Timothy Verville were recently asked to vote for various classical composers and selections. The voting is over and the winning choices will be performed at the Sept. 6th concert.
“We think our audience has great taste,” said Verville, “so we left it up to them to pick what we play.” After most concerts Verville can be found in the lobby connecting and speaking with audience members.
Arizona Pro Arte (APA) is a felxible ensemble model for innovation in the performance of classical music. APA musicians, when not performing Arizona Pro Arte, can be heard with the Phoenix Symphony, Arizona Opera and other professional organizations.
APA is know for creating collaborations between performing arts and visual arts. On Oct. 25th APA will bring back to the TCA “A Symphony of Horror” with music set to the 1922 silent film Nosferatu.
For tickets: TCA Box Office 480-350-2822 tca.ticketforce.com