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Today's symphony included an improv group. It was so enjoyable. The group included the orchestra and audience participation. Everyone enjoyed the experience. Now I am looking forward to the Christmas performance.
We went to the performance of Second City Guide to the Symphony last night. To start, the venue is very nice. Interesting architecture, comfortable surroundings, nice bars and restrooms. The venue is small but keep in mind that it was built in the 1970s when...More
Nightmare before Christmas at theitu un Symphony is a unique experience.
Watching a fun movie and hearing the symphony play the score.....is a must on your bucket list.
The place was filled to the rafters with costumed goblins and monsters. The childrens behavior were amazingly...More
I took my grandson to see the Phoenix Symphony, Tchaikovsky's Fourth with Rachel Barton Pine. It was amazing! My grandson loved it and the symphony hall is beautiful. We had dinner downtown before the symphony, outside on a patio with a very good singer performing...More
I've been looking forward to going to the Phoenix Symphony, and this week I was fortunate to see Star Wars vs Star Trek, with Richard Kaufman, conductor.
As a major United States symphony orchestra based out of Phoenix, Arizona, the Phoenix Symphony is...More
This is one perfect, intimate place to see a concert. Built for symphony acoustics, it remains one of the best sound rooms to listen to any music.
I saw Jackson Browne here last night for a sold out show.
He sounded great in this hall....More
we have been season pops seriesticke holders for many years --we find that every concert shows much forethought each concert is different & enjoyable the orchestra is fantastic & the visiting performers are excellent we highly reccomend this
The Phoenix Symphony is a must hear event! When you hear an orchestra play Bartok with the precision and excitement they did last night, you know you've heard something special. The guest conductor, and pianist for Mozart's Piano Concerto, Jeffrey Kahane, was excellent on the...More