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Phoenix Chorale

Phoenix Chorale

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Phoenix Chorale began in 1958 as the Bach & Madrigal Society of Phoenix, meeting in the living room of one if its members. Over its history, the choir has become one of the most respected choral ensembles in the United States, performing all over North America and making its New York debut at Lincoln Center in 2009 with its sister organization, the Kansas City Chorale.

Recording with some of the finest ensembles in the country, Phoenix Chorale has garnered eight Grammy nominations and two wins and was the first American choral ensemble to record on the venerable independent classical label, Chandos. Their concert schedule generally includes everything from new works to holiday classics and Americana-themed programs. Subscription packages provide the best seats at all concerts and a number of other benefits including ticket exchanges.

Phoenix Chorale Information

  • Venues: Trinity Episcopal Cathedral (100 W. Roosevelt St.), American Lutheran Church (17200 Del Webb Blvd., Sun City), Brophy Chapel (4701 N. Central Ave.), Christ Church of the Ascension (4015 East Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley), Central United Methodist Church (1875 North Central Ave.), Camelback Bible Church (3900 E Stanford Dr., Paradise Valley)
  • Public Transportation: Depends on venue
  • Handicapped Accessibility: Depends on venue
  • Performance/Programs: Four regular programs each season
  • Admission: $25, $20 for seniors and military, $10 for students
  • Subscriptions: Three or four-concert subscriptions, $75-100
  • Group Discounts: Different discounts depending on group size. Call for details
  • Memberships: No memberships are available
  • Other Discounts: Concert goers under 25 years old can attend Phoenix Chorale concerts for free. These tickets are subject to availability and are available on the day of the concert.