Through March 10


The international percussion sensation uses unconventional instruments – brooms, garbage cans, matchboxes, wooden poles, Zippo lighters, hubcaps and paint cans – to fill the stage with energizing rhythms.

Through March 13

Performers at The Nash 

The Nash Education Faculty Concert, March 8; Jimmy Nistico and Jazz Express, March 9; Jazz Matinee: Delphine Cortez with Joel Robin & Friends, March 10; Jam Session: Adam Clark, March 10; Jazz Listening Party: The Freedom Now Suite, March 12; Lewis Nash & Friends, March 13.

Through March 14

Performers at MIM

Alpin Hong, March 8; Joel Harrison and Angel Band: Free Country, March 9; MIM and The Phoenix Symphony present Behind the Music: Mozart and Schubert, March 10; Chris Potter, March 10; Tribute to Stan Getz and João Gilberto, March 14.

March 8

Gavin Creel

The Broadway singer and actor shares the stage with pianist and comedian Seth Rudetsky for an evening of music and storytelling. 

March 9

Joe Jackson

The British singer/songwriter takes the stage at the Orpheum Theatre with such hits as “Hometown,”  “Is She Really Going Out with Him” and “Steppin’ Out.”

March 9

Billy Joel

Having sold more than 150 million records, Joel’s songs have acted as personal and cultural touchstones for millions of people, mirroring his own goal of writing songs that “meant something during the time in which I lived.”


March 10

La Santa Cecilia

Inspired by many cultures, this Latin band performs vibrant and passionate hits of love, loss and everyday challenges and life’s disappointments.

March 10

Music in the Garden

The spring outdoor concert series continues, featuring the Miguel Melgoza Band this Sunday evening at the beautiful Desert Botanical Garden.

March 10

The Count Basie Orchestra

MusicFest presents a celebration of the big band era  with Kansas City swing. The event will be held at Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts in Wickenburg. 


March 12


Known for its reimagined classics from the Disney storybook, the group came together as a result of a nationwide search for the best vocal performing talent in a cappella and stage.

March 12

Keyboard Conversations

Renowned concert pianist Jeffrey Siegel explores the influence of the City of Lights on Frédéric Chopin in Chopin in Paris.

March 12

Quarteto Nuevo

The ensemble merges Western classical, Eastern European folk, Latin music and jazz with a contemporary slant. 

March 13

Steep Canyon Rangers

The Grammy Award-winning bluegrass band performs original music that links them to the past while also bringing string-based music into the contemporary realm.

March 14

Break of Reality

The instrumental rock ensemble , comprised of three cellists and one percussionist. Formed in 2003, they have reached millions of listeners via platforms like Spotify and Pandora Radio, and their rendition of the Game of Thrones theme has over 16 million views on YouTube.