Through March 15
Star Wars: A New Hope
Experience John Williams’ legendary Oscar-winning score in an entirely new way. From the triumphant opening fanfare to the etherial Princess Leia theme, The Phoenix Symphony will perform the iconic score as the feature film is projected above the orchestra.
Through March 17
Performers at The Nash
Nick Finzer, March 15; Hot Dogs & Jazz: Jazz for Families, March 16; Dmitri Matheny: Celebrating Art Farmer, March 16; Kristin Korb Trio, March 17; Jam Session: Stan Sorenson, March 17.
Through March 21
Performers at MIM
JigJam, March 15; Jake Allen with opening act Otto D’Agnolo, March 16; River Whyless and Darlingside, March 17; Ladysmith Black Mambazo, March 19-20; Masters of Hawaiian Music featuring George Kahumoku Jr., Nathan Aweau and Kawika Kahiapo, March 21.
Alfredo Rodriguez & Pedrito Martinez
Pianist Rodriguez and percussionist Martinez perform their take on Cuban music
Movement Source Dance Company presents an intimate evening of modern dance, live music, film and spoken word at the Tempe History Museum.
The singer/songwriter performs fans’ favorites such as “Carefree Highway,” “If You Could Read My Mind” and “Rainy Day People.”
Music in the Garden
The spring outdoor concert series continues, featuring Kindred Spirit this Sunday evening at the beautiful Desert Botanical Garden.
Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets
The Pink Floyd co-founder and drummer and his band perform hits from the rock group’s early years.
Violins of Hope Tribute Concert
Featuring violins played by Jewish musicians during the Holocaust, the concert is dedicated to Holocaust survivors, their families and those who were lost. The music and stories combine to give us a powerful new lens through which to view the important role of music in Jewish life, before, during and after the holocaust, and to express the themes of spirit, resistance, resilience, and hope.
Why Don’t We
The breakout pop band brings its 8 Letters tour to the Valley with hits such as “These Girls” and “Something Different.”