Through April 11
Performers at MIM
Mary Fahl: Former Lead Singer of October Project, April 5; MIM and The Phoenix Symphony Present Behind the Music: Mozart and Schubert, April 6; Jeff Dayton: A Salute to Glen Campbell, April, 6; Red Molly, April 7; Della Mae, April 10; Trace Bundy, April 11.

Through April 11
Performers at The Nash
House Party: Gambarini by Sunset!, April 5; First Friday: The Scorpion Decides, April 5; The Solomon Trio, April 6; Benny Golson, April 7; The Anderson Brothers, April 9; Lewis Nash & Friends, April 10; Millennium High School Jazz Band, April 11.

April 5
Blues Superstars
Buddy Guy and Jimmie Vaughan, two celebrated blues musicians, share the stage at Celebrity Theatre.

April 5
The Abney Effect
Jazz trumpeter, composer and bandleader Mario Abney fuse traditional and advanced trumpet techniques in unique and innovative ways.

April 5
First Friday Concert
Music students from Arizona State University perform at Trinity Cathedral in Downtown Phoenix.

April 5-6
Chandler Jazz Festival
Downtown Chandler transforms into New Orleans’ Bourbon Street. This family-friendly festival presents an exceptional lineup of local and national talent representing genres from traditional and fusion to smooth jazz.

April 5-6
Phoenix Lights Festival
Arty, A$AP Ferg, Claude Von Stroke, Decadon, Excision, GRiZ, Jay Lumen, Jeremy Olander, Kaskade, Malaa, Mustard and Party Favor headline this two-day music festival.

April 5-6
Highland/ASU Jazz Festival
The ASU Concert Jazz Band performs at Highland High School with trombonist Michael Dease on Friday, April 5 and trumpeter Sean Jones on Saturday, April 6.

April 5-7
Wrapping up its 60th anniversary season, Phoenix Chorale’s program features works by Johann Sebastian Bach and John Rutter, joyous spirituals and pieces new to the ensemble.

April 6
Midori and Thibaudet
Renowned violinist Midori and pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet combine their talents to perform a selection of romantic and early 20th-century masterpieces.

April 6
Masters of Percussion
A classical tabla virtuoso and composer, Grammy Award-winner Zakir Hussain leads an ensemble featuring masters of Indian percussion, sitar, sarangi, song and dance.

April 6
Whitney: The Tribute, The Concert
Paying homage to one of the most talented singers of all time, vocalist Jade Milian brings Houston’s powerful voice and distinctive glamour to the Phoenix stage.

April 6
Arizona Winds
The 85-member concert band presents Water Works, a program showcasing “wet and wild” selections such as “Blue Danube,” “Moon River” and “Sea Songs.”

April 7
The Jerusalem Quartet
The four Israeli musicians perform a program spanning three centuries, tracing the history of the string quartet from its roots to the mid-20th century.

April 7
Music in the Garden
The spring outdoor concert series continues at the beautiful Desert Botanical Garden. This Sunday evening’s performance features the Sahnas Brothers Band.

April 7
Guitar Trio
Bert Lams, Hideyo Moriya and Paul Richards form this trio of acoustic masters, performing everything from unique originals to clever interpretations of jazz, classical music and surf rock.

April 9
Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour
The festival presents a roster of international talent representing the future leaders of jazz including Cêcile McLorin Salvant, vocals; Bria Skonberg, trumpet; Melissa Aldana, tenor sax; Christian Sands, piano; and Jamison Ross, drums and percussion.

April 9
Quinn XCII
The breakout artist brings his From Tour With Love to the Valley, celebrating the release of his album From Michigan With Love.

April 10
Charles Lewis Quintet
The pianist, jazz master and storyteller shares a personal selection of tunes close to his heart interwoven with recollections of his childhood.

April 11
Arizona Wind Symphony
The 95-piece concert band presents Wild About Harry, featuring jazz trombonist Harry Watters.

April 11-14
Country Thunder
Tim McGraw, Chris Stapleton, Dierks Bentley and Brett Eldredge headline this year’s outdoor music festival in Florence, Arizona. Also, Lonestar, Brothers Osbourne, Restless Heart, Austin Burke and Brandon Lay take to the stage.