Through April 14
Piazzolla and Price
Tito Munoz conducts The Phoenix Symphony in Astor’s Piazzolla’s Four Seasons of Buenos Aires and Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1. Gloria Schmidt is featured on the violin.

Through April 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.

Through April 14
Showcasing the creativity in the ASU dance program, this fest features student choreographers and dancers performing innovative work from the 2018-2019 season.

Through April 18
Performers at MIM
Söndörgő, April 12; John Kay of Steppenwolf, April 14; David Lindley, April, 16; Spyro Gyra, April 18.

Through April 18
Performers at The Nash
Le Boeuf Brothers, April 12; First Friday: Russell Schmidt Sextet: CD Release Party, April 13; Jam Session: Pam Morita, April 14; Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio, April 16; ASU Jazz Repertory Band, April 17; U of A Ensembles, April 18.

April 14
ASU Choirs: Songfest
The ASU Arizona Statesmen, Chamber Singers, Concert Choir and Women’s Chorus perform.

April 14
Music in the Garden
The spring outdoor concert series continues at the beautiful Desert Botanical Garden. This Sunday evening’s performance features the Pete Pancrazi Band.

April 14
The Musical Box
The band, internationally acclaimed for its historical re-enactment of early Genesis works, presents its 1970-77 favorites.

April 15
The 1975
Mixing pop, rhythm & blues and hip-hop, the British rock band takes the Comerica stage with special guests Pale Waves and No Rome.

April 16
Tuesday Morning Music & Tea
Robert Hamilton, ASU professor of piano, is special guest as ASU School of Music hosts this entertaining program.

April 17
Postmodern Jukebox
The vintage music sensation reimagines modern pop hits in the style of jazz, ragtime and swing classics from the 1920s – 1950s with its Twenties 2.0 tour.

April 18
ASU Symphony Orchestra
The ensemble performs Stravinsky’s Petrushka and excerpts from Wagner’s great operas featuring faculty vocalists Stephanie Weiss and Gordon Hawkins.

April 18
American Voices
Inspired by National Poetry Month, Center Dance Ensemble performs works choreographed to the words of American poets. The program also includes readings by high school finalists from the Poetry Out Loud regional competition.