Phoenix Symphony Offers Free Tickets for April 21 Event

April 05, 2011 / by / 0 Comment

Phillip Addis

The Phoenix Symphony is offering free admission to the first 100 GCU students to RSVP for a performance of “Mendelssohn’s Scottish Journey” featuring baritone Phillip Addis and conductor Joel Revzen.

When: Thursday, April 21 at 7:30 p.m.
Where: Symphony Hall

“Mendelssohn’s Scottish Journey” features songs by Verdi (“La Forza del Destino Overture”), Mahler (“Songs of a Wayfarer”) and Mendelssohn (“Symphony No. 3”).

Take a symphonic voyage with talented composers as your tour guides. Mendelssohn composed his “Scottish” Symphony after traveling to the British Isles, while Mahler composed his own music and text when creating his Songs of a Wayfarer. Artistic Director of the Arizona Opera, Joel Revzen makes his conducting debut with The Phoenix Symphony for this stunning night of orchestral power.

More information about the performance can be found at www.phoenixsymphony.org.

There are a limit of 100 tickets available. To RSVP for “Mendelssohn’s Scottish Journey” call 602.639.8880 or email ethington@gcu.edu. 


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