PBC Cancels March 21 & 28, 2020 Classics Concerts
Due to COVID-19 Concerns
Out of an abundance of caution and with a sincere concern for the well-being of our patrons and volunteers who are at a higher risk for the impacts of COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Phoenix Boys Choir has made the difficult decision to cancel our Saturday, March 21 and March 28, 2020 Classics Concerts, Blessings & Dedication. For patrons who have already purchased tickets, please see information below.
The Phoenix Boys Choir’s priority is to protect and support our staff, volunteers, members, and patrons. While we do not have any confirmed cases connected to the Phoenix Boys Choir community, we believe that we must do all that we can to ensure a safe and healthy environment for our community, which calls for us to minimize gatherings in the short-term.
The following options are available for those who have already purchased tickets to our cancelled concert:
We will happily apply your unused March 21st ticket to our March 28 Classics Concert or May 16 Pops Concert. If you already have purchased a ticket for one of these concerts, then you can bring a friend!
If you would like to show your support for Phoenix Boys Choir, and help us to recoup some of the costs resulting from this cancellation, we would gratefully convert the value of your tickets to a tax-deductible donation.
We will refund the value of your ticket upon request.
To pursue any of these options, please email Kristin Eng at email@example.com or call her at 602-334-4080.
Less than a year ago in Paris, France, the world watched the destruction of one of the most revered, historical, medieval cathedrals and recognizable symbols, Notre-Dame de Paris.
During this Classics concert series, patronage and commissioned works will be highlighted, as well as pay musical homage to the French composer Louis Vierne who served as principal organist for 37 years at Notre-Dame. We will be performing his organ C-sharp minor mass Op. 16, "Messe Solennele" scored for choir, quartet, and two pipe organs, which was composed in 1899, and first premiered in 1901.
Please join us on a journey to understand the composers' careers and reasons for dedicating music that touches the masses.