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Arizona Philharmonic Awarded Excellence in Arts and Culture by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce

Photo:  Henry Flurry (left), Executive Director for AZ Phil, accepts the award for Excellence in Arts and Culture from Guy Roginson at the Prescott Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony Friday, October 15 Arizona Philharmonic (AZ Phil), Prescott’s regional professional orchestra, was recognized for Excellence in Arts and Culture by the Prescott Chamber of Commerce Friday.  “We are delighted

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Yavapai College Performing Arts Center Opens Its Season with Bluegrass Mass, Oct. 23 & 24, 2021

After eighteen months of shutdowns, lockdowns and sheltering-in-place, Yavapai College Performing Arts Center is opening up to its beloved audiences with the sounds of coming home. Bluegrass Mass – a sweet, spiritual and toe-tapping evening of down-home spirituals, choral classics and local artists – launches Yavapai College Performing Arts Center’s 27th Season, Saturday, Oct. 23

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Arizona Philharmonic Announces 2021-2022 Season Beginning October 31

Prescott’s Regional Professional Orchestra Offering Seven Concerts This Season Arizona Philharmonic (AZ Phil), Prescott’s regional professional orchestra, launches its new seven-concert season for 2021-22 on October 31 with the uplifting baroque orchestral performance of “Brandenburg and Beyond” at the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center (YCPAC) at 3 p.m. “Arizona Philharmonic prides itself on creating transformative

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2nd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival Celebrates Area’s Natural Beauty

The Highlands Center for Natural History and the City of Prescott are proud to present the 2nd Annual Prescott Plein Air Art Festival, taking place October 21-24, 2021 at scenic locations throughout Prescott. This special event will feature 16 renowned Arizona artists who have been invited to create art in outdoor settings, with a focus on highlighting

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“Art On & Off the Walls” Guide Tracks the Hidden Masterpieces of Prescott

From the stately lawns of Courthouse Plaza to the winding sidewalks of YC’s Marcusen Sculpture Garden to the menagerie of lions, horses, heroes, dragons and eagles residing in galleries, office parks and alley murals all over town, Prescott has inspired a bounty of art. Each piece has its own story: the inspiration, the creation, the

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