Prescott Chamber Players Society

The Prescott Chamber Players Society’s first concert of 2023

The Prescott Chamber Players Society was founded in 1997 to promote the growth and appreciation of chamber music in the Prescott area. They are a non-profit, and give free public concerts twice a year at the Trinity Presbyterian Church, at 630 Park Avenue. Their January concert is this Sunday, January 22, at 2 pm at

Arizona Philharmonic

James D’León and AZ Phil’s Finest – Henry Flurry

On Sunday, January 8, 3 PM, at Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, Arizona Philharmonic is presenting the James D’León And Friends concert. A piano trio and a duo play the first half of the program, and the second half features the entire piano quintet. Last year’s piano quintet concert with James D’León was one of our most praised concerts. A piano quintet, in

Arts & Culture

The Folk Sessions Present RISO, with Matt and Rebekah Rolland, Friday, November 18th

Tucson-based acoustic duo, RISO, with Matt and Rebekah Rolland of the nationally acclaimed Run Boy Run, open the Folk Sessions 20th Season on Friday, November 18 at the elegant Elks Crystal Hall. To help celebrate, all seats are $20 and are available at Cash Bar. “They are a rising star in the Americana and mountain music world.” – Ear to the Ground From Tucson, RISO’s sweet vocals and dynamic

Arts & Culture

Gypsy Holiday Show – A Gift Within the Song – Folk Sessions

Authentic and excellent are the words most often used to describe Gypsy Soul and their music. On Saturday, December 17, they bring their special Holiday Show, “A Gift Within the Song” to the Elks elegant Crystal Hall for two shows at 3 and 7pm. Cash Bar. Tickets are $30-$40, and are available at “A Gift Within the Song” presents very eclectic and original interpretations of holiday classics.” Pop Culture


Celtic Concert Series Returns to Prescott – David Stringer, Publisher

Prescott’s long running Celtic Concert Series returns Sunday night, October 16th, with a one night performance by Old Blind Dogs, one of Scotland’s top touring bands. The Celtic Concert Series, which features the traditional music of Ireland and Scotland, has been a staple of Prescott’s live music scene since its founding in 2004. Most Americans