Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix to hold auditions in August

The Orpheus Male Chorus of Phoenix—Arizona’s longest-standing, continuously performing choral arts organization—is opening auditions for its 91st season. Auditions will be held from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m on Tuesday, Aug. 6 and Tuesday, Aug 13 at Central United Methodist Church, 1875 N. Central Ave., in Phoenix, according to a press release, adding that prepared […]

Sanctuary resort to host Bar Brawl throughout summer

Bar Brawl, Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa’s battle of the bartenders, is returning to jade bar for its fifth year. At 8 p.m. every Sunday from July 14 to Aug. 25, top mixologists from various Valley establishments will battle for the title of Bar Brawl Champion, according to a press release. Sanctuary is […]

monOrchid and ASU launch lunar exhibit: ‘Barnstorming the Moon

The monOrchid and ASU, with True North Studio, will launch a lunar exhibit entitled, “Barnstorming the Moon” from Friday, July 19, to Friday, Aug. 16 at the monOrchid, 214 E. Roosevelt St. The event is free to the public along with a special panel discussion at 6 p.m. on July 20 as experts discuss details […]

Second Annual ‘Spayghetti and No Balls’ Gala pairs pasta, pets

One of the Valley’s no-kill shelters, Arizona Small Dog Rescue will host its Second Annual Spayghetti and No Balls Gala. The event is on Saturday, Oct. 5 at the Aviano residential community, 22500 N. Aviano Way, Phoenix, according to a press release. “Last year alone, Arizona Small Dog Rescue spent nearly $60,000 to spay and […]

Audition for ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra, Aug. 6

ProMusica Arizona will hold auditions for its chorale and orchestra on 7–9 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 6 at Crosswinds Presbyterian Church, 20125 N. 15th Ave., Phoenix. The 2019-20 season marks PMAZ’s 17th performance year with ensembles performing a variety of repertoire from classical to popular, including major works and concert versions of musicals, according to a […]

monOrchid to host Chester Bennington photograph exhibit

In partnership with True North Studio, monOrchid in Phoenix will welcome a photo exhibit of late Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington Friday, June 21. The exhibit is titled “Celebrating the Life of Chester Bennington” and is by local photographer/musician Jim Louvau, according to a press release. This is the first time this exhibit will be […]

Freaky Friday, The Musical runs June 14-30 at Herberger Theater Center

More than 50 Valley teens will participate in Valley Youth Theatre’s opening of its final production in the theatre company’s 30th season, Disney’s Freaky Friday, The Musical. Premiering on Friday, June 14 at The Herberger Theater Center, the show will run through June 30, according to a press release about the cast and crew including […]

Google to host trainings in Phoenix

Google announced it will be coming to Phoenix Wednesday, June 12 as part of the tech company’s Grow with Google initiative to help create economic opportunity in communities across the country. Google will kickstart this work locally with a free, one-day event at the Burton Barr Central Library, 1221 N. Central Ave., to help job […]

‘Get The Led Out’ stops at Phoenix theater

Tickets are going on sale June 3 for a Led Zeppelin tribute concert by Philadelphia-based band, “Get The Led Out.” The concert will be Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Celebrity Theatre in Phoenix. From the bombastic and epic, to the folky and mystical, Get The Led Out have captured the essence of the recorded music of […]

Cactus Classic adds 5-on-5 full court challenge at annual basketball tournament

The Cactus Classic, America’s only 3-on-3 stand-up amputee basketball tournament, will close out the fifth annual event by shifting its previous game schedule to include a Final Four-type competition. The first day of round-robin play for teams from across the county will be a 5-on-5 full-court Final Four-type competition with teams drafted from a pool […]