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Park Avenue Quintet


See Us Perform: Events
Park Avenue Quintet Members

DECEMBER 8, 2017

Along with being a fun, family friendly tradition, Acker Night combines participating downtown businesses with the support of hardworking musicians who donate their time and talents.  Their mutual goal is to keep music alive and thriving for the youth of Prescott. Members of the Park Avenue Quintet will be performing in the Downtown area.

Ryan Gastonguay, Horn, and Erin Sobo, Bassoon

DECEMBER 10, 2017

One very good reason the holidays are always so enjoyable is the music. Who doesn’t enjoy the wonder of traditional Christmas songs or the many holy testaments to the season? Maestro Joseph Place will lead the Pops through a fabulous performance of many seasonal favorites from "Sleigh Ride" and "It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year!" to the "Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel’s “Messiah”, and the "Festive Sounds of Hanukkah." Members of the Park Avenue Quintet will be performing at this festive concert.

Park Avenue Quintet at Trinity Presbyterian

FEBRUARY 11, 2018

The musicians of the Verde Valley Sinfonietta are drawn from all areas of northern Arizona and occasionally Phoenix as well.  They are experienced orchestral musicians, most with training at the college, conservatory and graduate school level. Members of the Park Avenue Quintet will be performing this concert, "Romantic Tapestry"

LeAnne Lawhead, Flute and Wendy White, violin


FEBRUARY 18, 2018

All of us started out in early childhood experiencing the marvel of Saturday morning’s best entertainment. Cartoons were vessels of laughter, joy, action, and adventure delivered through a fun package of colorful animated characters and wrapped in some of our most memorable music. Many famous cartoons dating back to the 1930’s brought their characters to life to the tune of classical music like Brahm’s Hungarian Dances (WB Looney Tunes “Pigs in a Polka” c. 1943), Bugs Bunny’s memorable performance of Rossini’s Barber of Seville Overture in “The Rabbit of Seville” (WB Looney Tunes c. 1946) and Elmer Fudd’s astonishing 1957 performance in WB’s “Kill The Wabbit” (Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries).

Maestro Joseph Place and the Prescott Pops Symphony will perform a marvelous program of toon tunes from the past that will make you smile…and the specifics are to be a surprise! So get your tickets and pretend you’re going to Corny-Gie Hall with Porky Pig and Bugs for the Corny Concerto…That’s All Folks!

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