Let’s hear it
for the young ’uns
The Tucson Girls Chorus meets up with the Civic Orchestra of Tucson at 2 p.m. Sunday for a Friends of Music at St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church concert.
The program will be divided into three sections: heaven, sound and love, and works by contemporary composers will be featured.
The almost 30-year-old chorus is made up of girls from kindergarten to 12th grade. Together they create soaring sounds.
Admission is by donation — $15 is suggested. St. Philip’s is at 4440 N. Campbell Ave. Call 299-6421 for more information.
And let’s hear it
for our favorites
The Pima Community College Orchestra knows what we like, and it’s going to play ’em.
The orchestra’s spring concert, slated for 3 p.m. Saturday, includes George Gershwin’s “American in Paris,” Mozart’s Symphony in G Minor #40, and Alexander Borodin’s “Polovtsian Dancers,” a key piece of music in the musical “Kismet.”
The orchestra is led by Alexander Tentser. Tickets cost $6.
Also at Pima, the school’s Chorale & College Singers, under the direction of Jonathan Ng, close out the semester with a concert that includes Renaissance English madrigals, a medley from “Les Miserables,” and Mark Hayes’ “The Ash Grove. It’s at 3 p.m. Sunday; tickets cost $6.
Both concerts are at the PCC’s Center for the Arts Proscenium Theatre, on the West Campus, 2202 W. Anklam Road. More information is at pima.edu/cfa or 206-6986.
The Old Pueblo Brass Band’s spring concert will have a bit of musical theater, a bit of jazz and a bit of marching music.
The concert is at 3 p.m. Sunday, and on the program are a salute to Frank Sinatra, music from “West Side Story,” and even some pieces arranged specifically for the band.
It’s at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 2450 E. Fort Lowell Road. And it’s free, though donations will be accepted. Online: oldpueblobrassband.com