2019-2020 Concert Season Schedule
All concerts take place Sundays at 3:00pm in the Yavapai College Performing Arts Center!
We promise to surprise and delight you…and be incredibly entertaining!
GET YOUR 2019-2020 SEASON TICKETS
The new season is set and tickets will soon be available.
2019-2020 Season Tickets can be purchased beginning April 1st.
On May 1st, individual concerts and unrenewed Season Tickets will be released.
Mark your calendars now and get ready for another sensational season of musical
entertainment with the Prescott Pops Symphony!
Sunday, July 28, 2019
“Magical Tour of the Movies”
The ever popular POPs Chorus along with many of your favorite soloists join the orchestra under the direction of Maestro Darrell Rowader to bring you an awe inspiring selection of themes from major motion pictures. Elmer Bernstein’s To Kill A Mockingbird Suite plus selections by Henry Mancini and Andrew Lloyd Webber headline an all star production.
Sunday, September 15, 2019
“Pops People and Places”
Climb aboard the POPs’ magic carpet for a tour of some of the world’s most exotic destinations with such selections as Vienna, City of My Deams, The Yellow Rose of Texas, Belle of New York and the unique experience of Ralph Vaughn Williams’ Symphony No. 2 London.
Sunday, December 8, 2019
“Holiday Dreams and Traditions”
The entire POPs musical family of instrumentalists, chorus, soloists and dancers comes together to present a spectacular program of the music of the holiday season. You will hear the traditional favorites with perhaps some different arrangements as well as some beautiful pieces that are heard less frequently. Dreams of Fireflies is a rousing romp based on the fourth movement of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons. An old English carol, See, Amid the Winter’s Snow is an experience in lyric splendor that will surely brighten your holiday.
Sunday, February 16, 2020
“Love and Laughter”
For its final concert of the season, the POPs draws on its musical versatility to underscore the mood of Valentine’s Day celebrants with the lively Humoresque by Antonin Dvorak, and Martini’s Plasird’Amour to be countered by the sultry sounds of My Funny Valentine plus some old and new favorites.