Welcome to the Prescott Pops Symphony Orchestra!

Bringing Music and Music Education to the Quad-City Music Communities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, and Dewey-Humboldt for over 30 years.

Prescott POPS Valentine's Day Concert



Sunday, February 25, 2024, 3:00 PM
Jim & Linda Lee Performing Arts Center

“Romantic Impressions”

A thoughtful collection of music showcasing the different kinds of “Love” (familial love, passionate love, love of country, love of God, etc.) Student musician Nathan Spencer will play the very romantic second movement from Shostakovich Piano Concerto #2 which was written for his 19-year-old son. We will also feature local favorite, Jordan Kliphon, singing “I Love You” and “Embraceable You”. Other selections include Titanic (new symphony pops arrangement), Downton Abbey Suite, Suite from Far and Away and more.









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Learn More about the Prescott Pops Symphony Orchestra organization and how you can support us.

The Prescott Pops Symphony is our community orchestra, and is a truly excellent representation of talent from the Northern Arizona region. For the orchestra to continue its mission and realize its goals, it requires financial support from the local community.

You can support the POPS by becoming an Individual Donor, a Corporate Sponsor, or by advertising in our concert programs. You will not only be supporting the Symphony and its goals, you will also be showing your support of music within our community.

During its tenure, the Pops has performed over 150 concerts for appreciative Yavapai area audiences. The Symphony performers range from 50 to 80 local instrumentalists and 40 to 60 vocalists at various concerts, plus local guest soloists and conductors. Orchestra members often include youth participants from area middle schools and high schools, who not only gain performance experience but actively contribute to the Symphony’s mission to support young musicians in the community.