Prescott Center for the Arts, Prescott AZ
 

The 2014 - 2015 Concert Season starts off with a bang with rising star SARAH McQUAID, Sunday, October 12.  Co-presented with Folk Sessions.

 
   
All proceeds from concerts will be used for Scholarships for Prescott area talented students.
 
   

2014 - 2015


 

SARAH McQUAID  

Oct 12    7:30pm    $18

Rising star Sarah McQuaid’s voice has been likened to malt whiskey, melted chocolate and “honey poured into wine” (Minor 7th). A captivating performer, she seduces her audience with cheeky banter and stories from the road, as well as with stunning musicianship; in her hands, the guitar becomes much more than merely an accompanying instrument. 


“A world class talent ... burns with a brilliant allure.”

— Living Tradition

with
I Hear Voices!

a unique vocal quartet from Tucson, AZ. Formed in early 2012 by Bobby Kimmel, founder of The Stone Ponys with Linda Ronstadt, and featuring Kathy Harris, Bobby Ronstadt, and Suzy Ronstadt. 

co-presented with

    

 

 

 

 

MUSICIANS IN THE MAKING

November 8  2pm

Free Admission - Donations Accepted

Now a bi-annual event, Musicians in the Making highlights young local musicians by providing them with the opportunity to illustrate their musical talents on stage, some for the first time.  The musicians are hand-selected by their instructors to audition for this concert, and only the best are chosen to perform. 

 

 

   

 


 

THE ARIZONA OPERA

December 5    7:30 pm     $25 

Meet the Artists Reception add $20

The Arizona Opera will return in June 2015.  Date TBA

The Arizona Opera returns to PCA after a shining debut in June of 2014.  Opera professionals will perform well known arias, duets, trios and other recognizable melodies from the world of Opera.  Save money by not traveling to Phoenix for your Opera ‘fix.’  “Meet the Artists” receptions to follow the performances. 

Co-Presented by

 

 

 

ANNABELLE CHVOSTEK

March 14    7:30pm    $18

2013 Juno nominee Annabelle Chvostek is a versatile singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. In 2004, she joined the Juno-winning Wailin’ Jennys, a gig that took her from obscurity to international acclaim. Annabelle’s distinct musical imagination is in evidence on her latest release, Rise, nominated for a Juno and a Canadian Folk Music Award, for she has managed to take a decades-old art form, the protest song, and completely reimagine it for a new era of activism.

“Make no mistake, this lady is a singer songwriter whose talent is so exceptional, she is almost impossible to pigeon
hole”. American Roots Music, UK.

Co-presented with