Indulge in a feast for the senses with this season Concert Series at Saint Barnabas. Save with a season ticket, getting you entry to all ticketed concerts for $150. Individual tickets will be available. Saturday, September 30 organ recital and the annual Lessons and Carols service will be free and open to the public. All are welcome.
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Our music minister, Michael Salazar, presents some of the most classic sacred works for the keyboard on the beautiful Mary Dell Pritzlaff Casavant Organ in our Sanctuary.
FREE Concert | No Purchase Necessary
The Salt River Brass and Phoenix Brass Collective join forces to present a powerful concert of brass music that you won’t want to miss!
Individual Tickets: $30.00
In conjunction with the choir from Notre Dame Prep, the Saint Barnabas Sanctuary Choir & Orchestra will present the mystical Fauré Requiem, paired with Michael Salazar on the organ for Poulenc’s Organ Concerto.
Individual Tickets: $35.00
The Saint Barnabas Choir leads this service of beautiful scripture, choral anthems and congregational hymns as we prepare for the mystery of the Christmas season.
The staff singers of the Sanctuary Choir join together with orchestral musicians on the final night of the Christmas season to celebrate the Epiphany of our Lord. Christmas classics performed by candlelight are sure to delight your spirit and warm your heart.
The Phoenix-based chamber ensemble, Urban Nocturnes, returns to the Saint Barnabas stage to present a concert of beautiful music featuring piano, flute, violin & viola.
A staple of the Valley arts scene, the Arizona Bach Festival, continues its partnership with Saint Barnabas bringing world-class artists to our Sanctuary performing the spellbinding works of Bach and his contemporaries.
For the conclusion of our Concerts on the Desert series, the Phoenix Brass Collective returns to perform some of the great works written and transcribed for brass ensemble.
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