Orchestra Northern Arizona

   ~ Flagstaff's community orchestra    

Holiday / Christmas Concert
December 13, 2014
1:00pm @ Coconino Center for the Arts 

Don't miss our highly anticipated Holiday program, December 13, 1 p.m., at the Coconino Center for the Arts in Flagstaff!


Humperdinck:  Hansel and Gretel Overture

Haydn (attrib.)  Toy Symphony

Prokofieff:  “Troika” from Lieutenant Kije Suite

Johann Strauss:  Perpetuum Mobile

Leroy Anderson:  A Christmas Festival

Victor Herbert:  March of the Toys

FREE PHOTOBOOTH at this holiday concert! Get your family Christmas photo taken for FREE before the concert - sponsored by The Framing Department.

Call for Musicians

Calling all musicians! Orchestra Northern Arizona is pleased to welcome new members from Flagstaff and the surrounding communities any time during its season.  Rehearsals for our 2014-15 season begin in August, 2014.


If you play an instrument or have played in the past, come join us. The orchestra meets on Monday nights from 7 - 9 p.m., at the Sinagua Middle School band room, 3950 E. Butler Avenue. For more information, see How to Join

Orchestra by the People

 

In case you missed the original news cast on NAZ Today broadcast on April 24, you can view Sierra Ferguson's story on Orchestra Northern Arizona  and David Cripps here. Enjoy!
 
 
Brighten Your Day with Music

Don't miss a minute of our 2014-15 season! Check back soon for our complete program listing!

 
 

Orchestra Northern Arizona is proud to be part of  Flagstaff's vibrant and diverse arts community. All of our concert listings, and listings for an array of other Flagstaff events, can now be found on Flagstaff365.com.

 

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Ever wonder how non-profit arts organizations in our community impact the economy? Check out the results of Arts & Economic Prosperity IV, an economic impact study of the non-profit arts and sciences in Flagstaff: http://culturalpartners.org/EconomicImpact.htm

 

ADA Accessibility

ONA rehearsals and performances are accessible to those with physical disabilities. Special reserved seating for hearing impaired patrons is also available at our performances. If you have questions or require additional assistance to attend ONA rehearsals or concerts, or if you wish to take advantage of our reserved seating, please contact us at admin@orchestrana.org.

 

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