Pinnacle Church concerts highlight great pop, opera songs

Terry Davies performs songs made popular by Billy Joel and Elton John in “Piano Man,” Jan. 20 at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

Pinnacle Presbyterian Church in north Scottsdale continues its 2016-17 concert series in January with programs paying tribute to pop starts Billy Joel and Elton John, as well as a salute to some of the world’s greatest opera singers.

Concerts are held at the church, 25150 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale. Reserved seating for both concerts is now available.

The music of Billy Joel and Elton John comes to life in “Piano Man,” a multimedia tribute starring the voice and piano of British entertainer Terry Davies, backed by an extraordinary nine-piece band.

The 3 International Tenors salute the great songs of opera, theater and pop during a concert Jan. 27 at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church.

“Piano Man” will be offered 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20.

Premium seating tickets are $45. General admission is $30 and students are admitted free.

The 3 International Tenors perform 7:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27.

The program pays homage to the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Andrea Bocelli, Enrico Caruso and others.

Included in the concert are stirring renditions of many of the most memorable songs ever written, such as “Time to Say Goodbye,” “Ave Maria” and “Nessun Dorma.”

The three musicians come from extremely diverse backgrounds to sing music from opera, musical theatre and pop opera in a most entertaining way.

Premium seating tickets are $45. General admission is $30 and students are admitted free.

Tickets are available online at, by calling 480-303-2474 or at the door.

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