Pinnacle Concert Series features musical variety through May 4

The composer of Arizona Opera’s “Riders of the Purple Sage” and the musical “Gunmetal Blues” brings his Broadway-style and operatic songs to the Pinnacle Concert Series Sunday, Jan. 13.

Craig Bohmler

Craig Bohmler will be joined by Joshua Dennis, Trisha Ditsworth, Laura Wilde and Rusty Ferracane for the performance at Pinnacle Presbyterian Church, 25150 N. Pima Road, Scottsdale.

The concert series opened in October and continues until May 4.

Other performances include the Petrichor Guitar Duo “at a memorable January 27 soiree and art exhibition featuring local visual artists with a Pinnacle premiere of original music inspired by their artwork,” according to a release.

On March 8, the Phat Pack will pay tribute to Las Vegas in a program of American standards, Broadway show tunes, insiders’ stories and comedy.

Northern Arizona University’s Shrine of the Ages Choir appears March 10 followed March 29 by “December ’63: A Tribute to the Original Jersey Boys.”

On April 26, Deux Voix – organist Stephen Distad and trumpeter Justin Langham – bring “a new approach to a classic sound . . . adapting works from other genres, including jazz, Broadway, opera and current popular music,” the release stated.

The season finale will be Helios, A Modern Renaissance on May 4, featuring choral ensemble Helios.

Concert details and tickets are available at PinnacleConcerts.com or at the door. For assistance, call 480-303-2474.

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