Scottsdale Philharmonic to perform Holiday Concert Dec. 10

The Scottsdale Philharmonic will perform traditional holiday classical pieces in a special Dec. 10 Holiday Concert hosted by the Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Thanksgiving bargains, special events found at Scottsdale Arts

An abundance of shopping and holiday gift opportunities await patrons at The Store@Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and The Shop@SMoCA [...] Continue Reading →

Ansel Adams images take spotlight at Scottsdale Arts’ benefit

The photographic genius of Ansel Adams paired with a commissioned symphonic work composed by Chris Brubeck and his late father, jazz legend Dave [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Arts embarks on new chapter following resignation of CEO

Former Scottsdale Arts President and CEO Neale Perl tendered his resignation effective Friday, Oct. 6. Officials close to the situation say the [...] Continue Reading →

Neale Perl resigns as CEO of Scottsdale Arts

Having led the process to rebrand the organization and successfully implement a more efficient organizational structure, Neale Perl has resigned [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Arts offers glimpse into return on public investment

Scottsdale City Council gave Scottsdale Arts $4,648,687 this fiscal year and on Tuesday, Sept. 12 the local governing board heard about the [...] Continue Reading →

Monk on Monk: A son celebrates his iconic dad’s 100th birthday in concert in Scottsdale

Jazz and family with be two intertwining themes at the Scottsdale Center for Performing Arts on Oct. 14, as musician T.S. Monk celebrates his [...] Continue Reading →

Musician Samite brings his message of peace to Scottsdale

World-renowned musician Samite brings his message of peace, hope and healing to Scottsdale with a one-night-only performance at 7 p.m. on Friday, [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Arts host family-friendly shows this fall

The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts has announced three family-friendly shows this fall. Included in the lineup, is the first-ever [...] Continue Reading →

Classroom teachers see arts integration assist student learning

Local and national arts and education entities are joining forces in the classroom to better reach students whose brains don’t always grasp [...] Continue Reading →