Celebrate Earth Day in Sun City with Phoenix Chorale: Big Blue Marble
Did you know? On average, Americans throw away about 3.5 pounds of trash each day. Statistics like this are all the more reason why Earth Day is such an important national event to promote environmental consciousness. If you want to further understand the value and impact of Earth Day in the form of music, then come out and celebrate Earth Day in Sun City with Phoenix Chorale: Big Blue Marble.
As seen in its entirety from space, Earth looks just like a ‘big blue marble.’ Our home is a miraculous place filled with order, chaos, and beauty and you’re invited to experience the elements of our blue planet through music! On Friday, April 22nd at 7:30 pm the Phoenix Chorale concludes its record-breaking, Grammy-winning season with a smash finale, "Big Blue Marble," a concert celebrating the Earth. Opening on Earth Day, performances include a thought-provoking and emotional program of music evoking life on the planet.
Taking place at the American Lutheran Church at 17200 N Del Webb Blvd., Sun City, the program highlights include Frank Ticheli's "Earth Song" and Eric Whitacre's "Water Night," along with music by composers Maggi Payne, Shawn Crouch, Jake Runestad, Samuel Barber, and more. Tickets cost $32, $27 for seniors. Visit phoenixchorale.org. for more information or to purchase tickets and celebrate the 43rd Annual Earth Day in a beautiful way. For more things to do in Sun City or local events for active adults, please contact Sharon Mason today!
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