The trio’s most beloved solo hits – from “My Way” to “The Lady is a Tramp” and “That’s Amore” – will entertain those who remember the original Rat Pack as well as younger generations with an appreciation for old-school cool. The four shows are a cocktail of classical musicianship and pop-culture nostalgia – shaken, not stirred. Performances are April 26 at Mesa Arts Center and April 27-29 at Symphony Hall. Tickets range from $18 to $83. For more information, visit phoenixsymphony.org
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