Riders of the Purple Sage
Arizona Opera presents this world premiere, which is based on Zane Grey’s Western novel of the same name and features scenery designed by Arizona artist Ed Mell. The production follows the dramatic story of the faithful Jane Withersteen and a mysterious gunfighter with a troubled past.
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75 N. Second St., Phoenix
Coro y Guitarra
The romantic fervor of Spanish and Latin music fills the air as Phoenix Chorale performs “Romancero Gitano” (inspired by the poet Federico Garcia Lorca’s Gypsy Ballads), “Libertango” and more Andalusian-inspired songs with masterful Spanish guitar accompaniment.
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$32, adults; $27, seniors and
military; $13, students
Chef Jacques Pépin
Joined by his daughter, TV personality and wine connoisseur Claudine Pépin, the master chef, author and educator presents a live demonstration of some of his most famous dishes. The program includes a Q&A moderated by a top Valley chef and a book signing.
for the Performing Arts
7380 E. Second St., Scottsdale
Arizona Country Roads
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