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April 2 – 30

Concerts at MIM

This month’s concerts include Robyn Hitchcock, April 2; Sierra Hull, April 3; SFJazz Collective: Music of Miles Davis, April 4; The Phoenix Symphony: Behind the Music – Mozart and Schubert, April 6; Pokey LaFarge, April 6; Della Mae, April 10; Trace Bundy, April 11; Söndörgo, April 12; Spyro Gyra, April 18; Clarice and Sergio Assad, April 21; ASU Contemporary Percussion Ensemble, April 24; Sanjay Subrahmanyan, April 24; We3, April 25; Ron McCurdy Quartet, April 26;…

Musical Instrument Museum Music Theater, Phoenix, AZ, 85050

mim.org

April 11 – 14

Country Thunder

Chris Stapleton, Tim McGraw, Dierks Bentley and Brett Eldredge headline this year’s outdoor music festival, which also welcomes Trace Adkins, Clay Walker, Lonestar, Brothers Osborne, Restless Heart, Austin Burke and Brandon Lay to the stage. Call for times and ticket prices. Country Thunder West, 20585 E. Price (Station) Rd., Florence, countrythunder.com, 866-388-0007.

Country Thunder West, Florence, AZ, 85132

countrythunder.com

April 12 – 14

Piazzolla and Price

Tito Muñoz conducts The Phoenix Symphony in Astor Piazzolla’s “Four Seasons of Buenos Aires” and Florence Price’s Symphony No. 1. Gloria Schmidt is featured on violin. F-Sa, 7:30 p.m., Symphony Hall, 75 N. Second St., Phoenix; and Su, 3 p.m., Yavapai College, 1100 E. Sheldon St., Prescott. Call for ticket prices.

Symphony Hall, Phoenix, AZ, 85004

phoenixsymphony.org

April 17

Postmodern Jukebox

Crossing all musical boundaries and generations, the vintage pop sensation reimagines modern pop hits in the style of jazz, ragtime and swing classics of the 1920s-1950s. Designed to prepare the world for a new decade, its Twenties 2.0 Tour ushers in the upcoming 2020s with the group’s time-twisting musical style.

Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, AZ, 85201

mesaartscenter.com

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