Season Tickets

Now Available

Season Opening Concert

Sunday, October 15, 2023 ~ 4:00 pm


Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1, I. Maestoso

Pianist: Vitaly Serebriakov

Marquez: Danzon No.2

Gershwin: American in Paris

Matthew Kasper, Guest Conductor
Resident Conductor of The Phoenix Symphony

Presented by Tom & Joyce Fisher

Vitaly Serebriakov

Piano Soloist

Madison Center for the Arts

5601 N. 16th St.

Phoenix, AZ 85016

(South of Bethany Home Rd on 16th St)

Help us bring classical music to everyone!

Become a Concert Sponsor

Showcase your commitment to our community’s arts and culture by sponsoring a symphony concert! 

  • Exclusive Naming Rights
  • Name Promotion
  • Marketing Opportunities
  • VIP Seating at Concert for up to 10 guests.

Philharmonic Elite Partners

$1,000 Donation 
  • Premium VIP Reserved Seating
  • Recognition in the Patron Section of each program for the year
  • VIP Status for all Special Events
$2,500 Donation
  • Special Acknowledgement in Seasonal Program
  • and all previous rewards
$5,000 Donation
  • Private Dinner with Board Trustee or Conductor 
  • and all previous rewards

Leave a Lasting Legacy

Let your love of classical music live on with a legacy gift to The Scottsdale Philharmonic Orchestra. 
  • Bequests in a will or trust
  • Beneficiary designations in a retirement fund
  • Beneficiary designation in a life insurance policy
  • Gift of life insurance cash value

We rely solely upon your donations to bring beautiful classical music to everyone of all ages in our community.  Your support is essential to our mission and very much appreciated!


To enrich the cultural landscape of the Greater Phoenix Valley by providing a professional symphony orchestra that performs a diverse repertoire of classical music, making it accessible to audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Founded in 2012, the Scottsdale Philharmonic is a 501(c)3 that is funded by contributions from the general public and business community.


To build a more inclusive and welcoming cultural environment in the Greater Phoenix Valley.

We will fulfill our Mission to provide classical music to everyone by:

  • Offering affordable ticket prices
  • Free tickets for all students
  • Free Live-streaming of each concert
  • Developing a youth orchestra to provide high-quality music education to students of all backgrounds and abilities.

We believe that this vision is achievable, and we are excited to develop the Scottsdale Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. We are confident that this program will make a positive impact on the lives of young people in our community, and we look forward to sharing our love of music with them.

  • Offering opportunities for students to perform in a variety of settings, including concerts, competitions, and outreach events.
  • Fostering a love of classical music in the next generation of musicians and audiences.
  • Establish a scholarship program for students in need.
  • Partner with local schools and community organizations to promote classical music education.


  • Accessibility: We believe that classical music should be accessible to everyone, regardless of their income or background.
  • Excellence: We strive to provide the highest quality music education possible.
  • Inclusion: We are committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for all students.
  • Innovation: We are always looking for new ways to engage our students and to make music education more relevant to their lives.


We are excited to work with our community to make this vision a reality. We believe that classical music is a powerful force for good, and we are committed to sharing our love of music with everyone.