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Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra

Friday, January 24, 2020
Conductor talk at 6:30 PM, show at 7:30 – 9:30 PM MST

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The Symphonic Beatbox with Project Trio takes place on:

Friday, January 24, 2020
Conductor talk at 6:30 PM, show at 7:30 – 9:30 PM MST

If you’re not familiar with “beatboxing,” PROJECT Trio will bring it alive for you during this concert of eclectic, present-day chamber music. Greg Pattillo (flute), Eric Stephenson (cello), and Peter Seymour (double bass) form the Brooklyn-based trio. Hailed for their “wide appeal, subversive humor and first-rate playing,” this ensemble embraces styles from Baroque to hip-hop. This won’t be a typical classical concert experience.

Secure your tickets quickly! Learn more about parking and directions to the venue here.

Tickets and Information:

$20 to $74 based on location
$8 Student Tickets
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The event will include:

Beatboxing Flutist

Project Trio’s Interpretation of Contemporary Pop Songs

Boundary-Pushing Chamber Music

Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra Presents

Special – The Nutcracker Ballet (Lollipop)

Underwritten by the Flagstaff Symphony Guild, the Lollipop Concert is an enduring and popular holiday tradition featuring an abridged and kid-friendly version of The Nutcracker for children of all ages. Tickets will go on sale on November 1, 2018. Secure yours quickly; this event sells out annually. As children leave Ardrey Memorial Auditorium, they are given a lollipop by a Guild member. This year’s Lollipop Concert will be Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 2 p.m. in Ardrey Memorial Auditorium.

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A Letter From

Conductor Charles Latshaw

"Project Trio is a special kind of wonderful -- impressively skilled, awesomely talented, and remarkably charismatic. They combine traditional classical music with a modern flair that makes me constantly reconsider my thoughts on music. These are some of the most creative artists I've ever had the opportunity to work with. Come have a blast with Project Trio."

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Parking

Free parking is available in the large surface lot behind Ardrey Memorial Auditorium on Friday concert nights. The NAU designation for this lot is P13 and it is located along West Riordan Road.

Paid parking is available in the Knoles Garage at the corner of West Riordan Road and Knoles Drive. Parking attendants will be standing at the entrance, with the gate open, so that you may quickly enter and park. On your way in you will get an exit ticket. This exit ticket is how you will pay to exit the lot. The parking garage fee is $2 per hour.

Pre-paid Parking exit tickets may be purchased in advance for $5 at the NAU Parking and Shuttle Services in the Centennial building, on NAU campus, at the corner of Dupont Avenue and Beaver Street (credit/debit cards only).

ADA accessible parking is available in surface lots P13 and P16A (across Knoles Drive from the entrance of Ardrey Memorial Auditorium) and in the Knoles Garage.

NAU Parking Office: 928.523.6623 | www.nau.edu/parking

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