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PAL looks forward to new season


South East Performing Arts League (PAL) is looking ahead to a new season of performing arts events. The group serves members of the Sun Lakes and SanTan Sun area communities, who enjoy discounted tickets to shows Valleywide and optional luxury bus transportation to all events from Sun Lakes. The new season of Ballet Arizona beginning this fall features a world premiere production of “Cinderella” performed with the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra on Fri., Oct. 21, as well as a performance of “Sleeping Beauty,” with earlier performance times this year. Subscription orders for the new Arizona Opera season are now being accepted. The opening double- bill operas are “Cavalleria Rusticana” and “Pagliacci” Sun., Oct. 9.


New season subscriptions for Phoenix Symphony’s Coffee Classics series on Friday mornings are also on sale.


Membership to PAL costs $10 for a single and $15 for a household and is open to anyone in the SanTan Sun area with an appreciation for the performing arts. Luxury bus transportation, with handicapped accommodation, is available for all events and leaves from the Cottonwood fl agpole in Sun Lakes. Bus transportation is $20 for anyone who has already purchased tickets for any of the scheduled events. For PAL member discount-priced tickets and bus information, call Lynne at 480-699-7841. For more information about joining PAL, call Barbara at 480-802-7249 or visit www.sevpal.org.


AZ Arts


June 4 - 17, 2011 23 Gold Canyon brings Siegel, art, music


Pianist Jeffrey Siegel is part of the 2011-12 entertainment season for the Gold Canyon Arts Council, which also include theatre, arts and music.


“The Mask Messenger,” a mix of monologue, physical comedy and theatre that explores the artistic, cultural and psychological use of masks throughout history will be performed Fri., Nov. 18.


The Tucson Arizona Boy Chorus entertains Sun., Dec. 18, part of the Arizona Boys Chorus which celebrated its 70th anniversary during the 2009-10 season.


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ON STAGE: “The Mask Messenger” is a performance that explores the many uses of masks throughout history that will be performed as part of the Gold Canyon Arts Council’s 2011-12 season.


On Sat., Jan. 28, 2012, the 12th Annual Canyon Arts Festival will include more than 80 local artists displaying their art with entertainment by live Western, jazz, Hispanic and Native American music and dance throughout the day. Food and drink is available, and there’s free admission. Pianist Jeffrey Siegel, a soloist with many of the world’s great orchestras, plays on Fri., Jan. 20, 2012. He will also present Keyboard Conversations, a concert-plus-commentary format


in which he speaks to the audience about the music before performing each work. The Borealis Wind Quintet, nominated for a 2006 Grammy Award in the Chamber Music Category, is on the Gold Canyon Arts calendar for Fri., Feb. 24, 2012, and the America Chamber Players, considered among the best in chamber music ensembles, wraps up the season Fri., March 9, 2012, with the six members performing a repertoire ranging from familiar masterpieces to “neglected gems.” Formed in 1998, the Gold Canyon Arts Council presents a fi ne arts concert series, Canyon Sounds, every year from November to March. Designed to affordably meet the needs of the East end of the Valley of the Sun, the programs vary from traditional classical chamber music to ethnic and folk performances with indigenous instruments.


Although not associated with the church, performances are held at the United Methodist Church of Gold Canyon through a cooperative agreement.


“The excellent acoustics of this facility make it an ideal venue for music and theater appreciation,” says publicist David Barton. “Many of the artists performing in the series also accept our challenge to bring the fi ne arts to the youth of the community. School residencies are carried out in cooperation with Apache Junction, Superior, Miami, Globe, Coolidge, Ray (Hayden), and the San Carlos Apache school districts and with local colleges and universities.”


For more details and ticket information, visit www.gcac1.com.


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