- Six-concert Season Subscription (Best Value!): See all six concerts from your favorite seat in the house at our lowest per-concert prices. Purchase online today!
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Sunday October 7, 2018 – 3:00pm
From New York to LA, the Salt River Brass opens its 31st season with hits from Broadway and Hollywood. It will be Stunning, Riveting and Brassy – It’s SRB…and that’s entertainment!!
Sunday November 11, 2018 – 3:00pm
Celebrate Veteran’s Day and travel the world without ever leaving the concert hall on this military and musical tour of Europe, Asia and the Americas. It’s a tribute filled with flag waving fun!
Sunday December 9, 2018 – 3:00pm
The most popular concert of the season returns to ring in the holidays! A Valley tradition for 31 years, the Salt River Brass hosts a magical concert of holiday classics. Start your holiday season with SRB’s Holiday Pops — the perfect way for the whole family to celebrate this festive time of year!
Sunday February 10, 2019 – 3:00pm
Melt the last of winter away with a jolt of hot swing! Audiences around the Valley know when it comes to big band, the Salt River Brass is smokin’ hot – and these cats got swing. You’re in for a jump-jivin’, roof-raisin’, rompin’ good time.
Sunday March 24, 2019 – 3:00pm
SRB will paint in glorious brass strokes and enter the magical world of music based on artwork with Modest Mussorgsky’s alternately fanciful and powerful set of tone poems entitled Pictures at an Exhibition. Music from Giovanni Gabrielli, Richard Wagner, and Dmitri Shostakovich fill out this grand exhibition!
Sunday April 28, 2019 – 3:00pm
Maestro Sheridan brings an exciting program that pays tribute to the musical melting pot of the United States and the great American brass virtuosi whose legacy has provided the foundation for countless brass giants of today. From Classical to jazz and from Herbert L. Clarke to Miles Davis, the Salt River Brass delivers an unforgettable concert of past heroes.