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Posted: Sunday, August 29, 2010 6:00 pm | Updated: 4:46 pm, Thu Sep 13, 2012.

Individual tickets for the Phoenix Symphony's 2010/11 season are now available by calling the box office at (602) 495-1999 or visiting www.phoenixsymphony.org.

This exciting season includes the US Airways Classics, APS Pops and Target Family Series with more than 200 concerts and presentations in downtown Phoenix and throughout the Valley.

The season will feature collaborations such as the semi-staged co-production "The Music Man" (Sept. 10 to 12) with Phoenix Theatre and "Elijah" (Feb. 3 to 5) with the Phoenix Art Museum. Other season highlights include "Boléro" (Sept. 23 to 25), "Handel's Messiah" (Dec. 9 to 19), "Brandenburg Festival" (Jan. 14 to 17), "Cirque de la Symphonie" (Feb. 25 to 27), the two-week "World's Greatest Piano Concerto Festival" (May 5 to 14) and "The Red Violin" (May 19 and 21) featuring Concertmaster Steven Moeckel.

During the Holocaust, the works of numerous composers were banned and entire schools of composition were eradicated while small pockets of music thrived in concentration camps across Eastern Europe. Throughout the 2010/11 season, The Phoenix Symphony will explore and perform many of these works for the first time in its series "Rediscovered Masters." These composers include such masters as Pavel Haas, Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Hans Krása, Erwin Schuloff, Marcel Tyberg and Kurt Weill. Throughout the season, The Phoenix Symphony and the Arizona State University Center for Jewish Studies, in conjunction with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, will present a series of lectures, films and discussions around the Valley, linking the musical presentations to the cultural and historical themes of assimilation, modernization, destruction and remembrance.

More information about the upcoming season may be found at www.phoenixsymphony.org, and a free concert guide detailing the season is available by calling the box office at (602) 495-1999.

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