Orchestra Northern Arizona

  Flagstaff's community orchestra  Informal. Classical. Fun. Free!   

 

Orchestra Northern Arizona's Invitation to the Dance, April 29

Join us on Saturday, April 29, 7 p.m. in Flagstaff High School's Hurley Theater for our season finale, An Invitation to the Dance. We'll be playing a some of the world's most beautiful and varied dance music, including Russian Easter Festival Overture, Ballet Egyptien, Prelude to La Traviata, Dances from the Bartered Bride, and Prelude to Act Three from Lohengrin


 All ages welcome. No charge for admission. Donations gratefully accepted.

 
 

2017-18 Call for Musicians

Calling all musicians! Orchestra Northern Arizona is pleased to welcome new members from Flagstaff and the surrounding communities any time during its season. 


If you play an instrument or have played in the past, come join us. Rehearsals for our 2017-18 season will begin in August and are held on Monday nights from 7 - 9 p.m., at the Flagstaff High School band room, 400 W. Elm. For more information, see How to Join

 

ONA and YONA welcome new assistant conductor

Please join us in welcoming our new assistant conductor, Desmond Siu. Desmond, who  is currently studying for his Masters of Orchestral Conducting at NAU, joined us in August and is working with both ONA and our new youth orchestra, Orchestra Northern Arizona. Welcome Desmond!
 

Orchestra Northern Arizona Youth Orchestra


Rehearsals for Youth Orchestra Northern Arizona will begin again in August 2017, 5:15 p.m. in the Flagstaff High School band room. If you are a student 19 years or younger and are looking for a fun and challenging musical opportunity, we encourage you to sign up! No audition required!

 
 How many hands does it take to orchestrate a great season?
 
 
 

Orchestra Northern Arizona is proud to be part of  Flagstaff's vibrant and diverse arts community. All of our concert listings, and listings for an array of other Flagstaff events, can now be found on Flagstaff365.com.

 


Our Corporate Sponsors

ONA is sponsored in part with grants from:

        

      

   


 

ADA Accessibility

ONA rehearsals and performances are accessible to those with physical disabilities. Special reserved seating for hearing impaired patrons is also available at our performances. If you have questions or require additional assistance to attend ONA rehearsals or concerts, or if you wish to take advantage of our reserved seating, please contact us at [email protected]

 

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