We are excited to announce that our spring concert, Earth Songs, which is already promised to be one of the most unique Phoenix concerts to date, now includes an enhanced ticket option.

Concert guests can now obtain all-day access to stunning VanDusen Botanical Gardens, enjoy a two-course meal at Shaughnessy Restaurant on the grounds of the gardens, meet and socialize with Phoenix Artistic Director Dr. Nicholle Andrews and Assistant Conductor, Ian Bannerman, and be the first to hear the Board of Director’s new vision for Phoenix Chamber Choir, all for a flat enhancement fee. The concert will follow dinner.

This is a wonderful way to make your evening a fuller experience, including excellent food and taking in the beauty of VanDusen on the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

Earth Songs will be the concluding concert of the 2019/2020 Reawakening season. Travel with the choir as they perform works from around the world featuring composers Sarah Hopkins (Australia), Andrew Balfour (Canada), Tõnu Kõrvits (Estonia) and Fidel G. Calalang Jr. (Philippines). This concert will also feature a world premier, commissioned by Phoenix, by Canadian composer Katerina Gimon.

There is limited seating at Shaughnessy Restaurant and we encourage interested guests to purchase their tickets as soon as possible.  To purchase an enhanced ticket, select your appropriate ticket option and then “add on” the enhanced experience below. Ticket sales close on Thursday, April 15, 2020 and we do expect this option to sell out.

We are ecstatic to honour our planet together on Earth Day and share the full Phoenix experience with you at this highly anticipated event!