February 5, 2013 ~ Centennial Tuesday Concert ~ Jon Rauhouse & Friends

Join us for a great Centennial Tuesdays Concert at The Musicians Hall! We’re presenting a concert on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm.

Our next concert at the Musicians Hall is Eclectic Americana music with Jon Rauhouse & Friends.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013 at 7:30pm

The Professional Musicians of Arizona Hall is located at 1202 E. Oak St. (northeast corner of 12th St. & Oak)

Donations are accepted at the door.

For more info call 602-254-8838

January 1, 2013 ~ Centennial Tuesday Concert ~ Carl Wiman & Friends

Start your 2013 New Year with a great Centennial Tuesdays Concert at The Musicians Hall! We’re presenting a concert on the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 pm.

Our next concert at the Musicians Hall is Country music with Carl Wiman & Friends.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013 at 7:30pm

The Professional Musicians of Arizona Hall is located at 1202 E. Oak St. (northeast corner of 12th St. & Oak)

Donations are accepted at the door.

For more info call 602-254-8838

Centennial Tuesday Concert Series - December 4, 2012

Members, friends and neighbors are invited to our Holiday Party at AFM Local 586, Professional Musicians of Arizona.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 7:30pm
Music will be by Santo & The Naughty Elves, aka The Kandu Band.
Madelyn Roberts, guitar & vocals; Caesar Rob, drums & vocals; Santo Maglio, piano; Vic Kottner, bass; Brad Bauder, sax & clarinet
Free food, free beverages, free fun with your friends!
The Professional Musicians of Arizona Hall is located at 1202 E. Oak St. (northeast corner of 12th St. & Oak)

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