People living in Sedona go to classical music concerts.The amazing arts culture is one of the many aspects to love about living in Sedona. From local musicians playing at our restaurants to rock concerts in the park to classical music, we have it all. Red Rocks Music Festival is one of our fabulous local musical groups. With a focus on classical chamber music, the group adds a touch of refinement to our musical life. And they’ve been at it for 20 whole years. Celebrate this milestone at a special musical evening on Friday, September 3rd at Classically Uncorked.

The festivities will be held at Decanter Tasting Room in the Village of Oak Creek. The address is 7000 AZ-179 A-100. It’s a quick drive from any Sedona home. The fun begins at 7 p.m. Three festival musicians will provide the evening’s entertainment. Jan Simiz will play cello, with Carmit Zori and David Ehrlich on violins. Not only will guests enjoy the musical interludes, they’ll also get to indulge in specially paired wines with a meat and cheese tray. Tickets are $85.

Hear Two More Classical Concerts Near Your Sedona Home

Labor Day weekend will see two more concerts for music lovers living in Sedona. The Mary D. Fisher Theatre will come alive with the sounds of “A Dialogue of Strings” on Saturday, September 4th at 4 p.m. The concert will be presented by a quartet made up of David Ehrlich and Carmit Zori on violin, Christopher McKay on viola, and Jan Simitz on cello. They will play selections from Mozart, Schubert, Beethoven and Bartok. Tickets for this concert are $36.

Finally, on Sunday, September 5th at 3 p.m., head to Sedona Creative Life Center at 333 Schnebly Hill Road. Attendees will enjoy “Classics on the Rocks”, a concert of the works of Boccherini, Piazzolla, and Dvorak. The string quartet from Saturday will be joined by Thomas Landschoot on cello, Teresa Ehrlich on piano, and Fred Marderness on percussion. Tickets are $36.

Visit Red Rocks Music Festival online to purchase tickets, get more details, and learn about other upcoming concerts.