Arts, Culture & Entertainment
1421 W. Pima Mine Road Sahuarita, AZ 85629
5655 W. Valencia Rd., Tucson, AZ 85757
Chris AshcraftP.O. Box 1301 Green Valley, AZ 85622
Amanda Urbaniak1250 W. Continental Rd.Green Valley, AZ 85622
1100 W Pima Mine Rd
Sahuarita, AZ 85629-9624
Mail to: P.O.Box 1301, Tucson, AZ 85622
Contact: Bill Krinke
The Green Valley Concert Band is a 501c3 volunteer concert band. Most concerts are held at the Sahuarita School District Auditorium but occasionally held elsewhere in the community. Check out the website for our concert schedule, we look forward to seeing you there!
P.O. Box 959, Green Valley, AZ 85622
Green Velvet Entertainment is an all around Entertainment Company located in the community of Green Valley. Gene Green is the Owner and Operator of Green Velvet Entertainment and entertains under the name of Green Velvet. Green Velvet has provided entertainment in Green Valley since 2005. Gene performs to many music genres such as Country, Old Time Rock & Roll, Contemporary, Pop, Ballroom and Dinner Background Music. Green Velvet sings and provides music for dances and special events. Green Velvet has entertained at many Green Valley clubs, organizations, private parties, special events, fund raisers and restaurants for dinner background music.
70 W. Duval Mine Road Green Valley, AZ 85614
We rent pedal boats, kayaks and stand-up paddle boards at Sahuarita Lake on Saturday and Sundays.
1580 W. Duval Mine Rd.
Green Valley, AZ 85614
Yvonne Morris, Director
P.O. Box 64912, Tucson, AZ 85728-4912
2017/18 Season Performances in Green Valley are:
Music of the Royals
True Concord choir, soloists and chamber players. Byrd, Purcell, Handel…Through the centuries, Great Britain has given the world some of its most revered choral music. Along with works by those masters, the opening concert includes Benjamin Britten’s famous choral work, Hymn to Saint Cecilia, John Tavener’s Song for Athene and John Rutter’s This is the Day…..plus a few Beatles favorites to send everyone out humming.
Saturday, October 14, 7:00 pm – St. Francis Episcopal Church, Green Valley
True Concord choir and soloists and Guy Whatley, organ. Gabriel Fauré Requiem and David Lang the little match girl passion. The inspiration for this program is Tucson’s unique and vibrant All Soul’s Procession, an event that honors Mexico’s traditional Dia de los Muertos. Both works on this program concern death and yet evoke a sense of love, joy and heavenly peace.
Saturday, November 14, 7:00 pm – Lutheran Church of the Risen Savior, Green Valley
Lessons and Carols By Candelight
True Concord choir, soloists and harp and Guy Whatley, organ. Along with familiar treasures, this year’s program incorporates holiday traditions of the Southwest, featuring a collection of Spanish-texted “Carols and Lullabies”. The tradition includes you adding your own voice in beloved carols, all by candelight.
Friday, December 8, 7:00 pm – St. Francis in the Valley Episcopal Church, Green Valley
True Concord choir and orchestra, University of Arizona’a Arizona Choir Arianna Zukerman, soprano, Teresa Buchholz, mezzo-soprano, Hugo Vera, tenor, Andrew Stuckey, baritone, and Bruce Chamberlain, guest conductor. True Concord combines forces with UA’s Arizona Choir for Verdi’s soaring work of sublime melodies, vigorous rhythms an dramatic contrast. Best known for the recurring thunder of its Dies Irae, the Requiem is also revered for the tender mercy of its Lacrymosa, which in the words of conductor Marin Alsop, palpably weeps.”
Saturday, February 24, 7:00 pm – Valley Presbyterian Church, Green Valley
True Concord choir, soloists and orchestra. In partnership with the University of Arizona Poetry Center, the final program of the season features works utilizing the letters and poetry of Emily Dickinson, the gentle “Belle of Amherst,” and an icon of American arts and letters.
Saturday, March 24, 7:00 pm – St. Francis in the Valley Episcopal Church, Green Valley
1 Burruel Street, Tubac, AZ 85646
Mail to: P.O. Box 1296, Tubac, AZ 85646-1296
Come to Tubac and experience 2,000 years of Southwest history! We showcase every culture (Native American, Spanish, Mexican, Pioneer American, and Arizonian) with award-winning artifacts and displays to bring those 2,000 years of history to life. See Arizona’s first printing press, our original 1885 school house and much more.