2019 Winter Concert Sampler

Recorded December 8, 2019 at our “Rejoice and Be Merry!” concert at Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.

“Bring Us in Good Ale,” by Gustav Holst “S’vivon B’sheva,” arranged by Robert Lopez-Hanshaw

Home for the Holidays—December 2020

December 2020 Virtual Concert

Please join Arizona Repertory Singers online for our December virtual choir concert, “Home For The Holidays,” a collection of holiday favorites that ARS audiences have enjoyed through the years, along with a few new pieces with stunning and soothing harmonies.

“Even though we are not singing in the same space, ARS members are still serving Tucson by bringing beauty and solace through song to our community with our virtual choir performances,” says Music Director, Ryan Phillips. “The joy of music won’t be stopped.”

Here’s how it works:

  1. Purchase your ticket here. Cost is $20 per household.
  2. On December 11, check your email for a link to the concert.
  3. Click on it anytime through December 31.  You can scroll through the pages of the program which will include concert notes and videos of each piece.
  4. Enjoy!
  5. Watch it again as many times as you like through December 31! 

Watch the two videos below for a sneak preview! 

Thank you to our concert sponsors!
SJI Financial Services
La Posada
Bogutz & Gordon
TCI Wealth Advisors
Perfection Plastic Surgery & Skin Care

Spring 2021 Concert Details To Be Announced..


Former Boys Chorister Named Repertory Singers Director

“The Tucson Boys Chorus was a foundation of my musical education,” he said. “It was where I first learned to represent and serve my community as a musician and a leader.”

During his undergraduate years at UA, he served as assistant director of Tucson Masterworks Chorale and the Helios Ensemble. He also was music director at the Academy of Tucson High School and choir director at Holy Way Presbyterian Church.

He continued leading choirs in Flagstaff including the Harold M. Harter Memorial Handbell Choir and Chamber Singers.

“Ryan is an expressive conductor,” Edith Copley, one of his professors at NAU, said in a written statement. “He honors the music, connects with the audience and truly cares about the people in his ensemble.”

read the whole story on the Daily Star website