Photo courtesy of Desert Hills Community School of Music
This Valentine’s Day, the Desert Hills Community School of Music (DHCSM) and The Holland Center are set to captivate hearts with a special concert featuring the renowned Fountain Hills Saxophone Quartet (FHSQ). Scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 13, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., the concert will be a delightful journey through the romantic tunes of the 1920s to the 1950s.
Romantic Melodies from the Golden Era
The FHSQ, composed of Jeffrey Anthony (soprano), Heather Baldwin (alto), Donna Wilde (tenor), and Dale Nelson (baritone), will perform a selection of love songs from an era renowned for its rich musical heritage. The concert promises not only soul-stirring music but also engaging stories behind these timeless melodies. Additionally, a dance area will be available for attendees who wish to sway to the rhythms of love.
FHSQ: A Blend of Talent and Storytelling
With more than a decade of experience, the FHSQ has become a staple in the Phoenix area’s music scene. Known for their skillful performances and captivating storytelling, the quartet performs up to 100 shows annually, becoming particularly sought-after during holiday seasons. Their collaboration with DHCSM, situated on the Desert Hills Presbyterian Church campus, showcases their commitment to fostering musical talent and appreciation in the community.
Join the Celebration of Love and Music
The Valentine’s-themed concert will be held at The Holland Center, located at 34250 N. 60th St., in Scottsdale. Tickets are priced at $10.
For more information, visit hollandcenter.org/event/love-songs-of-the-1920s-1950s.