The Coconino Center for the Arts will be the host for a handful of uplifting concerts this fall and into the winter. The Center’s indoor amphitheater is northern Arizona’s best listening room for a pure live music experience. Don’t miss out on this fabulous line up!


Cassie and Maggie McDonald
Wednesday, September 16 at 7pm
Coconino Center for the Arts

From Nova Scotia, surrounded by its musical culture and traditions, Cassie and Maggie use their unique upbringing as a springboard to travel the US and Canada to share their original take on Celtic music traditions.


Wednesday, September 30 at 7:30pm
Coconino Center for the Arts

HONEYHONEY is an American alternative folk group made up of musical duo, Benjamin Jaffe and Suzanne Santo. Their sound has been noted for its influences of folk, soul, country, rock, pop, and blues.


The T Sisters
Friday, October 9 at 7:30pm
Coconino Center for the Arts

The T Sisters have been singing together and creating music since childhood. The band draws from a variety of musical genres including Americana, R&B, bluegrass, and soul. The T Sisters have worked with people such as, Amos Lee, Laurie Louis and Elephant Revival.


Jim Malcolm
Friday, October 30 at 7:00pm
Coconino Center for the Arts

Scottish folk singer and songwiter, Jim Malcolm, now works solo after being the lead singer of Old Blind Dogs for eight years. Jim Malcolm performs traditional Scottish music as well as his own compositions.

Portland Cello Project
Thursday, November 5 at 7:30pm
Coconino Center for the Arts

The Portland Cello Project has gained recognition for their versatility and creativity. Far from a traditional ensemble, they are known for blending musical genres such as classical, pop, and hip-hop.


George Winston
Saturday, January 30 at 7:30pm
Coconino Center for the Arts

George Winston is an American solo pianist hailing from Montana. He began playing acoustic piano in the early 1970s and has been growing as a musician ever since, with over 10 solo piano albums.