Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Tucson, AZ

Great Things to Hear This Holiday Season in Tucson, AZ

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Ron Middleton

Ron has been a part of the Lifestyle team helping people hear better since 2005. Before joining our team, Ron served in the U.S. Air Force for 22 years. As a Master Sergeant, he was Superintendent of Wing Aircrew Life Support and oversaw a staff of nearly 100. For the past decade, Ron has contributed to the community through leadership roles in the Tucson Downtown Lions Club.
Ron Middleton

The holidays are just around the corner, and whether you’re working or retired, there’s a lot to look forward to this holiday season, and many great moments to share with your loved ones. At Lifestyle Hearing Solutions we’re dedicated to helping you hear more, so here are our top picks of great things to hear this holiday season in Tucson.

Wizards of Winter, December 13

Head over to the Fox Tucson Theatre this week for a holiday rock event your whole family will love. “Tales Beneath a Northern Star” is a search inside a snow globe for the true meaning of Christmas, based around the musical intensity of the Wizards of Winter, and drawing inspiration from their self-titled CD. Join former members of some of the best Classic Rock bands such as The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Rainbow, Alice Cooper, The Irish Tenors, and many more, in this performance of amazing vocal harmonies, string instrumentation, keyboard work, and powerful percussion. They’ll also be joined by Broadway veterans you don’t want to miss, so catch them when their American tour stops in Tucson.

A Christmas Carol, December 14-16

No Christmas would be complete without the classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim, and ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future. Join the Arts Express for the third annual A Christmas Carol & Dickens Festival at the Berger Performing Arts Center. You’ll experience the magic of Christmas with this musical theatre production, performed by a brilliant cast and accompanied by a live orchestra.

Two hours before each show, you can explore the Dickens Festival. Check out the merry streets of old London, watch Victorian era characters roam the streets, meet merchants, listen to carolers, and try some delicious treats.

Messiah, December 15 – 16

If you’re a classical music lover, you don’t want to miss this year’s performance of Handel’s Messiah. Join talented soloists, the Tucson Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and the Tucson Symphony Orchestra in this soaring masterpiece that remains one of classical music’s most popular works. It’s being held at one of Arizona’s most outstanding acoustical venues, the Catalina Foothills High School. Last year’s performance sold out, so get your tickets right away!

In the Christmas Mood: A Holiday Music Spectacular, December 21

If you miss the good old days of variety specials, head over to the Fox Tucson Theatre for a celebration of Christmas. In the spirit of TV Christmas specials from the 70s, where the whole family would gather around to hear holiday songs, this year’s Holiday Music Spectacular will get you in the holiday spirit. The evening will feature Crystal Stark, Brian Levario, Greg Curtis and Mrs. G from the 94.9 MIX-FM Morning Mix, and the Tucson Arizona Boys Chorus. You’ll hear classic songs like “Jingle Bells” “Sleigh Ride” “Happy Holidays” and many more.

Teach your family about the true meaning of Christmas, and bring donations of diapers for the Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona.

Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker

The Nutcracker is a holiday tradition for many families, and this year you’ll have the chance the experience the Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker! The Moscow Ballet is on an American tour this December, and the company is a group of nearly 40 incredible dancers who will awe you with their leaps, spins, and incredible precision, accompanied by Tchaikovsky’s magical score. The show features amazing Victorian era costumes and stunning backdrops, as well as beloved Russian characters including Matryoshka Dolls, Father Christmas, the Snow Maiden, and Troika Sleigh. The performance includes the growing 50-foot Christmas Tree, the Dove of Peace with a 20-foot wingspan, and the flapping winged owl on the Grandfather clock. The UA Centennial Hall will be transformed into a magical land, so bring your whole family to experience the holidays like never before.

Lifestyle Hearing Solutions

The holiday season is all about connecting with your friends and loved ones, and at Lifestyle Hearing Solutions, we want to make sure you’re able to participate in all the holiday traditions. Visit us to find out more about our amazing hearing devices, and how hearing aids can help you follow conversations, hear in background noise, focus on what you want to hear, and enjoy all the sounds of the season, from these amazing holiday events to the sound of your grandkids squealing as they open their gifts.