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Catch NOLAZ — The Music of New Orleans at Musical Instrument Museum, May 21.

Whether you are a fan of country music, jazz, roots, rock or classical; whether you enjoy ballet or Buddy, theater or film, we’ve put together just a few of the events going on around town in the next week. And there is sure to be something for you. |CST

May 14
Corridor Sixteen
Desert Ridge Marketplace — District Stage
shopdesertridge.com/event

May 14
Music in May: Mogollon
Anthem Community Park Amphitheater
onlineatanthem.com/music-in-may

May 14
MusicaNova Orchestra
(In-Person or LiveStream)
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
scottsdaleperformingarts.org; 480.499.8587

May 15
I Am AZ Music: Giovanni Kiyingi
Musical Instrument Museum
mim.org; 480.478.6000

May 15
Come Back Buddy
Desert Ridge Marketplace — District Stage
shopdesertridge.com/event

May 16
The Glenn Davis Quintet
The Nash, Under the Stars
thenash.org; 602.795.0464

 May 16
Classical Lounge Series: No Boundaries
(In-person or Livestream)
Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts
scottsdaleperformingarts.org; 480.499.8587

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Ballet Arizona presents The Four Seasons at Desert Botanical Gardens, May 18 – June 5

May 18 – June 5
The Four Seasons
Ballet Arizona at Desert Botanical Gardens
balletaz.org; 602.381.1096

May 20
The Original Charles Lewis Quintet Plus One
The Nash, Under the Stars
thenash.org; 602.795.0464

May 20–21
War of the Worlds
(Multimedia-streamed performance)
Scottsdale Community College School of Film+Theatre
scottsdalecc.edu/news

May 21
I Am AZ Music: NOLAZ — The Music of New Orleans
Musical Instrument Museum
mim.org; 480.478.6000

May 21 – June 13
Godspell
Arizona Broadway Theatre
azbroadway.org; 623.776.8400

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