We are proud to welcome the law firm of Aspey, Watkins & Diesel, P.L.L.C., Attorneys at Law as our 30th Anniversary Season Underwriter providing support throughout the season and keeping ticket prices unchanged. We are grateful for their support and encourage you to learn about their services in many aspects of law.
Verde Valley Medical Center and Northern Arizona Health Care are an important part of our community's well being. Since the inception of The Met: Live in HD in 2011 they have supported this important cultural program for all to enjoy. Please learn more about health, wellness, and how music and medicine complement one another.
KNAU is the premier source of balanced, accurate information, civilized discourse, and cultural inspiration in northern Arizona. We reflect the distinctive qualities of our region and operate in efficient and sustainable ways. KNAU is a public service of Northern Arizona University.
KNAU serves a huge coverage area: ranging from Kingman on the west to Ganado on the east; Grand Canyon Village and Page on the north to the fringes of the Phoenix metro area on the south. KNAU's coverage area also includes both the Navajo and Hopi Reservations.
KNAU has been a public service of Northern Arizona University for almost 30 years. Since signing on in 1983, KNAU has expanded to serve the greater northern Arizona region, providing two programming streams, Classical Music and NPR News and Talk. KNAU is constantly striving to better serve northern Arizona by improving radio signals to outlying areas. Since 1983, we have constructed 13 transmitters and, in 2008, started construction on a satellite interconnection system. Over the years, KNAU’s news department has won dozens of Edward R. Murrow awards for news writing, best newsroom, and best feature news stories.
One of 56 state and jurisdictional arts agencies, the Arizona Commission on the Arts supports a statewide arts network. The agency is governed by a 15-member Governor-appointed Commission and a professional staff grounded in the arts. Our staff includes practicing artists, skilled administrators and education specialists who serve in local and national arts leadership roles.
We receive and administer funds from the State of Arizona and the National Endowment for the Arts and direct this funding to programs that contribute to the growth and stabilization of the arts, impact student learning, nurture and develop artists’ craft and skills, preserve the rich traditions of Arizona communities, and encourage participation by citizens of all ages and abilities.
The National Endowment for the Arts was established by Congress in 1965 as an independent agency of the federal government. To date, the NEA has awarded more than $4 billion to support artistic excellence, creativity, and innovation for the benefit of individuals and communities. The NEA extends its work through partnerships with state arts agencies, local leaders, other federal agencies, and the philanthropic sector.
Whether you are considering a visit, have been here before, or are one of the lucky ones who lives in Sedona, one thing is for sure. The Red Rocks always leave an indelible impression on everyone that has seen them.
The experience in Sedona is cumulative. Not only do we have one of the most spectacular natural settings of any city in the world, we also have a dynamic and diverse population. Sedona has become the home of many world-class musicians, artists, spiritual leaders and educators as well as many retired executives and leaders of various types of industry.
Our economy is based primarily on tourism. Our City is surrounded and protected by the natural beauty of the Coconino National Forest, which provides outdoor activities such as mountain biking, hiking, fishing, camping and four wheel drive activities. All of this is set in the majestic backdrop of the Red Rocks. Sedona also offers a wide variety of lodging, dining, shopping and entertainment. Our art galleries offer world-class paintings, sculpture, photographs and other fine art.
Top header image by: Andrew Holman Photography