Theater performance of naturalist John Muir’s story

ProMusica Arizona Chorale and Orchestra will present the Arizona Premiere of the story of naturalist John Muir, one of the early founders of the National Park System. The production is titled “Mountain Days,” and tells Muir’s story through song and theater. We’ll hear more about the production from musical composer Craig Bohmler and artistic director Patti Graetz.

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Craig Bohmler, musical composer; Patti Graetz, artistic director.

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