TW LIVE Concert Series

Immerse yourself in art and wonder as our historic spaces come alive with performances by some of the best musicians The Valley has to offer. TW LIVE will leave you with a deeper appreciation for the beautiful harmony that comes when music and architecture unite as one.

Each 90-minute performance will showcase music that focuses on experimentation, adaptation, and collaboration. The performances bring in both well-known and up-and-coming artists to be inspired by the space and bring Taliesin West alive with music.


  • Includes access to program area only.

  • Programs will be held indoors.

  • Seating is general admission.

  • This is not a formal tour of Taliesin West. Please consider purchasing a Tour if you would like to see more of the property.

  • If you have any questions about Cultural Programs at Taliesin West, please refer to our FAQ.

Dates vary see lineup.

Adults $40
Students (13-25 with student ID) $28
Members $36

Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Members receive discounts on Cultural Programs, have access to special Member-Only programs, and more. Learn about Membership here.


Benjamin Cortez
January 27, 2024
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Garden Room

Join us as Benjamin Cortez brings his unique talents to Taliesin West’s Garden Room.

Benjamin Cortez is a multi-instrumental singer-songwriter who seamlessly blends vintage charm with modern flair. Having mastered an array of instruments—guitar, piano, bass, drums, and more—his music embodies a fusion of timeless melodies with contemporary storytelling, creating a unique sonic landscape that resonates across eras.

The heart and soul of Benjamin’s craft lie in his songwriting. He draws inspiration from personal experiences, master musical storytellers (such as the Beatles, Stevie Wonder, and Madison Cunningham), and the world around him, translating emotions into beautifully crafted lyrics and melodies. His songs speak to listeners of all different walks of life, weaving together poignant narratives and catchy tunes.


Richard Brennan
February 17, 2024
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Garden Room

A native of Rio Rico, Arizona, Richard Brennan blends the rich sounds of classical jazz music with his own soulful influence to create an entirely original sound. Composing original music that revels in energy and movement is what make’s Brennan’s work a must-see-live experience and there’s no better place to watch the magic unfold then in Taliesin West’s visually inspiring Garden Room.


March 9, 2024
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Garden Room

One of Arizona’s most beloved and sought-after Pianists, Nicole Pesce delights audiences across the country regularly with her virtuosity. Come experience the magic of her band We3 in one of the most intimate venues in the Valley, Taliesin West’s Garden Room, as she plays the keys once commanded by members of the Wright family and Frank Lloyd Wright himself.



Blaise Lantana performing a jazz standard

Blaise Lantana
April 20, 2024
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Music Pavilion


Blaise Lantana works on both sides of the music business. Not solely a DJ for KJZZ-FM 91.5, she’s a jazz musician as well, singing at joints such as the Rhythm Room and My Florist Cafe. To hear rarities such as Carmen McRae’s’ “Ruby My Dear ” or Roy Hargrove’s “The Joint” along with standards from Duke Ellington’s orchestra or Thelonious Monk’s trio is not uncommon in Blaise’s wee-hour rotations. Dispensing tidbits of history in between songs and that untouchable air of cool she holds while interviewing jazz greats from New York or scattered Valley cats makes her perhaps local radio’s ultimate unpretentious diva. – From Phoenix New Times



Private Events at Taliesin West

Hosting your event at this architectural icon will be a special and memorable experience for your guests. For those who value one-of-a-kind experiences in iconic environments, Taliesin West is both a National Historic Landmark and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Taliesin West may not be used for birthday parties, reunions, wedding receptions, external customer marketing events or events that are political or religious in nature.