Welcome to the 45th Season of the Salt Lake Symphony!
Welcome to the 45th Season of the Salt Lake Symphony. The coronavirus pandemic has certainly provided challenges, but rest assured that we are committed to bringing you the greatest music, as we have since 1976. The venues might look a bit different. You may be seeing us online in a livestreamed performance; at a park for a socially distanced picnic event; or maybe even outdoors in some of Utah’s great natural places. Due to the uncertainty of the times, instead of listing an entire season that is likely to change, we will be announcing each upcoming event on this webpage 4-6 weeks prior to the event.
Our musicians are some of the most dedicated musicians in the state, and we are carefully following safety protocols and reading the current research to inform our decisions. Having you engaged as an audience is part of that plan. Stay tuned for some exciting things ahead!
Live music is too important to our society and emotional health to be gone for long. I’ll see you soon!
Musically together again,
To see what musicians of the SLS have been creating lately, visit our YouTube channel.
Thursday July 8, 2021 7:00 pm
Midvalley Arts Center
Geoff Stevens, trumpet, Charlotte Bell, English horn
Joseph Bologne (Chevalier de Saint-Georges) Symphony #2
Scott Joplin Five Scenes from Treemonisha
Copland Quiet City
Mozart Symphony #23
The Salt Lake Symphony returns to an indoor concert venue with a program of varied music, ranging from the classical period to the 20th Century, that is sure to appeal to both symphony lovers and newcomers alike. Our program, Creative Connections, will explore music that is evocative of time, place and era – all in a comfortable format that introduces audiences to the composers, sounds, and possibilities of orchestral music. Designed as a program to entertain and educate the entire family, don’t miss this evening of classics!
Marriner S Eccles
Salt Lake Symphony thanks the voters of Salt Lake County for their support of the Zoo, Arts & Parks program, the Utah Arts Council, and Xmission, L.L.C. for its donation of Internet services.
See other ZAP-sponsored events at Now Playing Utah.