Director’s Message

Photo of Robert Baldwin Welcome to the 2014-2015 Season of the Salt Lake Symphony. I am excited to begin my tenth season as music director of this fine ensemble. I am also humbled that there are many more musicians who have dedicated many more years to this SLS than I, helping to make it a paragon of community commitment and musical excellence. Our program committee has helped shape an incredible season of professional-level repertoire and thrilling performances. We look forward to continue our legacy of presenting interesting programs and soloists. Major works by Shostakovich, Dvorak, Mendelssohn and Haydn will be contrasted with new and rarely heard works by John Williams, John Costa, and Ralph Vaughan Williams. Our commitment to education and the entire community remains strong, with family-themed concerts, educational outreach and support of music being created right here in Utah. Check out the concert listing and mark your calendars. We have become known for our innovative, quality performances, and this year is no different. Our achievements and unique accomplishments over the past ten years are only the beginning! See you in the concert hall!

Robert Baldwin

Next Performance

Vienna Ball
Saturday February 14, 2015 8:00 pm until midnight
University of Utah Olpin Union Ballroom

It's time for the Vienna Ball, the Salt Lake Symphony's 22nd annual gala fund raiser.

Click the Vienna Ball link for further details.


SummerArts Piano Concert Tickets:
Adults $10, Students/Seniors/U Faculty & Staff $6, UofU Students Arts Pass: free
Available at Kingsbury or 801-581-7100
For more information, contact the University of Utah School of Music 801-581-6762 or go online to: www.music.utah.edu

 

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