The Utah Symphony Heads Outdoors for Summer

Having just rounded out a successful performance season in Abravanel Hall
– with ticket sales reaching higher than they have in over a decade – the
Utah Symphony is bringing their music to audiences at outdoor venues
across the Wasatch front.

Each summer, the orchestra presents these patriotic-themed classical and
pops concerts that have become locally-anticipated community traditions
and family outings over the years. Utah communities will be able to enjoy
the performances again this year, June 25 through July 7 at amphitheaters
such as the Eccles Stage at Sundance Resort, Thanksgiving Point’s Waterfall
Amphitheater and the Deer Valley® Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater in
Park City, as well as community gatherings such as the Taylorsville Dayzz
festival and the Music in the Mountains Concert Series in Wolf Creek, Utah.

Utah Symphony Associate Conductor Vladimir Kulenovic will lead the
orchestra in these programs that will feature a variety of favorite American
tunes such as “The Star Spangled Banner,” a lineup of Armed Forces
Salutes, Aaron Copland’s “Fanfare for the Common Man,” Leonard
Bernstein’s Overture to “Candide,” and various excerpts from popular John
Williams movie scores.

“Utahns have stepped up and shown so much support and excitement for
our organization this past year,” said Hilarie Ashton, Public Relations
Manager for Utah Symphony | Utah Opera. “We are looking forward to
reaching back out to those audiences, and hopefully creating new ones, in
these wonderful venues where some might not expect to see a professional
symphony or opera concert.”

Tickets vary in cost for each performance, and most will be sold directly
through each individual venue. Ticket information, dates and times for each
can be found at

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