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Students who want to see Utah Symphony|Opera performances get special deal

Published September 12, 2013 4:41 pm
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In a relatively new program, students of any age who want to see Utah Symphony | Utah Opera (USUO) performances can now purchase an All-Access Student Pass for $49 and attend as many Utah Symphony and Utah Opera performances as they'd like during a season.

All Access tickets are available the night of the performance beginning at 6 p.m. and are subject to availability. Students are seated in the best available seat at the time of redemption. "It is extremely important to me that live performances of the symphony and opera are fully accessible to today's youth, so that we can ignite the passion for music that has inspired me throughout my life," said Musical Director Thierry Fischer in a press release. "The purpose of creating this program for students is to give younger audiences the opportunity to experience a wide variety of music throughout the season," said Vice President of Marketing and Public Relations Jon Miles.

This will be the third season when the All Access Passes have been available. Information about the program is available at http://www.utahsymphony.org/tickets/student-tickets.

A limited number of All-Access Passes are available for the season, so buy early by visiting Patron Services in Abravanel Hall or calling 801-533-6683. A valid student ID is needed to participate in the All-Access Pass program.

 

 


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