The West Valley Symphony with Music Director Donny Gilbert will perform an "England, France, and Russia" concert at the Granger High School auditorium on Saturday March 17 at 7:30 pm.
The symphony will perform Symphony #2 in B minor by Alexander Borodin, "Sacred and Profane Dances" by Claude Debussy (featuring harp soloist Linsey Lesser) and "The Lark Ascending" by the under-appreciated Ralph Vaughan Williams (featuring violin soloist Kelly Richardson).
The West Valley Symphony, founded in 1990, is an all-volunteer orchestra of nearly 80 musicians. The orchestra has performed from Logan to Provo, including performances in Abravanel Hall, the Salt Lake Tabernacle and the Taylorsville Dayzz celebrations.
Admission is free, though tickets are needed. Tickets available at the door, or by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to: WVS Tickets, PO Box 271384, Salt Lake City, UT 84127. Please specify the number of tickets with your request.
For additional information, go to www.westvalleysymphonyutah.org.
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