New World: The Sierra Vista Symphony’s Spring Concert
There's always something fun and exciting to do in Sierra Vista, if you know where to look. Don't miss the Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra as they roll out Season 28 with their Spring Concert.
"New World" is the title of this month's offering, featuring music from composers Perttu, Sibelius and Dvorak. To Spring by Perttu, Violin Concerto by Sibelius, and don't miss special guest artist Steven Moeckel on violin. Plus, Symphony No. 9 by Dvorak.
Mission and Support for the Sierra Vista Symphony
Did you know? From the Symphony's website, "The Sierra Vista Symphony Association is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting a high-quality symphonic orchestra in order to bring live music to Sierra Vista and surrounding communities and to serve as a focal point for musical education and artistic excellence in the area."
And it's easy to become a supporter of the Sierra Vista Symphony. Find out more information on their website.
Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert
The spring concert will be held on Saturday April 1st, from 7pm to 9pm at the Klein Klein Center for the Performing Arts, at Buena High School located at 5225 E Buena School Boulevard in Sierra Vista.
Get Your Tickets
The Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra is proud to present its 28th season and Tora Tagawa, Conductor, for the Spring concert “New World”. Performance begins at 7 pm, doors open 6:30 pm. Don't miss the pre-concert seminar which begins at 6 pm.
General admission is only $25. Reserved seating is $30, and a family with children is $30. Students with ID $10, plus children under 14 are free with a paying adult.
Tickets are available at Safeway, Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce, Dillard's, and online at www.eventbrite.com, Tickets will also be available at the door.
For more information, please call (520) 458-5189 or visit www.sierrvistaazsymphony.org.