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The theme for our new season is “Feel the Connection,” as every concert builds bridges in the community through the power of orchestral music. Listeners and musicians share thrilling experiences in the concert hall, and nothing can replace the bonds that link us after each concert.


Throughout the summer, the Symphony will promote season ticket sales and perform small outdoor concerts in Driggs, Idaho, on a free concert series presented by Downtown Driggs Community Association. The busy summertime will culminate in the free “Symphony in the Park” concert on Saturday, September 9th, at 5:30pm in Idaho Falls’ Freeman Park. Featured on the program will be Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream, accompanied by Paul Menser reading the words of Shakespeare, plus family friendly music for the whole community. Arrive early for Prelude performances by student musicians, and stay afterwards for delicious cupcakes -- our treat!
 

PROGRAM: 

Idaho Falls Symphony
Thomas Heuser, conductor
Paul Menser, actor
Saturday, September 9th, 5:30pm, Russ Freeman Park Band Shelter


In Autumn Edvard Grieg
Bacchanal from The Seasons: Autumn Alexander Glasunov
Selections from A Midsummer Night's Dream Felix Mendelssohn
Scherzo, Intermezzo, Nocturne, Wedding March, Dance of the Clowns
Stars and Stripes Forever John Philip Sousa



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STUDENT DANCERS: CLICK HERE FOR AUDITION INFORMATION

The Idaho Falls Symphony welcomes student dancers to audition for The Nutcracker Ballet with the Eugene Ballet Company. Students who are selected from the September 8th auditions will perform alongside the professional dancers of the Eugene Ballet in two performances with the Idaho Falls Symphony on Thursday, November 30th, 2017. Complete audition details and the mandatory rehearsal schedule are included in the attached document. We hope to see you at the auditions!

 

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The theme for our new season is “Feel the Connection,” as every concert builds bridges in the community through the power of orchestral music. Listeners and musicians share thrilling experiences in the concert hall, and nothing can replace the bonds that link us after each concert.


On Saturday, November 4th, guest conductor Blake Richardson leads an intimate “Symphony of Strings” at the Colonial Theater. With the full complement of our Idaho Falls Symphony strings taking advantage of the rich acoustics of this historic theater, Blake and the strings will perform lush and heartfelt music by Gerald Finzi, Antonio Vivaldi, the romantic Serenade by Antonin Dvorák, plus lively operatic music from Orfeo by Claudio Monteverdi — a composer celebrating his 450th anniversary year. 

 

PROGRAM: 

Idaho Falls Symphony
Blake Richardson, guest conductor
Saturday, November 4th, 7:30pm, Colonial Theater

Concerto alla Rustica, RV 151 Antonio Vivaldi
Orfeo: Sinfonie e ritornelli Claudio Monteverdi (arr. Malipiero)
Romance in E-flat, Op. 11 Gerald Finzi
Serenade for Strings Antonin Dvorák

 

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We are proud and honored to have been part of the Idaho Falls community since 1949. Our mission to perform the world’s great music continues thanks to our dedicated team of musicians, our generous sponsors, and the tireless volunteers that make up the Symphony family. 

In consideration of our patrons and artists, children must be age six to attend performances of the Idaho Falls Symphony.

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