See below for upcoming Symphony events
Bohemia in the Desert
Friday, January 31
Sponsored by State Bank of Southern Utah
Featuring Dvorak’s 9th “New World” Symphony, Smetana’s Moldau, and the Gold Medalist from the Southwest Symphony’s annual Concerto Competition. The Moldau is a symphonic poem by Bohemian composer Bedřich Smetana that evokes the flow of the Vltava River from its source in the mountains of the Bohemian Forest, through the Czech countryside to the city of Prague.
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Danzon: A Journey to Latin America
Friday, February 28
Join us as we journey to Latin America with world-renowned Trumpet artist Pacho Flores joining us from Mexico, and the symphony will perform the electrifying Danzón No. 2 by Marquez. To cap off the night we have Moncayo’s famous Huapango.
Rob Gardner's Lamb of God
Friday and Saturday, April 10 and 11
Lamb of God is a musical portrayal of the final days of the life of Jesus Christ, from the raising of Lazarus, to the devastating arrest and crucifixion of Jesus, and finally to His glorious resurrection. Composed and written by Rob Gardner, the story is told through the ever-relatable perspective of those who loved and walked with Him: Peter, John, Thomas, Mary and Martha of Bethany, Mary Magdalene and His Mother Mary.
Michael Cavanaugh: The Music of Billy Joel
Friday and Saturday, May 8 and 9
Sponsored by Cache Valley Bank
Michael Cavanaugh is the new voice of the American Rock & Roll Songbook and a charismatic performer and musician made famous for his piano/lead vocals in the Broadway musical Movin’ Out. Handpicked by Billy Joel to star in Movin’ Out, Cavanaugh evokes a style rivaling the Piano Man. Promised to be a spectacular season closer, Michael Cavanaugh and the Southwest Symphony will present The Music of Billy Joel.
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“Bravo, Bravo! I must write and let everyone who missed the Southwest Symphony program on Oct. 27 at the Cox Center [know it was] an evening long to be remembered. Words can’t even explain how wonderful it was. Even magnificent doesn’t even come close. I have attended symphonies and theaters in Europe, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco and many other states and have never seen or heard a finer program with dance, vocals and orchestra. It always amazes me the talent this small town has and how wonderful they all present it.” - Harold Tanner, The Spectrum
“An amazing concert! I thought I was at the Smith Center in Las Vegas!”- Kris Barber
"The concert was SO WONDERFUL! Super entertaining and done so well. Wow for St. George! The entire night was amazing and perfect- right down to the ambiance. Flawless Performance.”- Francis Smith
"That was the best show I have ever seen. I am a huge fan now. I have seen many concerts but that was the best one I have ever seen. I really want to go to another one. I will tell everybody to go to your concerts. I loved all of it. thank you for making my night great." - Bentley Holt
Thank you so much for such a fantastic performance tonight and for allowing my daughter to perform with ZYSO beforehand! I am still in awe at how incredible everything was and I wish I had bought tickets for both nights. Thanks, again, for sharing your awesome talents with us! - Heather Kearl
A quick message to thank the performers for last night’s concert of Handel’s Messiah. It was done with such reverence to the sacred message. The orchestra, chorus and soloists were superb. I’ve attended multiple local performances of the Messiah. This was the best. - Michael Larsen