Family Concerts

Family Concert Series 2017-18

These Saturday morning concerts are perfect for young children ages 5-12. Tickets start at just $8 each. 


Here Comes Santa Claus!
December 16 | 11 AM
Conner Gray Covington, conductor

Nothing sets the holiday scene like hearing your wintry favorites performed live by the Utah Symphony.
Kids from one to ninety-two will enjoy the musical gifts on stage, with a joyful sing-along closing out the concert.
There may even be a special appearance by the jolly man, himself.


Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham
March 17 | 11 AM
Conner Gray Covington, conductor

 “Do you like Green Eggs and Ham?”
Spend your Saturday with Sam-I-Am in this orchestral celebration of Dr. Seuss classic culinary curiosity.
The Utah Symphony, partnering with the vaudeville-inspired troupe Really Inventive Stuff, presents
Rob Kapilow's delightful composition a musical feast for the whole family.


Enchantment Theatre Comany Presents Scheherazade
April 14 | 11 AM
Conner Gray Covington, conductor

Join Scheherazade, our storyteller heroine, and sail on Sinbad’s ship to exotic lands;
battle a giant dragon with the Kalandar Prince; discover Aladdin’s lamp and the surprises hidden inside.
Enjoy stunning costumes, spellbinding magic and spectacular puppets all set to the evocative music of
Rimsky-Korsakov performed by the Utah Symphony.


Special Concerts 2017-18

Introduce your family to great orchestral music! These Tuesday evening concerts begin at 7:00 PM and are approximately 2 hours in length.
Recommended for youth 10 and older.

September 26 | 7 PM Salute to Youth
Conner Gray Covington, Conductor
You and your children will be amazed with the talent and devotion to music of young soloists playing with the Utah Symphony. 

May 23 | 7 PM All-Star Evening
Conner Gray Covington, Conductor
Jarom Martineau (piano) will perform Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 1 in F-sharp minor, Op.1 with the orchestra. On the second half it's double the orchestra, double the fun! Exceptional high school instrumentalists perform side-by-side with their Utah Symphony mentors.


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