By Ariel Maikowski
One of the area’s most highly respected community orchestras, The Taylorsville-Salt Lake Community College Symphony Orchestra, celebrates their 10th anniversary by opening this season with their “Classic” Halloween concert on Oct. 28, at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be at Eisenhower Junior High, located at 4351 S. Redwood Road, with a suggested $5 donation.
“We are excited about the first concert in our 10th season!” says Orchestra President Mariah Stringer. “Our focus this season is the ‘classics'. We have enjoyed diving into some of the more standard repertoire that really stretches our abilities and musicality.”
The high quality orchestra is under the direction of Adam Larson, who is both the music director and conductor for the symphony.
“Come see the Taylorsville-SLCC Symphony Orchestra break new ground while keeping a 10 year tradition of providing high quality classical music concerts to the Taylorsville community,” says Adam Larson in his Director’s Message. “The orchestra is filled with your friends, family, and neighbors and is the most accessible and exciting way to see the classics come alive!”
The Orchestra was founded in 2003 under the direction of Richard Brunson, and was later joined by SLCC to create what is now The Taylorsville-SLCC Symphony Orchestra.