Spring Concert "Celebrating
Blue Eyes"

Saturday, March 8th - 7:00 pm
Beuna Performing Arts Center
Conductor - Roger Bayes
Performed by Jack Harman
Pictures at an Exhibit
Modest Mussorgsky
In collaboration with the
Huachuca Arts Association

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Meet the President

Zanetta Boughan was born in England and was raised in Fairfax, Virginia. She began studying piano when she was eight years old from her mother, who was a graduate of the Royal College of Music in London. Zanetta started studying violin when she was 11 years old, in the sixth grade orchestra class. She made her singing/piano/violin debut at the age of 12,

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Meet Keitaro Harada

Keitaro Harada is increasingly recognized as a conducting luminary of the next generation. A student of Lorin Maazel at Castelton Festival and Fabio Luisi at Pacific Music Festival, recipient of the Seiji Ozawa Conducting Fellowship at Tanglewood Music Festival and the Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview, 28-year-old Harada’s achievements are those of a seasoned conductor. Read the Sierra Vista Herald TEMPO article

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The Sierra Vista Symphony Orchestra Association 520.458.5189

We invite you to become a member! (Download Form Here!)

Board of Directors

Behind the scenes are a group of hard working individuals and committees. Our board of directors work hard to make sure that the Symphony is always able to deliver world class performances that our community has come to expect! To reach our board, please send an e mail to info@sierravistasymphony.org with your questions or comments.

Ticketing

For tickets, please call the symphony office at 520.458.5189.Tickets can also be purchased at these fine local outlets:- - Dillards
Safeway
Oscar Yrun Center
-Buena Performing Arts Center Box Office
-Sierra Vista Chamber of Commerce

Student Education

In addition to the three symphony concerts scheduled for the coming season,the Sierra Vista Symphony presents two performances for Cochise Couny fifth grade students. It doesn't take long for students to respond to what they have heard and experienced. "It was the best day ever," and "I wish it (the concert) would never end." Read more ...