• May 28, 2022

Tags : El Paso Symphony Orchestra

It’s Double Trouble, Ode to Joy and When in Rome

The El Paso Symphony Orchestra is excited to usher in the new year with its annual collaboration with El Paso Pro-Musica on January 21 & 22, 2022, 7:30pm Plaza Theatre. Appropriately titled “Double Trouble,” the EPSO will be joined by a pair of phenomenal artists, El Paso’s own Grammy award-winning cellist Zuill Bailey and violinist Helen Kim, performing Brahms Double Concerto for […]Read More

Home For the Holidays with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra

Holiday music fans of all ages can experience the magic of the holiday season with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra’s Home for the Holidays concerts this weekend. Led by Maestro Bohuslav Rattay, and joined by the UTEP Choral Union, the program On December 3 and 4, at 7:30pm at the Plaza Theatre will include audience participation with several […]Read More

evolve FCU, El Paso Symphony Orchestra partner to bring musical

Thursday morning, officials with evolve Federal Credit Union announced a partnership with El Paso Symphony Orchestra to host musical performances for local children’s organizations, including Child Crisis Center and Center Against Sexual and Family Violence. The El Paso Symphony Orchestra will be performing a notable piece by the name Marvin and the Marvelous Map. “This […]Read More

El Paso Symphony Orchestra to open historic 90th Anniversary Season

On Friday, El Paso Symphony Orchestra (EPSO) officials rolled out their plans as they celebrate a momentous occasion: their  90th anniversary. The longest continuously running symphony in the Lone Star State, which has been part of downtown El Paso’s art scene since 1930, is not able to perform this fall in the Plaza Theatre. But […]Read More

EPSYO/EPSO present “MUSE” Summer Music Program

The El Paso Symphony Youth Orchestra and El Paso Symphony Orchestra announced Monday the launch of “MUSE,” a week-long virtual summer music program taught by the principal players and musicians of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra family. The program will include EPSO Concertmaster Shannon Fitzhenry; Amalia Zeitlin, Principal 2nd Violin;  Ian Narlock, EPSO Principal Bass; Cara Luffey, EPSO […]Read More

Isabel Marie Sánchez joins El Paso Symphony Orchestra to celebrate

Vocalist Isabel Marie Sánchez will join the El Paso Symphony Orchestra, led by conductor Bohuslav Rattay, for an unforgettable and emotional tribute to “The Queen of Tejano Music.” Sánchez and the orchestra will be performing iconic hits like “Dreaming of You,” “Como la Flor,” “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” and more during the March 7th performance. […]Read More

Bohuslav Rattay, Zuill Bailey team up for 15th Annual Collaboration

The El Paso Symphony Orchestra (EPSO) led by conductor Bohuslav Rattay will ring in the New Year with Grammy award-winning cellist Zuill Bailey. Bailey, sponsored by Mrs. Robert M. Graham, Sr., and EPSO will take the Plaza Theatre stage on January 17 and 18, 2020, 7:30pm. These concerts celebrate the 15th annual collaboration between the El Paso Symphony Orchestra and El Paso Pro-Musica, whose joint […]Read More

12k 5th graders set to attend 80th Annual Young Peoples

For 80 years the El Paso Symphony Orchestra has been presenting the Young People’s Concerts free of charge to area 5th graders. The Young People’s Concerts started in 1941 at Liberty Hall under the direction of the El Paso Symphony Orchestra’s conductor H. Arthur Brown. Since then, approximately 625,000 students have been exposed to their first classical […]Read More

El Paso Pro-Musica Chamber Music Festival returns for 2020

El Paso Pro-Musica’s Chamber Music Festival 2020 is set to begin January 9 through February 1. During the month-long festival, the music selections will swing from Jazz Piano to Zuill Bailey performing in the Annual Collaboration Concert with the El Paso Symphony Orchestra; a Beethoven Birthday Bash to Latin American Sounds from the Catalyst String […]Read More