• May 15, 2021

Tags : EPSO

EPSYO one of 12 youth orchestra participating in virtual performance

El Paso Symphony Youth Orchestra (EPSYO) announced Friday that two advanced orchestras will be collaborating with youth orchestras from across the country in a virtual recording project set for May. The performance of  Soon Hee Newbold’s “American Landscape” will be hosted by the Santa Fe Youth Symphony Association (SYFSA).  The virtual premiere is scheduled on […]Read More

EPSO presents Night at The Met: Opera’s Finest

Led by conductor Bohuslav Rattay, the El Paso Symphony Orchestra (EPSO) joins the UTEP Choral Union, soprano Heather Dials, mezzo-soprano Cherry Duke and tenor Paul Groves to perform some of opera’s greatest arias in A Night at The Met: Opera’s Finest. Scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on February 21-22 in the Plaza Theatre, audiences will be treated to a night of operatic highlights from […]Read More

Grammy Award-winning Zuill Bailey rings in New Year with EPSO

The El Paso Symphony Orchestra (EPSO) led by conductor Bohuslav Rattay will ring in the New Year with Grammy award-winning cellist Zuill Bailey in concerts fittingly titled A Grammy Performance.  Bailey, sponsored by Mrs. Robert M. Graham, Sr., and EPSO will take the Plaza Theatre stage on January 17 and 18, 2020, 7:30pm. The concerts first half feature two of the pinnacles of the romantic classical […]Read More

EPSO celebrates 89th Anniversary, Season opener to feature the Music

As the oldest performing arts organization in El Paso and the longest continuously running symphony orchestra in Texas, the El Paso Symphony Orchestra (EPSO) has spearheaded cultural activities in El Paso, and will celebrate their milestone this August. EPSO will open the season dancing to ABBA’s greatest hits at its 89th Anniversary Gala on Friday, […]Read More