ABC4 – Utah Symphony touring state’s outdoor wonders, including Bryce Canyon
UTAH (ABC4) – The natural wonder and beauty of the outdoors in Utah can be so vast and enchanting, it might seem like only one thing could improve the scene: a classic music score playing in the background.
Beginning this week, the landscape will be complete and filled with the sounds of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, and even John Williams’ iconic Star Wars theme as the Utah Symphony hits the road for the Forever Mighty Tour this week.
Beginning on Tuesday night, the symphony will make stops around the state, performing outdoor concerts using some of the Beehive State’s most picturesque stops as its stage. The tour will kick off in Northern Utah near the Wellsville Mountains in Cache Valley, and proceed to head south with daily stops following in Helper, Bryce Canyon, Kanab, and Hurricane.