Deseret News: Want to see the Utah Symphony in their business casual? Join them for rehearsal
She’s got the coffee measured out precisely in two ziplock bags — one for regular and one for decaf. She knows how many cups of water to put in the pot, how much orange juice to buy and how many cookies, breads and cakes to order. She’s got the napkins and paper plates ready to go.
Anderson, who has been the chair of the Utah Symphony Guild for 10 years, arrives at Abravanel Hall Friday mornings at 8 to set up. By 9, most of the guests have arrived and Anderson will be busy for the next 45 minutes. Things typically run like clockwork, although occasionally she hits a snag.