Front Row Reviewers – Exploring Our Nation’s Beauty with America’s Wonders in 3D With the Utah Symphony at Abravanel Hall

by Amy Baird

With America’s Wonders in 3D, you can imagine experiencing some of our country’s most spellbinding beauty and vibrant cities in 3D accompanied by the unparalleled Utah Symphony. This concert was a once-in-a-lifetime cross-country journey showcasing some of the most spectacular views that our nation has to offer. Conner Gray Covington conducted the Utah Symphony and the performance was enhanced by the performance of tenor Adam Fisher. The performance showcased the versatility of the orchestra with pieces ranging from sweeping lyrical pieces like “Shenandoah” to a rousing “Viva Las Vegas”. This special performance was performed on November 19, 2019 in celebration of the 100-year anniversary of Zion National Park’s designation as a National Park in 1919.

This unique experience was made possible thanks to Princeton Entertainment and MacGillivray Freeman Freeman Films, which provided the films and accompanying scores. The compilation of 3D video covered 28 national parks and 11 major U.S. cities including New York City, New Orleans, and San Francisco. The first act focused on the beauty of national parks and the second act focused on the cityscapes and cultures of vibrant cities across our nation.  A literal feast for the eyes and the ears, the experience was unlike anything I have ever experienced before.

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