Utah Symphony Thinks Outside the Concert Hall

The Utah Symphony performing in Teasdale as part of its 'Mighty 5' tour. Photo credit: Marc Estabrook, WSJ

The Utah Symphony performing in Teasdale as part of its ‘Mighty 5’ tour. Photo credit: Marc Estabrook, WSJ

What’s better than a night at the symphony? How about a night at the symphony and a national park?

David Mermelstein for The Wall Street Journal recently reported on The Utah Symphony’s plan to combine their lovely music with the beauty of nature for what’s sure to be a memorable concert series.

Not only will this give audiences a unique concert experience, but the symphony’s maestro, Thierry Fischer, hopes it will generate buzz and get more people coming to future (indoor) concerts as well.

While not everyone has the chance to perform in such amazing locales, it does offer some inspiration to live entertainment productions looking to think outside the box — or rather, the theater.

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