San Juan Symphony – Four Corners Orchestra

San Juan Symphony

San Juan Symphony – Info and Show Schedule

In the early 1970’s, amateur musicians in Farmington, New Mexico and Durango, Colorado founded two separate orchestras. Today, the combined groups form the core of a 65-member orchestra that draws musicians from the entire Four Corners region, and is governed by a Board of Directors whose members are drawn from Farmington and Durango. The San Juan Symphony performs at Henderson Fine Arts Center Performance Hall at San Juan College in Farmington, NM, the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO,the Bayfield Performing Arts Center in Bayfield, CO the Montezuma-Cortez High School in Cortez, CO and the Palm Theater in Telluride, CO.

The San Juan Symphony is a member of the American Symphony Orchestra League. Itt appointed music director, Thomas Heuser in the spring of 2016 after a two-year search. Dr. Heuser also serves as music director of the Idaho Falls Symphony.

 

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Donate To The San Juan Symphony

We invite you to join the San Juan Symphony at your level of choice and enter the circle of friends who share a commitment to support the mission of the SJS. If you already are a donor, we thank you for your generosity, and respectfully we ask, will you consider raising your level of commitment this season? Donors will be listed in the concert program guide this concert season.

 

Donate To The San Juan Symphony

 

Upcoming Events:

Currently, all Four Corner States (Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona) have mandated shelter in place policies. This, in combination with rules limiting the number of people in public and private gatherings, makes it impossible for venues to host shows. Once the restrictions are lifted and bands start performing again, we’ll be listing all upcoming events here.

 

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