Welcome to the Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra
Welcome to the 69th season of Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra! Conductor Charles Latshaw has curated a wonderfully diverse and exciting lineup for the coming year, including a tribute to Leonard Bernstein in commemoration of his 100th birthday, a Broadway Pops International show with favorite tunes from popular Broadway productions, and Brahms’s moving Symphony No. 3. He’ll also introduce us to some new music, along with well-known works by Vivaldi, Vaughan Williams and Elgar. And as always, we’ll kick off the holiday season with the beloved ballet by Tchaikovsky, The Nutcracker.
Founded in 1950, the FSO is a regional orchestra of some 65 professional musicians who perform new works as well as the best-loved classical repertoire. Now in its 69th season, it is the largest and most active nonprofit performing arts organization in northern Arizona.
The annual Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra Gala, our primary fundraising event of the year, will be held on Saturday, April 6th, 2019 at the High Country Conference Center. This year, the Gala celebrates the milestone of our 69th season with the theme Poodle Skirts & Pompadours. Once again it will be [...]
From all parts of northern Arizona, yellow school buses will converge on the Northern Arizona University campus on Tuesday, March 5, conveying hundreds of third-, fourth- and fifth-grade students and their teachers. The happy, excited cacophony of more than 3000 children will reverberate in Ardrey Memorial Auditorium as they await [...]
Lovers of choral music are in for a special treat when the Master Chorale of Flagstaff and the Shrine of the Ages Choir from Northern Arizona University join with Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra on Friday, March 15. FSO’s Masterworks V concert offers a rare opportunity in Flagstaff--the grand experience of hearing [...]