University of Idaho Night at the Sun Valley Symphony

University of Idaho Night at the Sun Valley Symphony

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Sun Valley Pavilion

300 Dollar Road

Sun Valley, ID 83353

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Join Vandals and friends for a special evening with the Sun Valley Symphony!

About this event

Join Assistant Vice President of Alumni Relations Amy Lientz, Vandals and friends for a pre-function event at 5:30 p.m. at the Symphony Lawn Bar near the bus roundabout/Wildflower Condos. After that, look for the Vandals’ designated spot on the lawn not far from the Lawn Bar (left of stage), and settle in for an evening with the Symphony. Enjoy Vandal Red wine from Colter’s Creek Winery and an assortment of appetizers during the show. The event is FREE. Bring your own chairs, other beverages and food of your choice, and wear your Silver and Gold.

Date: Saturday, Aug. 13, 2022

Time: 5:30 p.m. for the pre-function, 6:30 p.m. for the symphony

Location: Sun Valley Pavilion

300 Dollar Rd

Sun Valley, Idaho

About the Performers

Sun Valley favorites Time for Three return to the Pavilion stage for the first time since August 2017. They’ll perform a new work titled “Contact,” which was co-commissioned by the Sun Valley Music Festival and written by the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts. Puts wrote “Hymn to the Sun” for the Sun Valley Pavilion’s opening concert. The program begins with “Three Latin American Dances for Orchestra,” by Gabriela Lena Frank. Frank is a Grammy-nominated composer and pianist, who was named one of the top 35 female composers in classical music by The Washington Post.

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