Thank you for a successful symphony season
The Magic Valley Symphony wishes to thank the community for another successful season!
In particular, thanks to dancers Shrijanna Upreti and Luiza Salvarova, singer Chanceline Mubibya, all the volunteers who drove refugees to and from our April concert, Chobani for donated yogurt tubes, Middlekauff Auto Mall for a courtesy vehicle, the Times-News, the Twin Falls School District, and our loyal and faithful audience.
We also are grateful for our conductor, Mr. Ted Hadley, the Symphony Board, our volunteer musicians, the Symphony League, and our Maestro’s Circle donors and committee.
The Magic Valley Symphony’s success arises from community participation, including behind the scenes support, in-kind donations, and generous financial backers.
The mission of the Magic Valley Symphony is to promote the live performance of beautiful music to enrich the lives of adults and expand the horizons of children. Our musicians are all unpaid volunteers who grow and expand their talents through rehearsing and performing to exacting standards. We create educational opportunities for student and adult musicians through workshops and scholarships. We make great music accessible and affordable to all people in the Magic Valley area. We endeavor to maximize and efficiently utilize the financial resources generously given to us to fulfill our mission.
Director of Development
Magic Valley Symphony