An ensemble of local professional musicians, Sinfonia Salt Lake provides a refreshing new face to the local arts scene. Committed to offering engaging music rarely heard at traditional symphony concerts, we offer an eclectic repertoire of music from the Baroque era through the present day shared in intimate concert venues.

Sinfonia Salt Lake already holds an invitation to perform as Ensemble-in-Residence at the 2017 Utah Arts Festival and plans to present 4-5 concerts per season at various historic locales. A crucial part of our mission is to provide outreach to underserved populations of the Salt Lake Valley and partner with local charitable organizations for each performance.

In that spirit, Sinfonia Salt Lake is happy to partner with the Utah Food Bank for its first performance on Monday, January 25, at the newly renovated First United Methodist Church in downtown Salt Lake City, 7:30 p.m.

Receive a $5.00 discount with your donation of one or more non-perishable food items!

This inaugural concert features the talents of Christina Castellanos as solo flute in Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B Minor. Violinists Leslie Henrie and Micah Fleming, violist Leslie Richards, and cellist Brittany Gardner will shine in Edward Elgar’s Introduction and Allegro and Ernest Bloch’s Concerto Grosso No. 1.  Music director, Robert Baldwin will conduct the performance.

Everything to make this exciting venture possible is falling into place! Feedback thus far from local musicians, press, and community members has been nothing but positive. This seems to be the type of ensemble musicians and patrons in Utah have craved. We need your support to make it happen. We are gratefully accepting donations of any amount, sponsorships, as well as the purchase of tickets for our January 25th concert. Since we are a non-profit organization, your contribution is 100% tax deductible. 

We promise to make it worth your investment!  Sinfonia Salt Lake sponsors and donors will be our guests at a reception following the concert to meet the musicians, mingle, and enjoy refreshments. We would like to include your name in the program as a special thank you. Programs may also feature sponsor advertisement.

Thank you for helping us bring this much-anticipated new twist on classical music to the Salt Lake Valley.

Sincerely, 
Leslie Henrie, DMA
Concertmaster and Board President, Sinfonia Salt Lake