CANYON ECHOES | Virtual Santa Fe Symphony Concert Series - SantaFe.com

Sunday, Oct 11 @ 4:00 PM—FREE

Don’t miss out on the virtual event of the season, the opening of The Santa Fe Symphony’s new Virtual Concert Series, filmed on over 21,000 spectacular acres at the majestic Ghost Ranch! This inaugural performance of Canyon Echoes—featuring six unique Santa Fe Symphony ensembles—debuts on Sunday, October 11 @4:00 PM and is FREE of charge! Simply register HERE to enjoy this epic concert—our gift to the community for its support throughout the COVID-19 crisis.

Sponsored by Enterprise Bank & Trust and Michael & Julie Dawson

Learn more at santafesymphony.org or call The Symphony Box Office: 505.983.3530.

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