SUN VALLEY, Idaho ( KMVT / KSVT ) - The Sun Valley Summer Symphony is kicking of its orchestra festival Monday evening with a production of “The Firebird.”
The local performance is the only one that’s free, with tickets selling for more than $100 at venues like the Hollywood Bowl.
The symphony will present three more free performances during this opening week of the orchestra festival.
“You can see people have set up their chairs, they bring their food, they bring their friends. There’s plenty of activities for children. We have a children’s tent with children’s musical activities. And we also have a lawn chat for the adults who want to learn a little bit more about each concert event. It starts 45 minutes before each concert event. It starts 45 minutes before each concert and you can learn a lot about the upcoming performances,” said Jenny Krueger, Symphony Executive Director.
If you’ve been waiting for a good night to bring your whole family, you might be interested in “Peter and the Wolf” on Thursday evening.