We Are Murray!

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Presented by Murray Arts Advisory Board and Golden Spike 150 at Hillcrest Junior High School, Murray UT

Apr 27
We Are Murray!

Murray Symphony Concert featuring compositions and solos of members of the orchestra and featuring the premiere of a new work by Emmy Winning Marden Pond, “The Ten-mile Day” celebrating Sesquicentennial of the meeting of the rails.

The Murray Symphony is honored to premiere “Ten-Mile Day”, a new composition by Utah composer Dr. Marden Pond. This is a composition that celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Golden Spike and the Transcontinental Railroad.

When Abraham Lincoln signed the Pacific Railroad Act of 1862, the race to complete the transcontinental Railroad began. The Union Pacific started in the East and the Central Pacific in the West. Through heat and cold, mountains and desert, the workers worked hard. A

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Tickets available at the door. $6 admission, Children under 10 Free.

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Contact: (801) 264-2614

Email: makingmusic@murraysymphony.org

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Hillcrest Junior High School

178 E 5300 S, Murray, UT 84107

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  1. April 28 was the actual day of the 10 mile day race. This concert is Saturday evening the 27th of April. The story is an intriguing one. Details will unfold through 5 talented narrators telling the story simultaneously with the full symphony and 10 percussionists providing the sounds and feel of this amazing event!

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