New Mexico Symphony Orchestra
Rating: 3 stars 1 1 review 725
PO Box 30208 Albuquerque NM 87190 USA
The New Mexico Symphony Orchestra exists to perform orchestral music of many eras and cultures for the wide and ethnically diverse audience of its New Mexico home. Performed at the highest level of commitment, technical achievement and passion, the work of the professional musicians of the NMSO and the members of the Symphony Chorus entertains, educates, and illuminates through the language of music our human search for purpose.
The New Mexico Symphony Orchestra performs for an audience of over 130,000 each season in Classical, Pops, outdoor Symphony Under the Stars, special, educational, and neighborhood concerts. The Orchestra's educational programs serve over 50,000 young people each year - all free of charge.
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Sorry to say, but the NMSO is no longer in business as of the spring of 2011
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