EPSO 90th Anniversary Tour
The El Paso Symphony Orchestra celebrates a momentous occasion — its 90th anniversary! — by going on tour this fall.
The longest continuously running symphony in the Lone Star State, which has been part of downtown El Paso’s art scene since 1930, is not able to perform this fall in the Plaza Theatre. But that is not stopping EPSO.
Sponsored by TFCU and Bill and Becky Holmes, EPSO’s 90th Anniversary Fall Tour of El Paso will present 45-minute outdoor performances featuring small groups of our musicians, from mid-September through December throughout the city.
We ask that all attendees social distance by wearing masks and sitting or standing six-feet apart.
Saturday, September 12, 6pm Casitas Neighborhood Association
Saturday, September 26, 6pm Madeline Park, 900 E. Baltimore
Saturday, October 24, 2pm TFCU Operations Center, 1241 Pullman Dr. (postponed, due to pandemic)
Saturday, November 7, 4pm Tom Lea Upper Park, 500 Rim Road (postponed, due to pandemic)
Saturday, November 21, 3pm Album Park, 10259 Album Ave. (postponed, due to pandemic)
Saturday, December 19, 2pm TFCU-Resler Branch, 1656 N. Resler Dr. (postponed, due to pandemic)
“We hope to bring our community some joy and inspiration in a challenging time,” Ruth Ellen Jacobson, El Paso Symphony Orchestra Executive Director.