History of the Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra
Vision of the RMSO
The Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra seeks to grow and serve communities of Orchestral Music lovers in small towns in the Shadows of the Rockies by delivering engaging Orchestral experiences in unique ways and places.
"If your kids are dancing in the aisles at an RMSO Concert, we know one thing for sure: We're doing our job properly."
Now in its third season, the Rocky Mountain Symphony Orchestra was born in June 2016. By March 2017, the Orchestra received its Alberta Non-Profit registration as the Rocky Mountain Symphony Society. The RMSO is managed by a Governing Board of Directors.
September 2016 - Okotoks & Strathmore
November 2017 - Calgary & Turner Valley
January 2017 - Okotoks & Strathmore
April 2017 - Canmore & Calgary
June 2017 - Cochrane & High River
Canada Day 2017 - Spruce Meadows
September 2017 - Okotoks & Calgary
September 2017 - University of Calgary
October 2017 - Okotoks & Olds
December 2017 - High River & Strathmore
May 2018 - Airdrie and High River
June 2018 - Waterton, Del Bonita, Spruce Meadows
Canada Day 2018 - Spruce Meadows
September 2018 - La Traviata (Calgary & Okotoks)
October 2018 - James Campbell in Concert (Calgary & High River)
November 2018 - John Denver Tribute Show (Jack Singer Concert Hall)
December 2018 - Christmas at Spruce Meadows
January 2019 - Mid-Winter Gala (Rockyview)
March 2019 - Celebration of Spring (Okotoks & Airdrie)
June 2019 - Playing with Fire (Cochrane & Strathmore)
Canada Day 2019 - Spruce Meadows
"We believe that culture is not exclusive to big cities. We think that Folks who choose to live in Small Towns should still have access to a Live Symphony Orchestra."