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Murray Symphony has been a mainstay in the Salt Lake valley for nearly 50 years. With members coming from a wide variety of professions and ages, from teenagers to those in their 80s, they come together with a love for good music and find enjoyment in performing everything from the works of the masters to the iconic movie soundtracks of John Williams. Murray Symphony is more than just a group or an orchestra, it is a family that works together and plays together. 


February - Holladay Pops Symphony Orchestra and Chorale is organized. The original orchestra consisted of 30 members and 15 in the chorale.
March 17 - Name is changed to Murray Symphony Orchestra in recognition of the support of Murray City officials and residents.
January - Conductor and President James E Hill resigns and is replaced by Richard W. Jackson, with Steve Baker as assistant conductor.
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