“Spring” Concert

The Cache Symphony and soloists Ellie Evans and Trevor Teuscher can’t wait to share their spring favorites by Copland, Holst, Grainger, Vivaldi, Elgar, Hovhaness, and Tchaikovsky.

Come take advantage of another free concert. We are not sure how long this “perk” will be available, so take advantage of it while you can.

Night of Serenity

Who doesn’t need a night of serenity at a time like this? Bring your loved ones and masks and join us for a night of light, uplifting music. We will be playing Dvorak’s Serenade for Strings, Host’s St. Paul Suite, and Barber’s Adagio for Strings.   

Please note that this concert will be at Mount Logan Middle School and will be free to help aid in slowing the spread of Covid-19 by eliminating the exchange of money and contact in general. All social distancing guidelines will be in place. On that note, please consider making a donation to the Cache Symphony via Venmo or PayPal or as a tax-exempt donation through USU (designated to the Cache Symphony). We would love to be able to keep preparing concerts, but they don’t come without a fair amount of costs. Thank you in advance for your support.

Concert is Rescheduled

Due to Covid 19, our concert will be re-scheduled to a later date. Please plan to come share in this exciting evening when that date is announced. We can’t wait to spend an evening sharing this fantastic music with you. Stay healthy and safe! See you then!

Pictures at an Exhibition Spring 2020

Please put the following dates on your calendar.

Concert Date: Fall 2020
First Rehearsal: Second Wednesday of Fall semester 2020
Program: Picture at an Exhibition, Bruch Violin Concerto No 1 in G Minor Mvt 3, Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2 Mvt 1
Thank you for your continued support. We can’t wait to share this amazing music with you. 

String Festival Competition Winner

Ellie Evans

Ellie Evans first began playing the violin at the age of 4. She begged her parents for a violin and so the journey began one Christmas morning. As most young students can relate, the magic of that first moment wore off when she learned that playing the violin was hard. There were many mornings where she complained about how long Lightly Row was, or that there were too many notes to learn. However, with some perseverance on her part and some persistence from her parents, Ellie began making rapid progress. She took lessons from her mother until she began high school, and since then, has been studying with Christine Davis-Smaellie and is loving it! Ellie has recorded with the USU Chamber Singers on several of their acclaimed albums and has been featured on nationally-syndicated classical music programs including “With Heart and Voice,” “Going Beyond Words,” and “Performance Today”. She has soloed in Xian, China for the Chinese Choral Directors National Conference, and recently soloed with the Ridgeline High School Orchestra at the Utah Music Educators Association conference. Her string trio was the 2019 winner of the Mountain West Chamber Music Competition, but more than anything, Ellie loves the joy that comes as she serves others with music. Ellie is 17 years old, a junior at Ridgeline High School, and is the daughter of Cory and Jennie Evans.

Piano Concerto Competition Winner


Aaron Miller straight

Aaron Miller is 15 years old, and attends Box Elder Middle School as a 9th grader. He loves music and has enjoyed a variety of music electives this year, including band, theater, and choir. He first started piano with his mother as a young child and now currently takes from Anarie White. He loves sharing his talents with others through being a pianist for his church choir, accompanying siblings and friends on string instruments, and teaching piano lessons. Aaron has learned to share his talents and enjoy performing for others through the many opportunities that his mom has arranged for him to perform in the community. Besides doing a lot with music, he also loves running cross country and acting in theater. But no matter what he does, he always tries to do it confidently and have fun.

Spring 2020 Season Info

Our new season is coming soon. Get the following dates on your calendar.

Concert Date: April 11
First Rehearsal: Jan 15
Program: Picture at an Exhibition, plus two concertos, and a possible overture 
Below is the proposed rehearsal schedule for the season:

Jan  – 08 – board meeting
Jan  – 15 – full rehearsal
Jan  – 22 – full rehearsal
Jan  – 29 – full rehearsal
Feb  – 05 – sectionals, schedule TBA
Feb  – 12 – full rehearsal
Feb  – 19  – full rehearsal
Feb  – 26 – sectionals, schedule TBA
Mar  – 04 – full rehearsal
Mar  – 11 – full rehearsal
Mar  – 18 – full rehearsal
Mar  – 25 – full rehearsal
Apr  – 01 – full rehearsal
Apr  – 08  dress rehearsal
Apr  – 11 Saturday concert

Concerto Winners

Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra - Spring 2019

Two incredibly talented, young soloists will be joining us for our upcoming concert. Come support them and see what they’ve been working on. You won’t be disappointed. This is always a great concert for those young musicians just getting started, but it’s also great for the more advanced musician working on bettering their skills or those who just love great music. Seeing what these young musicians have been able to accomplish this far in their lives, is always pretty inspiring. Come spend your Saturday evening listening to fun music and enjoying the energy of these fantastic soloists. The concert is Saturday, March 30 at 7:30 in the Daines Concert Hall. Featured works will include Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 (soloist: Gary Zhan), Dvorak Cello Concerto (soloist: Aaron Lacey), Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (narrated by Dr. Craig Jessop), and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Russian Easter Overture.

Tickets are $5 for students (with id)/youth and $10 adults at the door and online. Get your tickets early so you don’t have to stand in line forever and so we can get started on time. https://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=1195770&presenter=CAINE&venue=&event=

CSO Piano Concerto Competition 2019 Winner:

Gary Zhan, 14, a freshman at Logan High School, has been awarded first place in the
fifth annual Cache Symphony Piano Concerto Competition. Second and third place was
awarded to Andrew Findley and Jan Hubbard, respectively, with Angela Zhan receiving
an Honorable Mention for her playing.
Gary Zhan will perform the 1st movement of Mozart’s Piano Concerto in D Minor with
the Cache Symphony Orchestra at their Spring concert March 30,
2019 in the Daines Concert Hall on the campus of Utah State University.

Concerto Winners

Two fantastic young soloists will be joining us in our next concert, March 30, 7:30, in the Daines Concert Hall. Soloists will be announced soon as the competitions aren’t quite completed yet. Featured works will include two concertos (one piano and one string) as well as Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, narrated by Craig Jessop, and Rimsky-Korsakov’s Russian Easter Festival Overture. Come and enjoy a night of high energy and incredible works with these fantastic soloists on March 30th at 7:30 PM in the Daines Concert Hall, USU. You won’t want to miss it.

Tickets are $5 for students (with id)/youth and $10 adults at the door and online: https://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=1195770&presenter=CAINE&venue=&event=