About CSO

Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra (CSO) is a professional orchestra led by Maestro William Intriligator.

Mission: The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra’s outstanding professional performances and educational outreach engage, inspire, and enhance the quality of life for Cheyenne and surrounding areas.

In pursuit of its mission, the Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra Values:

  • Artistic excellence, innovation, and growth
  • Audience engagement, enrichment, and expansion
  • Fiscal responsibility, sustainability, and advancement
  • Cultural leadership, collaboration, and development

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion:

The Cheyenne Symphony Orchestra strongly believes in equality and justice for all people, regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, creed, age, gender-identity, or sexual preference. We know that music is a great uniter; it brings diverse peoples together, bridges conflicts, and reminds us all of our common humanity. We know that our performances can be a conduit for awareness, dialogue, and understanding. In addition to performing traditional symphonic repertoire, we seek to present and promote artists and composers from underrepresented groups.


Thanks to the generous support of audiences, the community of Cheyenne, public-minded businesses, and corporate grants, CSO—a 501(c)(3) organization—directly impacts more than 10,000 people through performances each year, as well as 6,000 students through FREE educational outreach programs.

Each season, CSO offers five Masterpiece concerts, a Holiday concert, and a Family Matinee in the Cheyenne Civic Center. Throughout the year, CSO also presents a series of chamber music concerts in Cheyenne homes or smaller venues and typically offers 1-2 extra concerts per season. Plus, intensive educational outreach program are provided for students in Laramie County School Districts #1 & #2.

To learn about ways you can support the symphony, click here.

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