A chapter for the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra is coming to a close as Matthew Savery, music director and conductor will retire from the orchestra after a decade of dedication to the symphony.
He said one of the most memorable moments with the orchestra was when he and the symphony recognized their potential.
Matthew Savery shared with News 13, “We came together everybody worked really hard and it worked we played it great it was a great performance and I think that was the moment when you could feel a sense within the orchestra of everyone realizing what’s possible. We can really be a great orchestra."
Savery said one of the main reasons he chose to leave is to spend more time with his four year old son.
Matthew Savery started his career with the symphony in 2007 after being a guest performer with the symphony.
His last performance with the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra will be held in May.