Utah Symphony sends special message to Houston Rockets

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 SALT LAKE CITY (News4Utah)- The Utah Jazz have support coming from the entire state of Utah as they head into Game 3 of the second-round of playoffs.

First it was Mitt Romney, now the Utah Symphony.

The symphony sent a “classically charged” message to the Houston Rockets on Friday.

“Houston, you have a problem ” they tweeted, decked out in Utah Jazz gear:

Houston, you have a problem. #WeAreUtah #TakeNote @utahjazz pic.twitter.com/Dt8lEXGluF— Utah Symphony (@UtahSymphony) May 4, 2018

“Not every NBA team can boast a 95-person home town orchestra (and one of only 15 full time orchestras in the nation),” Renee Huang, Director of Communications & Digital Media for Utah Symphony said.

Courtesy: Utah Symphony 

Huang says  the symphony is playing the piece “Sunrise” from Also sprach Zarathustra by Richard Strauss.

Game 3 is Friday at 8:30 p.m. at Vivint Smart Home Arena. 

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