Springville’s Sunday Concert Series

Sunday Concert Series

Join us for an evening of music in the Museum’s beautiful Grand Gallery with our Sunday Concert Series. The Museum is open every Sunday from 3:00 to 6:00 pm, with the free Concert Series beginning at 5:00 pm on select Sundays every month.

Springville Museum of Art, Sunday Concert Series, Utah, Utah County, Utah Valley, Free, Acoustic, Bluegrass, Piano, Pianist, Classical MusicFebruary 20, 2011, 5 pm: Sunday Concert Series – Stephanie Talbot

Stephanie began her music career with piano lessons at the age of 5. For her Bachelors and Masters degree while at BYU she has studied private piano lessons with Dr. Jeffrey Shumway. Stephanie loves to volunteer in the community and has performed in elementary schools across the Salt Lake Valley to help publicize the International Gina Bacheaur Piano Competition, events for BYU, United Way of Utah County, The Lighted Candle Society, and the Provo Center Street Music Theater.

March 20, 2011, 5 pm: Sunday Concert Series – CrosStrung

“CrosStrung” is one of Utah’s newest up and coming Bluegrass and Celtic bands. Entertaining with their tight harmonies and hot instrumentals is what this fun family group is all about. The band enjoys performing a wide variety of bluegrass, celtic and acoustic music, adding their own unique style.
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Sunday, April 17, 2011 5 pm: Sunday Concert Series – Utah Lyric Opera
Enjoy an evening with the Utah Lyric Opera, featuring artists such as Christopher Holmes and Clara Hertado Lee in the Museum’s beautiful Grand Gallery.

April 30, 2011 Free Concert 2-3:30 pm
Amy Gabbitas (MM from BYU, clarinet), Stephanie Simper (BM from ASU, oboe), and Maria Heward (BM from BYU, piano), founders of the Timpanogos Chamber Music Society, are all accomplished on their respective instruments and have a desire to bring quality chamber music to Utah Valley. Come and enjoy an afternoon of beautiful music written for clarinet, oboe and piano in the exquisite Springville Art Museum.

Please call for upcoming dates (489-2727). The Museum hosts these performances through the City of Springville.