A disfigured musical genius hides in the depths of the Paris Opera House. What could he want? What is his dark secret? The singers, dancers and musicians of award-winning Vox Lumiere combine new music, theater and the classic Lon Chaney silent film to uncover the mysteries of the Phantom in an explosive entertainment experience that brings this silent movie masterpiece to life!
Self-Described “Indie Cello Orchestra,” The Portland Cello Project (or, PCP, as their fans affectionately call them) has a deep-rooted philosophy of building a stronger music community through collaborations across all genres. Their performances are unique and eclectic—one might hear hip-hop mixed with bach or a haunting cover of Britney Spears. This is a whole new cello experience.
Come celebrate Chopin’s 200th birthday with the Westminster Concert Series at the Vieve Gore Concert Hall. Listen as some of Chopin’s best pieces are performed by acclaimed faculty pianist Heather Conner and join in the celebration of this amazing composer.
Hear some of your favorite Opera and Broadway songs in the cool autumn air at the Gallivan Center. Classics from Cats, Les Miserable, Carmen and more will be performed throughout the night to create a magical and romantic evening.
George Dyer, Tenor
George Dyer, from Kaysville Utah, is known throughout North America as a gifted tenor and performs often for New York City Opera and Utah Opera. He has been featured as a soloist with the Utah Symphony, Ballet West, and as a guest soloist for Kurt Bestor.
Genevieve Christianson, Soprano
A native New Yorker, Genevieve Christianson now lives in Salt Lake City. The soprano star is a popular soloist with numerous opera companies and symphonies throughout the nation.
Lawrence F. Gee, Pianist
Lawrence F. Gee is a well known pianist and collaborator in the Salt Lake Community. He was an assistant conductor at New Your City Opera under Beverly Sills and other professional opera companies. His instrumental hymn arrangements have been published by jack Man Music Company.
The Salt Lake Symphony will hold auditions for membership on Tuesday, August 25th from 7am to 10am at the Columbus Center in South Salt Lake. They wlll be happy to hear all instruments, especially strings. Call Joyce at 801 250-9419 for repertoire and audition time.
Join guest conductor David Lockington as he leads guest violinist Anne Akiko Meyers and the Utah Symphony in Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3 at the Deer Valley® Music Festival on Friday, July 31st at 7:30 pm. Hailed by critics, media, conductors and audiences worldwide, Anne Akiko Meyers’ impassioned performances, compelling music making and mastery of a broad and varied selection of music have made her one of today’s most sought-after violinists.
Spektor has appeared on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (once), Late Night with Conan O’Brien (three times), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (twice), Jimmy Kimmel Live (twice), Last Call with Carson Daly (five times), Late Show with David Letterman, CBS News Sunday Morning, Good Morning America, and Australia’s Rove Live. Since January 2005, Spektor has performed on a bright red Baldwin baby grand piano. She plays a seafoam Epiphone Wildkat archtop hollow-body electric guitar.
Buy tickets online for Regina Spektor and you will automatically receive a download of an album video montage, created by Regina Spektor and Director Adria Petty! This exclusive video is included with each ticket purchased online and is available ONLY through this offer. You can’t find it anywhere else!
For each one (1) ticket purchased you will receive one (1) code good for one (1) download of the video. Download code(s) will be emailed to you approximately 3-5 business days after your ticket purchase and are good for 30-days after the tour is completed. You will receive one download code for each ticket you purchased – so if you bought four tickets, you’ll get four downloads of the video.
Classical guitarist Lawrence Green will present a program of original Spanish arrangements, including solo works for guitar, duets with guitarist Justin Leslie, and songs performed by baritone Arden Hopkin February 25, 2011 at 7:30pm at the Assembly Hall in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mr. Green is on the guitar faculty in the School of Music at Brigham Young University and teaches over 700 students a year in classes and private lessons. He has performed around the world in such locations as France, Belgium, Mexico, Spain, and Italy.
Location Assembly Hall is located on the southwest corner of Temple Square in Salt Lake City, a charming Gothic-style building with lovely stained-glass windows. This jewel of a building was constructed by Mormon pioneers in 1877. The Assembly Hall benches accommodate approximately 1200 guests.
Tickets Tickets are not required for most events. However, for events requiring tickets, they will be available over the Internet, in person at the Conference Center Ticket Office (door 4), or by telephone locally 801-570-0080 or toll-free 1-866-537-8457 (1-866-LDS-TIKS).