Tag Archives: Instructional

Argentine Tango Dance Classes

Beginners class from 7pm to 8pm Free practica for everyone from 8pm to 9pm Advanced beginners and Intermediate class from 9pm to 10pm $ 15 drop in $ 10 per week for 4 weeks $ 9 per week for 3 months $ 8 per week for 6 months Private class during practica upon request. Guadalupe will be the DJ during practica, every other week

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Ceramic Painting 2-for-Tuesdays

Two-4-Tuesday: Every Tuesday All Day- Two people paint for one studio fee. How it works – There is a studio fee per person who paints – $6 for kids up to age 12, $10 for age 13 and up which covers paint, glaze and firing, PLUS the cost of the item you choose to paint ($10-$60). We glaze and fire your painted pieces and you pick them up in about 5 days.

COLOR ME MINE
1414 So. Foothill Rd.  #H Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
(801) 581-1515

Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake City

Libby Gardner Concert Hall
1375 E Presidents Circle
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
(801) 561-3999

(801)-581-7193
(801) 581-7100

e-mail: [email protected]

U.S. Mail
P. O. Box 58825
Salt Lake City, UT 84158-0825

The Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake City is a community-based organization dedicated to bringing world-class chamber music to the Wasatch Front. The Society was founded in 1966 and operates as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization governed by a volunteer board of directors.

In conjunction with the concerts the Society sponsors outreach programs in the community, principally for music students in the Salt Lake County high schools and the Department of Music at the University of Utah. For those attending the concerts the Society is proud of its legacy of providing in-depth program notes.

Cooking Japanese Steakhouse Style

Viking Cooking Classes, Japanese Steakhouse Style Cooking, Sugar House, Utah, Salt Lake CityOnce you know the “secret” ingredients and understand the cooking methods used by Japanese steakhouses, you’ll be able to re-create the atmosphere of a high-energy Japanese steakhouse right in your own home. Along with dazzling side dishes, we’ll provide the recipes for succulent steak and shrimp that are so good, your guests won’t even mind if you don’t slice, dice and flip them onto their plates.

SKILLS and TECHNIQUES Working with authentic Japanese ingredients; cooking traditional teppanyaki (hibachi-style) dishes in your own home; peeling, deveining and cooking shrimp; making salad dressing; flambéing; searing and testing meat for doneness; making sauces; stir-frying/wok-cooking.

  • Steakhouse Salad with Creamy Ginger Dressing
  • Teppanyaki Shrimp Flambé with Yoshi’s Special Sauce
  • Hibachi Steak with Fresh Vegetables and Mustard Sauce
  • Japanese Fried Rice
  • Sample Recipes: Edamame; Tangerine Sorbet
  • Thai Cooking School

    Thai Cooking School, Cuisine, Classes, Participation, Salt Lake City, UtahThai cuisine is unquestionably among the world’s finest with its surprising blend of hot, sweet and sour flavors, all in perfect balance. In this stimulating hands-on workshop, prepare a highly distinctive Thai menu that boldly explodes on the palate. Along with your meal, enjoy a glass of wine or Thai iced tea while discussing the creative cooking techniques and exotic ingredients of Thailand.

    SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES Cooking with traditional Thai ingredients; grilling steak; making soup; stir-frying/wok-cooking; cooking shrimp perfectly every time.

  • Thai Beef Salad with Lettuce Cups and Sticky Rice
  • Coconut and Lemongrass Soup with Chicken (Tom Khai Gai)
  • Rice Noodles with Shrimp and Peanuts (Shrimp Pad Thai)
  • Sample Recipe: Mango Sorbet “Martini” with Basil Sugar Rim
  • Sample Recipe: Thai Iced Tea
  • Bonus Recipe: Ginger Cosmopolitans
  • Auto Racing Driving School

    ONE DAY SCHOOL: 8:00AM – 4:00PM

    The Ford Racing High Performance Driving School is designed for the high-performance driving enthusiast looking to gain seat time, track time and professional instruction in one of our specially prepared Miller Mustang GT’s. Utilizing one of three track configurations (East Course, West Course or Full Course), the One-Day Ford Racing High Performance Driving School will teach you the proper skills needed to understand the fundamentals of vehicle dynamics and basic car control. The One day course includes classroom sessions, skid pad instruction, downshifting exercises and corner control work with lead and follow sessions prior to track time.

    (Manual Transmission – Experience with “stick-shift” highly recommended)

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    Cooking for New Years Party

    This year, as revelers reach a fevered pitch at crowded New Year’s parties, we’ll set off fireworks in our own kitchen by creating and feasting on an oh-so-decadent menu. Why wait until midnight to celebrate the New Year? We’ll pop the Champagne and count down early with deliriously fun party favors and a toast to Auld Lang Syne. Or, if you prefer a more private celebration to ring in the New Year, we’ll teach you everything you need to know to host the ultimate New Year’s Eve celebration in your own home.

    SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES Making a vinaigrette; preparing gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches; grilling shrimp and testing for doneness; searing and roasting beef tenderloin; testing beef for doneness; resting and carving beef; making a classical emulsion sauce; preparing a decadent vegetable dish that will become a family favorite; making the ultimate chocolate dessert; caramelizing sugar with a blow torch.

  • Glazed Prosciutto-Wrapped Shrimp
  • Mixed Salad Greens with Candied Apple Slices, Pistachios and Mini Grilled Brie Sandwiches
  • Châteaubriand with Béarnaise Sauce
  • Broccoli Boursin Gratins
  • Chocolate Crème Brûlée with Fresh Raspberries
  • Sample Recipes: Toasted Almond Crab Dip; Parsley Potatoes
  • Moab Folk Festival

    LOUDON WAINWRIGHT III AND PATTY LARKIN HEADLINE 2010 MOAB FOLK FESTIVAL

    Join us for six days of hands-on workshops with nationally recognized instructors in a variety of courses ranging from songwriting and vocal performance to beginning and advanced guitar, mandolin and more.

    Moab Folk Camp offers a supportive environment in which students can experience the joy of making music and learning new skills in a beautiful setting, away from everyday distractions, with a caring group of musical friends. If you’ve been looking for somewhere to get started playing music or improve your musical skills, you’ve found the right place.

    Contact: Lisa Carter, assistant festival director, 435-259-3198 or [email protected]

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    Grammy-winning Loudon Wainwright III and Patty Larkin will be the featured acts at the 2010 Moab Folk Festival in Moab, Utah.

    Wainwright, who has been performing for 40 years as both a musician and actor, won a Grammy earlier this year in Traditional Folk music for his album High, Wide & Handsome. Larkin, who is making her second appearance at the Moab festival, celebrated her 25th year as a performer by releasing her new album 25, on which she performs with a roster of guest artists that reads like a music Hall of Fame.

    Also on this year’s program are Sloan Wainwright, Loudon’s sister; Darol Anger, Sharon Gilchrist & Scott Law; Po’ Girl; Caroline Herring; Peter Mulvey; Elephant Revival; Tom Prasada-Rao; Tara Shupe & Broken Pony (with guest Nick Boyer of the Puddle Mountain Ramblers); and The Mile Markers. Performances will be at three venues: outdoors at Moab Ball Field, and indoors at Star Hall and Grand County High School.

    Now in its eighth year, the Moab Folk Festival has grown into one of the nation’s top music showcases and has expanded the definition of “folk” to include music that reaches beyond traditional boundaries – including bluegrass, indie folk-rock, folk-fringe punk, celtic-folk and modern acoustic artists.