Michele McLaughlin’s “Cozy Corner Concert Series” Featuring Renowned Piano Artists From Around The World.
These Are In-Home Concerts, Up Close And Personal Around The Piano With The Artists In Michele’s Living Room. If You’ve Never Attended An In-Home Concert Before, They’re A Real Treat. We Love Performing This Way Because It Is So Intimate And Personal.
The Energy At These Concerts Is Unlike Anything Else. They’re So Much Fun! Come Share In These Intimate And Cozy Concert Experiences With Michele And Her Special Guests.
Shows Start At 7:00pm, Doors Open At 6:30pm. Refreshments Will Be Served. There Will Be A Free CD Giveaway, CD’s And Sheet Music Will Be Available For Sale, And You Can Mingle And Visit With The Artists During Intermission And After The Concert. Additional Donations And Tips Are Always Appreciated.
Michele McLaughlin’s Cozy Corner Concerts
Salt Lake City, UT 84109
Acoustic | Folk | Americana | Singer-Songwriters
Celtic | Irish | Scottish
Easy Listening | Healing
Middle Eastern | Tribal | Belly Dancing
Rock | Alternative | Punk
Jazz | Band Music
House | Trance | Techno | Rave
Intermountain Acoustic Music Association IAMA
The Park City Chamber Music Society – Park City, Utah
Utah Scottish Association
Americana Music Association
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Jon Schmidt (born 1966) is an American pianist currently residing in Salt Lake City, Utah. He describes his style as “New Age Classical.” He was born to German immigrants who acquainted him with the works of such composers as Beethoven, Mozart, and Chopin. He began songwriting at age 11. To date, he has released eight albums and seven piano books containing transcriptions of original arrangements. His work is often described as New Age music with pop elements of hook and melody. He is also noted for his treatment of harmony, counterpoint, and rhythm. His works were also featured on sample discs for the Iomega Hipzip Digital Audio Player with the pieces “Sacred Ground”, “All of Me”, and “Waterfall”. Schmidt’s influences include Mannheim Steamroller, Billy Joel, and Beethoven. Schmidt currently has more than 2 million hits on YouTube for his piano/cello arrangement of Taylor Swift’s “Love Story” and Coldplay’s “Viva La Vida”, which is called “Love Story meets Viva La Vida”.
A Kurt Bestor Christmas, a beloved holiday tradition in Salt Lake City, UT, returns to Abravanel Hall, December 16-18, 2010.
A Kurt Bestor Christmas has been a much-anticipated tradition for audiences throughout the western U.S. The show draws more than 20,000 delighted fans every year. Featuring 45 musicians on stage, sophisticated sound and lights, and special guests, combined with warm storytelling and humor, Bestor creates an intimate rapport with concert-goers that sets A Kurt Bestor Christmas apart from any other seasonal show.
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His concerts are legendary. His live shows have amazed millions on every continent in the world. Now, Yanni returns to the USA and Canada with a concert tour that will give fans what they have been waiting for. Yanni as you know him best, performing his instrumental hits from the shows that have become famous around the world. Fans will witness Yanni and his world class musicians as they take the stage to perform his greatest instrumental hits made famous in his shows from The Acropolis in Greece, The Taj Mahal in India, The Forbidden City in China and The Royal Albert Hall in England.
For the first time ever, the live show will also introduce some of the music from Yanni’s new album “Truth Of Touch”, which is the composer’s first album of original studio music in almost a decade.
This is Yanni returning to his roots with a live performance that will deliver old and new fans the very best of Yanni and his music. Come hear the music that touches the world.
Libby Gardner Concert Hall will be filled with the haunting beauty of the Native American flute on Thursday, Feb. 24, as renowned flutist R. Carlos Nakai joins the Utah Philharmonia in a concert themed “Through an American Lens.” Of Navajo-Ute heritage, Nakai is the world’s premier performer of the Native American flute and has numerous Grammy nominations and more than 4 million albums sold to show for it.
“Through an American Lens” will feature traditional American music, as seen through the unique viewpoint of the composer, with three different expressions of the American experience. The elite 95-member Utah Philharmonia will present Aaron Copland’s “Billy the Kid Suite,” which originated as a ballet that incorporates traditional folk songs and cowboy tunes, as well as John Adams’ “The Chairman Dances,” which is described as a “foxtrot for orchestra.” A major force in the field of traditional American music, Nakai will perform the “Two Worlds Concerto,” written for him by Arizona composer James DeMars.
While maintaining his status as an iconic musician and preeminent performer of the Native American flute, R. Carlos Nakai is also the ultimate crossover artist. He plays everything from traditional music to jazz, and participates in some highly unusual collaborations — from his blending of Native American melodies with Jewish and Arabic songs with cellist Udi Bar-David to his recordings with Tibetan flutist Nawang Khechog and Hawaiian slack key guitarist and singer Keola Beamer.
Tickets are $7 general admission and $3 for students and seniors. They can be purchased by calling 801-581-7100 or at www.kingsburyhall.org. Concert begins at 7:30 pm.