The BYU Wind Symphony Takes Audiences on an International Journey

Graduate student Nick Ayala will guest-conduct one piece The BYU Wind Symphony will take audiences around the world during their Feb. 15 performance, titled “Traveler.” “The concert is designed to be international in nature,” said director Don Peterson. “It’s the idea of the journey, either physically or in the imagination, and the feelings and emotions […]

Symphonic Band Brings ‘Unexpected Love Songs’ to BYU Audiences

The concert will feature romantic music from beloved composers The BYU Symphonic Band will dedicate their Feb. 14 performance to a celebration of Valentine’s Day. The concert, titled “Unexpected Love Songs,” will take audiences through a range of romantic expressions from some of the world’s most treasured composers. “From Prokofiev’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ to John […]

BYU Choirs Join Together for Winter Choirfest on Feb. 12

500 singers come together to perform two choral classics The BYU School of Music’s four auditioned choirs — BYU Singers, BYU Concert Choir, Men’s Chorus and Women’s Chorus — will share the de Jong Concert Hall stage for their annual Winter Choirfest. The concert will feature both classical and contemporary choral pieces, including some new […]

Living Legends Lead Audiences Through the Seasons of Life

Living Legends will perform their ‘Seasons’ show, now featuring some new dances   Living Legends will be performing on Feb. 8 and Feb. 9, bringing new dances and their same classic story to the stage. Only two years off from their 50th anniversary, the dance group remains grounded in their mission of representing their cultural […]

Contemporary Dance Theatre Expresses Human Connection, Spirituality Through Movement

The high-energy concert features original choreography by guest artists alongside Martha Graham’s historically significant “Dark Meadow” BYU Contemporary Dance Theatre (CDT) will celebrate spirituality and the human experience through movement when the company’s Pardoe Theatre concert opens on Feb. 7. Contemporary dance is an ever-evolving field, employing innovative techniques to explore and express broader messages […]

BYU’s International theatre Festival Off the Map Returns for Its Fifth Season

This year’s festival brings in two theatre productions from the U.K.   For the fifth year running, Brigham Young University presents Off the Map, its international theatre festival. This year, the festival brings two innovative theatre productions, “The Other Mozart” and “The Man Who Planted Trees,” to the Harris Fine Arts Center’s stages, both of […]

The BYU Young Ambassadors Highlight the Importance of Family in 2019 Show

The performing group will take BYU audiences on a musical road trip across the United States The BYU Young Ambassadors will perform five shows in the Pardoe Theatre as they begin a new year of touring. “These performances will be the last chance for our campus community to see the Young Ambassador show this year […]