Professional Performing Arts at Brigham Young University

The BRAVO! Professional Performing Arts series returns in 2022-23 with an exciting line up of award-winning artists! This carefully curated season features the return of audience favorites Itzhak Perlman and VOCES8, thought-provoking groups such as Gibney Dance and Gravity and Other Myths, an evening with Disney and Broadway star Jeremy Jordan, and much more. Get your season tickets for first access to the best seats at the best prices!

Season tickets will go on sale on June 1 at 10 a.m. on byutickets.com.

An Evening with Jeremy Jordan

Friday, September 2, 7:30 p.m. | de Jong Concert Hall

General Public Tickets On Sale: July 26, 2022

Disney, Broadway, and charm collide for one unforgettable night with stage and screen favorite Jeremy Jordan. Known for his starring roles in Disney’s Newsies, Broadway’s Waitress and Bonnie and Clyde, and NBC’s Smash and The Last 5 Years, Jeremy brings his powerful voice, charismatic storytelling, and humor to BYU for an evening you will not want to miss.

Dreamers’ Circus

Wednesday, October 5, 7:30 p.m. | Madsen Recital Hall

General Public Tickets On Sale: July 26, 2022

A new driving force in Nordic music, Dreamers’ Circus brings a contemporary and endlessly innovative approach to their music. This adventurous trio couples exquisite musicianship with exciting new arrangements and draws inspiration from the deep traditions of Nordic folk music.

VOCES8

Saturday, October 29, 7:30 p.m. | de Jong Concert Hall

General Public Tickets On Sale: July 26, 2022

After two past sold-out performances at BYU, VOCES8 returns to the BRAVO! Series this season. Since the octet’s founding in 2005, VOCES8 has attained international recognition for its concerts and recordings, which feature an extensive repertory. Noted as “undoubtedly gifted” by The Times (London), VOCES8 is equally at home singing Renaissance polyphony, jazz standards, and pop tunes. The ensemble’s concerts are beloved by a loyal fan base for the musicians’ engaging stage presence and musical precision, and their mission extends through world-class commissions and a devotion to music education.

Actors From the London Stage: Romeo and Juliet

Thurs.–Sat., January 26–28, 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. | Mainstage Theatre

General Public Tickets On Sale: September 13, 2022

The passion of youthful love is never more vivid than in Romeo and Juliet, arguably Shakespeare’s most beloved and well-known work. Alternating between laugh-out-loud comedy, exuberant romance, and wrenching tragedy, Romeo and Juliet features Shakespeare’s greatest romantic pairing: a star-crossed duo whose passion careens into disaster. Romeo and Juliet is as powerful as ever.

Hub New Music

Friday, February 3, 7:30 p.m. | The Box

General Public Tickets On Sale: September 13, 2022

Called “contemporary chamber trailblazers” by the Boston Globe, Hub New Music, composed of flute, clarinet, violin, and cello, is forging new pathways in the 21st-century repertoire. The ensemble’s ambitious commissioning projects and “appealing programs” (The New Yorker) celebrate the rich diversity of today’s classical music landscape. Its performances have been described as “gobsmacking” (Cleveland Classical), “innovative” (WBUR), and “the cutting edge of new classical music” (Taos News). Their performance at BYU will feature a world premiere of a piece composed by faculty member Kevin Anthony.

Gibney Dance

Friday, February 3, 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, February 4, 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. | Richard Building Theatre

General Public Tickets On Sale: September 13, 2022

Presenting a program of work by diverse choreographers, Gibney Dance Company is a revolutionary dance company committed to exploring connections between the rigorous physicality of contemporary dance alongside responsive, humanistic storytelling.

Imani Winds

Tuesday, February 7, 7:30 p.m. | Concert Hall

General Public Tickets On Sale: September 13, 2022

Celebrating over two decades of music-making, the twice Grammy-nominated Imani Winds has led both a revolution and evolution of the wind quintet through their dynamic playing, adventurous programming, imaginative collaborations, and outreach endeavors that have inspired audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Itzhak Perlman with the BYU Philharmonic

Wednesday, February 15, 7:30 p.m. and Thursday, February 16, 7:30 p.m. | Concert Hall

General Public Tickets On Sale: November 22, 2022

We welcome the incomparable Itzhak Perlman back for a rare two-night engagement, this time performing the Mendolssohn violin concerto with the BYU Philharmonic. The winner of fifteen Grammy Awards, four Emmy Awards, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Itzhak Perlman is a titan in the field of classical music.

Septura Brass

Saturday, February 18, 7:30 p.m. | Recital Hall

General Public Tickets On Sale: November 22, 2022

Septura brings together London’s leading players to redefine brass chamber music through the uniquely expressive sound of the brass septet. By creating a canon of transcriptions, arrangements, and new commissions for this brand-new classical configuration, Septura aims to recast the brass ensemble as a serious artistic medium.

Utah Symphony Family Series with FLY Dance Company

Tuesday, March 14 | Concert Hall

General Public Tickets On Sale: November 22, 2022

FLY is what happens when street dance and classical music meet! The entire family will love the pure fun of The Gentlemen of Hip Hop’s youthful energy, risk-taking movement, and clever choreography set to a mix of classical favorites. Watch them showcase the beauty and power of classical music and illustrate how well hip-hop movement can interpret it.

Gravity and Other Myths: A Simple Space

Tuesday, April 11, 7:30 p.m. | Mainstage Theatre

General Public Tickets On Sale: November 22, 2022

Described as “a total triumph”(The Guardian), Gravity and Other Myths is made up of seven acrobats who push their physical limits without reserve in a performance that is simultaneously raw, frantic, and delicate. This award-winning show is supported by driving live percussion and presented so intimately that audiences can feel the heat, hear every breath, and be immersed in every moment.