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PROFESSIONAL PERFORMING ARTS AT BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
Celebrated musicians, innovative theatre-makers, acclaimed dancers, and a filmmaker—the best of the performing arts world—converge upon the stages of the Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center in this dynamic new season of inspiring performances. Join us as we explore the ways in which artists’ work compels us to be moved, inspired, and transformed.
SEASON TICKETS ON SALE MAY 7TH
BRAVO! SERIES FLEX PACKAGE–
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Season tickets go on sale May 7. Six different events must be ordered to purchase this package. Season subscribers save $3 on most BRAVO! performances and get access to the best seats. The cost of the flex package is based on the events you choose, seat location, and category price. Single tickets for individual BRAVO! events go on sale approximately four to six weeks prior to each performance.
HOW TO ORDER SEASON TICKETS
- Order online here.
- Call (801) 422-2981
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Circus and science collide in a gorgeous homage to the power of air. Flying umbrellas, larger-than-life balloons, giant kites floating over the audience, and the biggest snow globe you’ve ever seen will make you gasp in wonder and laugh until it hurts. The creation of husband-and-wife team Seth Bloom and Christina Gelsone, Air Play merges their circus and street theater performance art with the sculptural artistry of Daniel Wurtzel. With visual images seemingly drawn from the sky, this poetic ode…
Inspired by the resilience of the human spirit amidst devastating recent events worldwide, The 5 Browns present their program Rising Phoenix. With pieces ranging from past to present (Bach and the rock band Muse), classical to popular (Beethoven and The Beatles), intense to fun (Bartok and West Side Story), and emotional to triumphant (To Kill a Mockingbird and The Firebird), The 5 Browns take a panoramic approach to communicating with their audiences through this program.
Ira Glass is the creator, producer, and host of This American Life, the iconic weekly public radio program with millions of listeners around the world. In this evening-length engagement, Ira Glass shares lessons from his life and career in storytelling: What inspires him to create? What drives his passion? How have failures and successes informed his decisions? During this unique peek into his process, Ira Glass will mix stories live onstage and help his audience better follow the creative process…
Just in time to get in the holiday spirit, we welcome back the King’s Singers to the BRAVO series for an evening of Christmas classics. The King’s Singers have represented the gold standard in a cappella singing on the world’s greatest stages for over fifty years. They are renowned for their versatility and skill in performance, unrivaled technique, and consummate musicianship.
Ballet Hispánico is the Nation’s renowned Latino dance organization and one of America’s Cultural Treasures. Having just celebrated its 50th year as a company, this program reimagines some of the most iconic pieces from the company's legacy.
Love, loss, and creation merge unexpectedly in this thrilling classic gothic tale conceived by Manual Cinema. Combining handmade shadow puppetry, cinematic techniques, and innovative sound and music, Manual Cinema stitches together the classic story of Frankenstein with Mary Shelley's own biography to create a surprising and immersive story about the beauty and horror of creation.
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis (JLCO) comprises 15 of the finest jazz soloists and ensemble players today. Led by Wynton Marsalis, Jazz at Lincoln Center Managing and Artistic Director, this remarkably versatile orchestra performs a night of unforgettable jazz.
Nobuntu, the female a cappella quintet from Zimbabwe, has drawn international acclaim for its inventive performances that range from traditional Zimbabwean songs to Afro jazz to gospel. The ensemble’s concerts are performed with pure voices, augmented by minimalistic percussion, traditional instruments such as the Mbira (thumb piano), and organic, authentic dance movements.
Morris Robinson is considered one of the most interesting and sought-after basses performing today. Join us as Robinson, a regular at the Metropolitan Opera, brings his exquisite technique and sublimely low and reverberant bass to the series for an evening that is sure to inspire.
Equal parts singing, comedy, and community-building, the concept is simple: audience members get a lyric sheet at the door and are taught the vocal arrangement. We'll record a video of the impromptu choir formed by the audience who came together for the first time that evening. This truly unique event is sure to send you home feeling great!
Described by the Daily Telegraph as a “rare thing, a modern composer who is both popular and original,” Eric Whitacre is one of the most celebrated living composers, whose music has been revered and frequently performed by the BYU Choirs. These two entities will finally unite for an historic evening not only featuring treasured selections from Whitacre’s catalog performed by the BYU Choirs but will also be conducted and curated by Whitacre himself.