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Jared Benson is an expert with an international reputation on digital typography and interface design. He actively leads the creative design practice at Punchcut in San Francisco. Under his leadership, Punchcut collaborates with clients and partners - Visa, Nissan, Ford, Fitbit, Google, Disney, eBay, LG, Skype, Toyota, WalMart, Cisco, CNN, Discovery Channel, the list goes on and on - to envision and create next-generation interfaces for a connected world. Jared is the co-founder of typophile.com, a prominent online gathering space…

Student Piano Recital

Guest Artist Andrew Smith, Cello

Student Voice Recital

Student Viola Recital

Standout British choral group Tenebrae returns to BYU this season and will be joined by the BYU Singers and Concert Choir. Stephen Paulus’s poignant Pilgrim’s Hymn—a work sung at the funerals of former US presidents Reagan and Ford—sets the tone for an evening of sacred music, which centers on Joby Talbot’s Path of Miracles, a musical exploration of the traditional Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in northwestern Spain. With lighting, movement, and the glorious traditions of sacred choral repertories, this promises…

Haesue Lee is the first Korean prize winner of the Primrose International Viola Competition. She has studied, performed, and won prestigious awards around the globe.

BYU Noteworthy

Feb. 28/2020
7:30 pm

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Noteworthy is one of BYU's top a cappella ensembles, comprised of nine powerhouse female vocalists. With a varied repertoire - including pop, rock, jazz, hip-hop, and spiritual music - Noteworthy has something for everyone. In 2007, Noteworthy was named the winner of the International Championship of College A Cappella (ICCA), becoming only the 2nd all-female ensemble to win the competition in its 23-year history. Noteworthy has since appeared on NBC's hit show The Sing-Off, released 7 albums, and become a YouTube…

Inspired by the words and actions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “We Shall Overcome” showcases music that moved and motivated generations of civil rights activists and defenders, interwoven with recordings of Dr. King’s electrifying speeches. A living lineage of music and culture, this performance celebrates both traditional and modern gospel, classical, jazz, Broadway, and spiritual genres. Prodigy, producer, and Sphinx Medal recipient Damien Sneed possesses a unique understanding of each genre, which allows him to fluidly cover so much…

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