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Fifteen Grammy Awards, four Emmy awards, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom are just the tip of Itzhak Perlman’s immense reputation “iceberg” as the leading violinist of his time. This performance, Perlman’s first at BYU, is in celebration of Beethoven’s 250th birthday and will feature Beethoven’s famous Violin Concerto. The concert also features audience favorites Carnival Overture by Dvorak, and Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks by Strauss, both showpieces in their own right. This is BYU history in the making!
Emmy Award-winning Vocal Point, BYU's world-renowned all-vocal ensemble, pushes the limits of contemporary a cappella by combining tight harmonies, out-of this-world vocal percussion, and crisp choreography to deliver high-energy performances. Celebrated as one of the "greatest college a cappella groups of all time," Vocal Point's all-new concert will be unlike any you've seen before. From pop to rock and country to spiritual, Vocal Point's varied repertoire will bring something that everyone in the family can enjoy.
From the creators of The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik and It's Dark Outside comes a sensitive new show about friendship, loss, and new beginnings. The day Bernie, a boisterous puppy, and Mabel, a lonely widow, find each other is the beginning of a profound relationship. But Mabel is old, and Bernie is young—and suddenly alone. Combining puppetry, live action, and animation, New Owner takes audiences on an adventure through a dog's eyes. Internationally-renowned theatre makers, The Last Great Hunt gives audiences an engaging, challenging,…
This classic love story has been delighting audiences since its 1895 premiere. This re-staging features the BYU Philharmonic Orchestra and showcases the technical virtuosity and artistry of BYU Theatre Ballet.
Canada’s global orchestra, Kuné, explores and celebrates Canada’s cultural diversity and pluralism. The thirteen virtuoso musicians hail from all corners of the globe and play instruments as diverse as they are. Kuné, which means “together” in Esperanto, shares each musician’s cultural and musical traditions to create a band that looks and sounds like Canada today. The members of Kuné have formed a sound that is at once global and uniquely local. They illustrate what’s possible when we listen to each…
To skate or not to skate, that is the question! What do YouTubers, skateboarders, and Shakespeare have in common? Find out with Young Company’s vibrant adaptation of Hamlet—the context is modern, but the dialogue is just as the Bard wrote it. As Hamlet, Ophelia, and their friends hit the streets, they ask the soul-searching questions we all face. By William Shakespeare. Adapted and Directed by Teresa Love.
From the beloved novel of Peter and Wendy comes an evening of dance that merges the world of contemporary dance and the wonders of Neverland. This abstract-movement adaptation of the novel explores the peripheral characters and enviroment often overshadowed by the likes of Pan.
These concerts are part of the BYU Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival, with exciting guest artists to be announced. Directed by Ray Smith.
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…
The BYU Young Ambassadors are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their first appearance in the global spotlight. Their new show, Souvenirs, celebrates international friends around the world whose association has influenced company members white traveling in faraway places. The Young Ambassador Showband is featured in three show-stopping audience favorites.
The BYU Young Ambassadors are celebrating the 50th anniversary of their first appearance in the global spotlight. Their new show, Souvenirs, celebrates international friends around the world whose association has influenced company members while traveling in faraway places. The Young Ambassador show band is featured in three show-stopping audience favorites.
From songwriting duo Ashman and Menken (Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin) comes this deliciously devious sci-fi hit of both Broadway and Hollywood. Hopelessly nerdy Seymour must sacrifice love and blood to feed his beloved alien plant, who—unfortunately for humankind—has plans for global domination. By Howard Ashman and Alan Menken. Directed by George Nelson.