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This award-winning new work, based loosely on the myth of Icarus and Daedalus, is perfect for all ages. Nestled in a forest, far from civilization, flightless young Lyf is on the cusp of life-changing choices. Your whole family will find hope in this story of learning to let go and gaining the courage to fly. By Anne Negri. Directed by Julia Ashworth.   ** ASL Interpretation Available October 12th at 2pm. ** Sensory Friendly performance on October 16th at 7pm,…

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This award-winning new work, based loosely on the myth of Icarus and Daedalus, is perfect for all ages. Nestled in a forest, far from civilization, flightless young Lyf is on the cusp of life-changing choices. Your whole family will find hope in this story of learning to let go and gaining the courage to fly. By Anne Negri. Directed by Julia Ashworth.   ** ASL Interpretation Available October 12th at 2pm. ** Sensory Friendly performance on October 16th at 7pm,…

This award-winning new work, based loosely on the myth of Icarus and Daedalus, is perfect for all ages. Nestled in a forest, far from civilization, flightless young Lyf is on the cusp of life-changing choices. Your whole family will find hope in this story of learning to let go and gaining the courage to fly. By Anne Negri. Directed by Julia Ashworth.   ** ASL Interpretation Available October 12th at 2pm. ** Sensory Friendly performance on October 16th at 7pm,…

Occasional Noise Trio features works by renowned and emerging composers written for trombone, piano, and percussion. William Lang, Derin Oge, and Cesare Papetti explore the infinite, but frequently unvisited, soundscape of this unique instrumentation. Serialism, microtonality, and other acts of rebellion can be expected. Drawing on each player’s unique experiences, this trio presents a chemistry of technical precision and all-out cacophony. This BYU concert will feature works by guest composer Christian Gentry, as well as other works from their unique…

Gordon is retired as associate principal trumpet from the Fort Worth Symphony and serves as professor of trumpet and baroque trumpet at the University of North Texas.

Guest artist performance by Adam Gordon. Gordon is retired as associate principal trumpet from the Fort Worth Symphony and serves as professor of trumpet and baroque trumpet at the University of North Texas. View Program Here

Air Force Academy Band

This award-winning new work, based loosely on the myth of Icarus and Daedalus, is perfect for all ages. Nestled in a forest, far from civilization, flightless young Lyf is on the cusp of life-changing choices. Your whole family will find hope in this story of learning to let go and gaining the courage to fly. By Anne Negri. Directed by Julia Ashworth.   ** ASL Interpretation Available October 12th at 2pm. ** Sensory Friendly performance on October 16th at 7pm,…

Hammond B3 Jazz Organ Trio, featuring Steve Lindeman - organ; Kristen R. Bromley - guitar; Parker Swenson - drums; and other faculty guests

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.

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.

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