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BYU School of Music

https://music.byu.edu/
From classical to jazz to world beats, the BYU School of Music sponsors a variety of ensembles representing numerous styles and genres on the musical spectrum. Orchestras such as the BYU Philharmonic and Chamber Orchestra impress with their richly coordinated sounds. BYU Singers, Concert Choir, Men’s Chorus, and Women’s Chorus showcase the best of choral music at the university. Synthesis takes big-band jazz to a new level with every performance.      

A concert dedicated to the music of the four elements. Directed by Kirt Saville.  

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.

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 Showband is featured in three show-stopping audience favorites. Read more about the performance here.

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. Read more about the performance here.

1828: the last piano sonatas of Franz Schubert.

Jazz, Rags, and Blues.

Performance will feature the winners of the annual School of Music freshman/sophomore concerto competition. Conducted by Christian Smith.

World class Uinta Trio presents the powerful Smetena Piano Trio in G Minor and the majestic and melodious Piano Trio in B Major by Johannes Brahms. McQuay is a piano professor at BYU-I; Belknap is a violin professor at BYU; Pinnell is an internationally accomplished recording artist.

A variety of band works from around the world ending with American composer Micheal Martin's Lontano: Symphony for Wind Ensemble.

This always-thrilling concert featuring the graduate, senior, and junior winners of the annual School of Music concerto competition.

Come hear new and recent works for chamber ensembles, with and without electronics, by BYU master's and undergraduate composition majors. This concert will give you a sampling of the diverse sounds and ideas our advanced students are exploring.

Orpheus Winds

Mar. 12/2020
7:30 pm

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April Clayton, flute; Geralyn Giovannetti, oboe; Jaren Hinckley, clarinet; Laurence Lowe, horn; Christian Smith bassoon

BYU Jazz Legacy Band

Mar. 13/2020
7:30 pm

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"A Michael Hicks Retrospective," featuring performances by retiring faculty composer Michael Hicks from each of the decades he has studied or worked at BYU, including the Deseret String Quartet performing his 2016 work, the.

Jazz Lab Band

Mar. 25/2020
7:30 pm

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Woodwind Chamber Night

Mar. 26/2020
6:00 pm

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Brass Chamber Night

Mar. 26/2020
8:00 pm

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Scores of Young Ambassador alums will return from Broadway, national touring companies, cruise lines, regional theatres, and recording studios, as well as businesses, law firms, classrooms, studios, and homes across the country to join the current Young Ambassadors—and very special guest Marie Osmond—as they perform in a once-in-a-lifetime celebration 50 years in the making.

This event is not at the Harris Fine Arts Center; it will be held at the Tabernacle on Temple Square in Salt Lake.

BYU Percussion Ensemble: Matt Coleman - director; Gamelan Bintang Wahyu: Jeremy Grimshaw - director; Panoramic Steel: Darren Bastian - director.  

Scores of Young Ambassador alums will return from Broadway, national touring companies, cruise lines, regional theatres, and recording studios, as well as businesses, law firms, classrooms, studios, and homes across the country to join the current Young Ambassadors—and very special guest Marie Osmond—as they perform in a once-in-a-lifetime celebration 50 years in the making.

This concert will be held at The Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City.

Come hear the Chamber Orchestra present their Bon Voyage concert prior to the orchestra's tour of Scandinavia. The program will feature Mendelssohn's Italian Symphony and other favorites.

"Sound Infusions" A mix of jazz, rock, pop, Latin, and more.

String Chamber Night

Apr. 08/2020
5:30 pm

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Flute Choir

Apr. 08/2020
8:00 pm

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The BYU Philharmonic brings its season to a close with Elgar's Enigma Variations and Tchaikovsky's Francesca da Rimini.

Syncopation

Apr. 10/2020
7:30 pm

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Harp Solo & Ensemble

Apr. 11/2020
7:00 pm

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BYU Wind Symphony

Apr. 11/2020
7:30 pm

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The season's final Wind Symphony concert features David Maslanka's 10th (and final) Symphony. BYU is honored to have been part of the consortium that commissioned the work.

University Chorale

Apr. 14/2020
7:30 pm

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This performance features BYU's two non-auditioned choirs.

Jazz Combos

Apr. 15/2020
7:30 pm

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University Bands

Apr. 15/2020
7:30 pm

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Spring Opera

Jun. 10/2020
7:30 pm

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