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BYU School of Music

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.      

Christian Smith, bassoon; Jared Pierce, piano

The World Premiere of Larry Lowe’s new Trumpet Sonata Jason Bergman, trumpet; Christi Leman, piano

This recital will feature a diverse palette of percussion instruments and musical styles. Coleman will be joined by fellow BYU Percussion faculty member Darren Bastian, as well as bandmates Kristen Bromley and Eric Hansen, who form jazz trio Groove Axis.

Featured soloists: Cassie Hyatt, soprano Charlie Jarvis, cello Nathan Fenwick, horn Nathan Winters, marimba John Burton, clarinet Emma Fuller, bassoon Brooke Ballard, piano

Featured soloists: Claire Peterson, violin Isaac Sanabria, bassoon Sarah Knight, soprano Damon Webb, Trombone Amberlee Woodhouse, piano Hyrum Kohler, viola Abigail Fuller, soprano Lauren Cain, piano

BYU Singers continues to showcase its ability to perform in a variety of musical styles. From cathedral classics to Latin folk music to….ABBA, this ‘eclectic’ mix of genres is sure to entertain and inspire. BYU Singers will be joined by guest artists, Concert Choir.

The Classical Percussion concert will feature the BYU Percussion Ensemble, directed by Matt Coleman, and the Tangents Percussion Quartet, directed by Darren Bastian.

A high-energy, fun, uplifting, and enjoyable show!

 A high-energy, fun, uplifting, and enjoyable show!

Men’s Chorus returns to the stage with their patented blend of hymns, folksongs, and spirituals—alongside works of master composers of yesteryear. You won’t want to miss an especially memorable collection of  bluegrass-inspired songs featuring special guest artists, BYU Mountain Strings.

Join BYU Syncopation for a night of mellow tones, tight harmonies, and deep grooves backed by the incredible faculty jazz combo, Groove Axis.

Selections by Dvorák, Debussy, Warlock, Copland, Rachmaninoff, and Ponchielli. Featuring faculty Nicole Brady as harp soloist.

for the past 45+ years, I have shared in the joy of making music with students, colleagues, and friends. Our concert will feature the music of Percy Grainger, Malcolm Arnold, George Gershwin, anfor the past 45+ years I have shared in the joy of making music with students, colleagues, and friends. Our concert will feature the music of Percy Grainger, Malcolm Arnold, George Gershwin, and Henry Fillmore. "Brassworks," our beloved BYU faculty brass quintet will be our featured artists in…

Featuring the music of Jean Sibelius, including the tone poem, Finlandia, and his Symphony No. 2

Women’s Chorus will showcase music in various styles and from different eras to uplift, encourage, and comfort the listener in an effort to build faith and allow all to HEAR HIM.


Apr. 07/2021
7:30 pm


Flute Choir

Apr. 07/2021
8:00 pm


Concert Choir is pleased to present a mix of historical and contemporary choral works, including Franz Joseph Haydn’s elegant Missa brevis Sancti Joannis de Deo, dubbed the “Little Organ Mass,” alongside beautiful selections by Johannes Brahms, Morten Lauridsen, Ola Gjeilo, and Rollo Dilworth. Also featured on the program is a poignant set of primary songs.  Concert Choir will be joined by guest artists, BYU Singers.

Conductor Donald Peterson concludes his 35-year BYU career and brings back a few of his favorite works including Armenian Dances and Lincolnshire Posy

Anamae Anderson, harp ensemble director; Dr. Nicole Brady, harp professor

The BYU Global Rhythm concert will feature world percussion music performed by Gamelan Bintang Wahyu, directed by Jeremy Grimshaw, and Panoramic Steel, directed by Darren Bastian.

Wonderful musical and cultural variety of choral gems, from reverent to rhythmic

Performing Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 2, “Little Russian”, and Paul Hindemith’s Symphonic Metamorphosis on Themes by Carl Maria von Weber

Jazz Combos

Apr. 14/2021
7:30 pm



May. 04/2021
7:30 pm


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