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Christian Smith, bassoon; Jared Pierce, piano

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

Live stream featuring a host, interviews of human interest stories, and of course performances!

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

Everyone

Mar. 11/2021
7:30 pm

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The 15th century morality play Everyman—one of the first plays recorded in the English language—receives an update in BYU Theatre’s new contemporary production Everyone. When Everyone is called by Death to make a final reckoning of their life, they have to say goodbye to this world and prepare for the next. At turns ridiculous and sublime, this live digital production urges us to discover what matters the most in this one precious life we have been given.

BYU Theatre Ballet presents the beloved story ballet Giselle and the modern masterworks Airs by Paul Taylor and Choreographic Offering by José Limón.

Everyone

Mar. 12/2021
7:30 pm

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The 15th century morality play Everyman—one of the first plays recorded in the English language—receives an update in BYU Theatre’s new contemporary production Everyone. When Everyone is called by Death to make a final reckoning of their life, they have to say goodbye to this world and prepare for the next. At turns ridiculous and sublime, this live digital production urges us to discover what matters the most in this one precious life we have been given.

BYU Theatre Ballet presents the beloved story ballet Giselle and the modern masterworks Airs by Paul Taylor and Choreographic Offering by José Limón.

Everyone

Mar. 13/2021
7:30 pm

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The 15th century morality play Everyman—one of the first plays recorded in the English language—receives an update in BYU Theatre’s new contemporary production Everyone. When Everyone is called by Death to make a final reckoning of their life, they have to say goodbye to this world and prepare for the next. At turns ridiculous and sublime, this live digital production urges us to discover what matters the most in this one precious life we have been given.

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

Broadway Revue

Mar. 19/2021
7:30 pm

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Broadway Revue

Mar. 20/2021
7:30 pm

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

CANCELLED: Final Cut

Mar. 26/2021
12:00 am

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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

Synthesis

Apr. 07/2021
7:30 pm

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Flute Choir

Apr. 07/2021
8:00 pm

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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

Brassworks

May. 04/2021
7:30 pm

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