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Utah Symphony’s delightful “Candide” makes the best of all possible versions – Nov 10, 2018

The Utah Symphony is closing out its year-long Leonard Bernstein centennial …

Fischer, colleagues look forward to Utah Symphony debut of Bernstein’s “Candide” – Nov 06, 2018

The Utah Symphony will close out its Leonard Bernstein centennial celebration …

Ballet West’s “Jewels” shines brightly and memorably – Nov 05, 2018

For Ballet West audiences, Jewels is starting to feel like an …

Pioneer Theatre serves up a dark and tasty Halloween treat with “Sweeney Todd” – Oct 27, 2018

Considering how often Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of …

Violinist Philippe Quint delivers fiery advocacy with Litton, Utah Symphony – Oct 27, 2018

The Utah Symphony and guest conductor Andrew Litton have a decades-old …

Trio con Brio lives up to its name with dramatic Beethoven, Shostakovich – Oct 18, 2018

After several years’ absence, Trio con Brio returned to Libby Gardner …

NOVA Chamber Music starts a new era with wide-ranging diversity – Oct 15, 2018

Sunday’s season-opening concert of the NOVA Chamber Music Series saw the …

Utah Opera opens season with a moving and delightful “Roméo et Juliette” – Oct 14, 2018

With just a four-show season, Utah Opera artistic director Christopher McBeth …

Fischer, Utah Symphony jazz it up with Gershwin, Ravel and Schubert – Sep 29, 2018

If there truly is a popular classical music program, that doesn’t …

Utah Symphony opens season with dynamic Beethoven, quirky Norman – Sep 22, 2018

It’s a decades-old tradition that the Utah Symphony open its season …