Archive for 2019

Salt Lake Symphony tackles Copland’s epic Third in style – Nov 11, 2019

The Salt Lake Symphony likes to tackle challenging works. And with […]

Dance Theatre of Harlem lively, magisterial in Ogden debut – Nov 10, 2019

The lobby of the Browning Center for the Performing Arts was […]

Fiery Rachmaninoff and de Falla ballet pair perfectly with the Utah Symphony – Nov 09, 2019

Sergei Rachmaninoff’s piano concertos always guarantee a pretty full house whenever […]

Ballet West II provides Grimm delights with “Snow White” – Nov 09, 2019

Like most fairy tales, Snow White features the traditional magical elements––a […]

Pioneer Theatre’s “Lifespan of a Fact” examines inconvenient truths – Nov 03, 2019

Pioneer Theatre Company is advertising The Lifespan of a Fact as “a showdown […]

Ballet West provides context and spectacle with “Balanchine’s Ballets Russes” – Nov 02, 2019

Typically a program note from an artistic director consists of a […]

November 14 – Nov 01, 2019

Pioneer Theatre Company Kareken, Murrell and Farrell: The Lifespan of a […]

Young conductor makes a fiery Utah Symphony debut with Russian program – Oct 26, 2019

This weekend’s Utah Symphony program in Abravanel Hall is an all-Russian […]

Ballet West to open season with bounteous Balanchine – Oct 22, 2019

In its brief two decades, the Ballets Russes attracted a roster […]

The bookends sag but the middle shines in Pioneer Theatre’s “Scoundrels” – Oct 19, 2019

In recent years, Pioneer Theatre Company has taken to presenting a […]