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Conductor Enrique Mazzola is passionate about bringing classical music to new audiences – Oct 17, 2021

For the first few months of the Covid-19 pandemic, conductor Enrique […]

Utah Opera returns with zany, colorful staging of Rossini’s “Barber” – Oct 11, 2021

A woman on stilts and a dream ballet featuring human-sized chickens […]

Li and Morlot bring serendipitous magic to Utah Symphony program – Sep 25, 2021

A few bumps are inevitable on the Utah Symphony’s road back […]

Hilary Hahn’s instinctual Brahms kicks off Utah Symphony season – Sep 20, 2021

Johannes Brahms wrote his Violin Concerto for the celebrated Hungarian virtuoso […]

“Ain’t Misbehavin’” gets the joint jumping again at Pioneer Theatre – Sep 11, 2021

Pioneer Theatre Company returned after a 547-day intermission Friday night with […]

Fischer closes Utah Symphony’s pandemic season with provocative eclecticism – May 28, 2021

Eclectic programming that juxtaposes works in a thought-provoking way has been […]

Jolivet concerto and Beethoven make engaging partners with Utah Symphony – May 21, 2021

In a welcome sign the pandemic may be coming to an […]

Ballet West returns live this fall in a season ranging from “Dracula” to Philip Glass – May 21, 2021

Ballet West will return to live, in-person performances for the 2021-22 […]

A spectrum of styles takes flight in Ballet West’s Choreographic Festival – May 13, 2021

For its fourth annual Choreographic Festival, Ballet West invited current and […]

Confused staging undoes Utah Opera’s downsized “Carmen” – May 10, 2021

Under the constraints of the pandemic, Utah Opera has done some […]