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Ballet West’s beloved “Nutcracker” shines like a diamond in 75th anniversary – Dec 08, 2019

It’s not often that a U.S. Congressman introduces a performance of […]

Things go perfectly off the rails in Pioneer’s hilarious “Play That Goes Wrong” – Dec 07, 2019

What if the cast and crew of Nothing On — the play-within-a-play in Noises […]

December 10 – Nov 27, 2019

Pioneer Theatre Company Lewis, Sayer and Shields: The Play That Goes […]

A powerful “Rite” and dazzling Mozart from Utah Symphony, Fellner – Nov 23, 2019

Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring is a classical mainstay and a favorite […]

From Bartók to Roens, a delightful study in “Contrasts” at NOVA concert – Nov 19, 2019

The title for Sunday afternoon’s NOVA Chamber Music series concert in […]

Utah Symphony’s Gershwin feast takes flight, with a maestro switch – Nov 16, 2019

A George Gershwin extravaganza is on tap at the Utah Symphony […]

Penderecki Piano Trio shows sharp ensemble in reshuffled program – Nov 15, 2019

Named after Poland’s leading contemporary composer Krzysztof Penderecki, the Penderecki Trio […]

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 […]