Pre-college students play for a panel of professional musicians and faculty at Weber State's premiere, noncompetitive, jazz festival. The WSU Jazz Ensemble and a nationally recognized guest artist round out this COOL evening of HOT jazz!
THIERRY FISCHER, conductor
NAREK HAKHNAZARYAN, Cello
BRAHMS | Academic Festival Overture
SHOSTAKOVICH | Cello Concerto No. 1
BRAHMS | Symphony No. 2
Looking for the perfect getaway? Then enjoy a night with the Utah Symphony that’s as rejuvenating as a long trip in the country. Brahms' masterful contradictions will transport you into a state of rustic bliss.
RANDALL CRAIG FLEISCHER, conductor
DEBBIE GRAVITTE, KLEA BLACKHURST, RON RAINES, JASON GRAAE, SCOTT COULTER, AND JOHN BOSWELL, vocalists
From "Hello, Dolly" and "Mame" to "Mack and Mabel" and "La Cage aux Folles," Jerry Herman's songs have lit up Broadway for decades with toe-tapping, soul-stirring musical showstoppers. Now he's sharing his great musical legacy with a new generation of music lovers.
Noteworthy, BYU’s top female a cappella ensemble, delivers a power-packed concert that combines vocal percussion, humor and a tight harmony. Noteworthy’s varied repertoire includes all genres of music—from rock to pop, country to jazz, R&B to musical theatre—making the group a crowd favorite. The performers take songs from the radio and deliver a new rendition, mimicking complex instrumentation with just their mouths and voices. Their powerful, energetic concerts are full of humor and heart, class and charm.
Weber State University's Spring Choirfest will feature many classical pieces along with contemporary works. You will not want to miss this once a semester event!