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NOVA Chamber Music Series presents “An Afternoon of Serenades” including a premiere by Morris Rosenzweig.

NOVA Chamber Music Series presents “An Afternoon of Serenades” including a premiere by Morris Rosenzweig.

NOVA Chamber Music Series always curates a thoughtful program for their concerts. The composers they compile always relate to one another when it comes to the works being performed. This Sunday afternoon, their musicians will perform a selection of serenades by Mozart, Brahms and a string trio by Morris Rosenzweig (click here for an artist...

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Utah Symphony premieres new work by Augusta Read Thomas

Utah Symphony premieres new work by Augusta Read Thomas

When a symphony orchestra performs a concert that includes a Beethoven concerto, a Prokofiev symphony, and a world premiere composition by a living American composer, the chances of the premiere being able to withstand any comparisons are remote. But remote does not imply impossible. And EOS: Goddess of the Dawn (A Ballet for Orchestra)...

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Bells in the Belfry: Westminster College's Campanilismo

Bells in the Belfry: Westminster College’s Campanilismo

When Westminster College’s Converse Hall was first completed in 1907, and the bells began chiming, the view from this spot was of a bucolic dirt road, bordered with drainage ditches thick with willows, and surrounded by farmland and orchards. Imagining a future tree-tunnel that would shade the road between 1700 South and Emigration Creek where...

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An Improvised Beat: Jesse Quebbeman Turley Drums His Way to Composition

An Improvised Beat: Jesse Quebbeman Turley Drums His Way to Composition

You could say Jesse Quebbeman-Turley prefers the improvised life, but likes to play with structure. Like a true jazz musician, he goes with the flow and acts on impulse. He lives his life “as an indie band would.” He’s not interested in being the genius; he takes pleasure in collaborative work and thrives in the...

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Contemplations of the Beyond: NOVA Chamber Music Series

Contemplations of the Beyond: NOVA Chamber Music Series

One of our New Year’s resolutions here at 15 Bytes is to re-focus some of our attention on Utah’s music scene. You’ll find a couple of articles in the January edition, out early next week. This weekend NOVA, one of the 15 Bytes underwriters that make our coverage of music in Utah possible, will be...

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NOVA Performs Season's First Gallery Series Concert This Sunday

NOVA Performs Season’s First Gallery Series Concert This Sunday

Last year NOVA Chamber Music Series expanded their programming by adding a Gallery Series. This Sunday, NOVA presents the second season of the Gallery Series at Finch Lane with the final installment of Beethoven’s complete Sonatas for Violin and Piano, paired with newer works by Wolfgang Rihm, performed (again) by Utah Symphony Associate Concertmaster Kathryn...

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Utah Chamber Artists: Crossings

Utah Chamber Artists: Crossings

After spending the summer touring the churches and cathedrals of Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic, the Utah Chamber Artists are ready begin their season at home in Salt Lake City’s cathedral.

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Governor's Artist Awards - Roland Lee and Craig Jessop

Governor’s Artist Awards – Roland Lee and Craig Jessop

This week, Roland Lee and Craig Jessop were honored with a Governor’s Artist Award medal at the Governor’s Mansion in Salt Lake City. The awards are given annually to a visual artist and performing artist who “have made significant contributions to the arts in Utah.” Governor Gary Herbert and First Lady Jeanette Herbert made the presentations...

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Utah Chamber Artists' Voices

Utah Chamber Artists’ Voices

by Jannifer Hemingway Wood The Cathedral of the Madeleine opened its doors Monday evening to members in the community to come and enjoy not only the inspiring beauty of its structure, but as well, the stunning and moving talent of the Utah Chamber Artists and other musical guests under the direction of Dr. Barlow Bradford....

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Time to Move the Music Indoors

Time to Move the Music Indoors

As summer begins to simmer, so does outdoor concert season. We’ve had our fun in the sun, but performers are moving back indoors as are audiences. The temps may be cooling down, but the regular concert season is just warming up. Here are some big concerts sneaking up sooner than you think in Salt Lake...

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Eric Rich Collective Wednesday Night

Eric Rich Collective Wednesday Night

If you’ve been in Salt Lake City at all this summer you’ve seen them — the hordes of bearded and ironically mustachioed hipster kids riding their bikes around town. But one of their number stands out: Eric Rich, who hauls an upright piano with him on his way to the Farmer’s Market or other outdoor...

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Erykah Badu at Twilight Concert Series

Erykah Badu at Twilight Concert Series

by Robert Swift-Rodriguez photos by Zoë and Robert Rodriguez.   Thursday night’s crowd was much smaller than for many of the other acts of this summer’s Twilight Concert Series, and many of Erykah Badu’s fans were older than previous audiences. Lots of white wine drinkers, if you know what I mean. Still, they were just...

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