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Utah Music articles published in 15 Bytes, Utah’s art magazine, including classical, chamber, jazz, world, experimental.

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Charlotte Bell: Artist Profile

Charlotte Bell’s striking silver hair hangs to the middle of her back, her voice is quiet, and she walks with anticipation: pointing to the towering trees, florets of allium, and the neighborhood’s 100-year-old roses. Walking with her feels oddly like stepping out of Salt Lake—the noise and rush—into […]

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Say “Si” to Mexican Opera

This Saturday, The Utah Opera is presenting Florencia en el Amazonas — their first ever opera sung in Spanish. Mexico’s Daniel Catán was first performed in 1996 as a commission for Houston Grand Opera, Los Angeles Opera and Seattle Opera and was the first Spanish-language opera to be commissioned by major United […]

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DIDO AND AENEAS, next on ET

This Friday and Saturday Westminster will showcase its first fully-staged opera. Written by Henry Purcell in 17th Century England, the opera is 400 years old, but you wouldn’t know it watching this particular production. Those familiar with the story know Dido as the queen of Carthage in ancient […]