A review of Gerald Elias’ Danse Macabre mystery novel.
Utah Chamber Artists Executive Director Becky Durham sends us a post about the premier this Monday and Tuesday of a new work by composer J.A.C. Redford based on the brutal murder of the composer’s sister-in-law last December.
Two new pieces have been added to the lineup of the Utah Chamber Artists’ Chant & Contemplation Cathedral Collage concert, featured in this month’s edition of 15 Bytes. In a first-ever partnership, Utah Chamber Artists (UCA) and the Salty Cricket Composers Collective put out a call to commission […]
The Utah Symphony plays John Adams’ On the Transmigration of Souls, honoring the victims of the September 11th attacks.
Free festival at SUU combines art and music.
Jennifer Napier-Pearce previews the Utah Chamber Artists’ Collage Concert this month at the Cathedral of the Madeleine.
If you want to hear music by Benjamin Britten that is almost never performed and music that offers sounds you have rarely heard, then you will want to attend Intermezzo’s concert on Monday, July 11th.
Some films are as well-known for their scores as they are for any moving images or dialogue. Think Jaws or Indiana Jones. But far too often the film score is neglected by the public, critics and award ceremonies. With the Park City Film Music Festival, which runs at […]
In this month’s edition of 15 Bytes Laura Durham introduces us to the unique story of a globetrotting tenor.
Ed Reichel, former music critic for the Deseret News, responds.
by Crystal Young-Otterstrom Once upon a time I hated all music written after 1900. That statement was true for all music including pop and classical. Shocking, I know. Little by little I happened upon pieces of music that blew my mind, until I finally became the music nerd […]
Rounding Out Your Paideia by Laura Durham In ancient Greece, the “paideia” was the aristocratic system of education. It wasn’t about learning a trade or an art; it was about training a person for liberty and nobility. Paideia was the process of educating humans into their true form. […]