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From the performance stages of the Harris Fine Arts Center to the playing floor of the Marriott Center, and many venues in between, BYU students, faculty and staff are showcasing their talents, skills and education in entertaining and intellectual ways. In addition, campus draws some of the best and brightest from all over the world in every field of study, truly making the 'world our campus.' Many events are free and the community is encouraged to attend. 

SONY Recording Artist Lexi Walker will join BYU Synthesis April 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall of the Harris Fine Arts Center, BYU.

The performance begins with the “Violin Concert no. 1” by Dmitri Shostakovich with artist Alex Woods. The second half of the concert is given over to Sergei Rachmaninoff's famous “Symphony no. 2, in E Minor.”

Salonga’s return to BYU marks a much-anticipated night of standards and show tunes.

Concert Choir director, Matthew Nielsen

“There is nothing quite like the power of music in helping us to express emotions,” BYU Singers member Elisa Thurber said. “Performing and rehearsing never fails to be a healing experience for me."

The concert will also include the presentation of the United States National Amateur Cabaret Champions, and BYU students, Benjamin Ralph and Kayci Treu.

The director knew the team had to create space for the actors to run, and while this running would include some stylized choreography, the majority had to be true running. Luckily, he had the right man for the job.

Under the direction of Jean Applonie, Women’s Chorus has prepared a night full of variety including Baroque, contemporary, popular folk and hymns. 

The concert will feature music from Russia, Italy and America.

The performance will include “Incantation and Dance” and “Release the Hounds,” by Daniel Montoya as well as a piece honoring Rosa Parks. 

BYU production photo of 'Chariots of Fire'

After five years of work BYU has obtained the rights for the production. In preparation for the performance, seats were removed from the Pardoe Theatre to make room for a track that will run through the audience.