Stories from BYU Arts:
Giacomo Puccini's contrasting operas, "Suor Angelica" (a tragedy) and "Gianni Schicchi," (a comedy) will be presented together by BYU's School of Music.
Four of the School of Music’s top instrumental ensembles perform as part of a series of concerts that highlight the upcoming year’s performances.
“Roomful of Teeth” train and develop vocal techniques from around the world and highlight their unique and innovative sound through original compositions.
Known for her role as Angelica Schuyler Church in the original Broadway cast of "Hamilton," Renée Elise Goldsberry will perform a solo concert at BYU.
Directed by School of Music professor Lawrence Vincent, the opera is his last production after a 20-year career at BYU.
The Department of Theater and Media Arts presents the BYU premiere of "Argonautika," a play adapted from "The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts" by Tony Award-winning director/playwright Mary Zimmerman
Evening of Percussion features percussion music by BYU’s Percussion Ensemble directed by Matt Coleman, the Panoramic Steel ensemble directed by Ron Brough and the Gamelan Bintang Wahyu directed by Jeremy Grimshaw.
Interim Director Matthew Nielsen said the students always look forward to this end-of-year performance. In fact, the choir has been working on some of these pieces since September.
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