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The season promises exhilarating live performances by the crème de la crème of the performing arts world
This year’s program is particularly diverse with everything from instrument sections on stage, a choral transcription, and even Christmas favorites in minor keys.
The concert features dance music from around the world, including Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, France, England, Argentina and the United States.
Originally released in 2013, Set Apart was produced with the intention to support the surge in missionary effort after the minimum age for serving was lowered. This latest Christmas download includes a special song about baptism.
The concert includes all of BYU’s auditioned choirs, along with the BYU Philharmonic and two faculty members from the School of Music.
In November and December there are more than 200 TubaChristmas Concerts scheduled in cities throughout the U.S. and Canada. Be a part of one as a performer or audience member this year at BYU.
The longest running annual Christmas production at BYU opens Friday, Dec. 2 featuring more than 200 dancers, singers and musicians with colorful costumes and captivating choreography.
Public radio’s beloved program "Selected Shorts" comes to Provo with a very special theme: Modern Fairy Tales. Featuring guest celebrities Rene Auberjonois, Jane Kaczmarek and Zach Grenier.
BYU’s Jazz Ensemble offers much more than the “bare necessities” as its jungle-themed Un-Common Variety Show swings into action Friday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall.
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