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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. 

The night will feature acclaimed audio book narrator Diane Dabczynski as the poetic voice accompanying the Symphonic Band’s performance.

The Brigham Young University Department of Dance presents dancEnsemble: an evening of new choreography on Friday, March 10 and Saturday March 11 at 7:30 p.m. with a Saturday matinee performance at 2 p.m. 

The group will perform in the Madsen Recital Hall and play “top ten” hits from the Baroque period including Vivaldi. 

Landmark is a student production that pays tribute to many of the people and productions that have made Broadway legendary for people around the world. The show will feature ballads and show stoppers from a variety of shows.

Written by recent BYU alumna Chandra Lloyd, happysadness went through a writer/dramaturge/actor workshop at BYU before being selected as the “Microburst” performance of 2017.

“Living Legends’ show this year is one that I think everybody would love to come to,” director Janielle Christensen said. “Even those who have seen the show for years will see a lot of new beautiful elements.”

Welcome Home is a 90-minute show portraying home and family in a dynamic musical featuring international hits. 

BYU Arts presents the Venice Baroque Orchestra and the acclaimed Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti in concert March 1.

Director Donald Peterson said he hopes the performance will bring in a large and varied audience due to the assortment of works included.

The group appears in concerts throughout Europe, North and South America, Israel, Australia and the Far East.