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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. 

Santa and Christmas Tree

The first concert of the winter season features the BYU Jazz Ensemble on Nov. 28.

Into the Woods: Cinderella (Libby Lloyd), Prince (Preston Taylor), Little Red Riding Hood (Hannah Pyper), Jack (Kristian Huff)

BYU's production of "Into the Woods" will open Nov. 17 in the Pardoe Theater

Ballet Showcase

New forms and approaches will be illuminated in this year’s production of Ballet Showcase, exhibiting the new direction the world of ballet has been heading in recent years.

dancEnsemble

The BYU Department of Dance will present "dancEnsemble" Nov. 10-11. The performances highlight contemporary dance and student creativity.

Scheherazade

“Scheherazade” by Rimski-Korsakoff is one of the most famous and popular classical works of all time, based on the classic folk tales, “One Thousand and One Nights,” also known as the “Arabian Nights.”

Baroque Ensemble Poster Art

“All of these composers spent significant amounts of time working, living and being influenced by a country other than their native origin. The results are truly amazing.”

Jazz Voices Members Photoshoot

The innovative vocal group will perform a concert filled with a variety of new arrangements and familiar tunes on Nov. 15.

BYU and The King's Singers have long been friends. It seems only fitting that The King's Singers include BYU in their 50th birthday celebrations by performing on campus in November. 

BYU Singers with conductor Andrew Crane at BYU de Jong Concert Hall 2017

The three concerts will feature a little bit of everything, from competitive choral repertoire to familiar toe-tapping tunes

Music Notes Dancing

Kirt Saville gives a sneak peek for the upcoming Symphonic Band concert, "A Song or Dance," which will be performed on Nov. 7.