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Patti LuPone and Itzhak Perlman Among Artists Headed to BYU for 2019-20 BRAVO! Season
The 2019-20 season will open with a concert by Broadway and West End star Patti LuPone, coming to BYU fresh from performing in a London reimagining of Stephen Sondheim’s Company.
Persistence pays off for 70-year-old film graduate
“There have been times where I’ve felt like I couldn’t do all that is expected of me. In those times, I would step out of the HFAC and hear the bell tower play ‘Come, Come, Ye Saints’ and I knew it would all be okay. That bell tower was my friend, and that small tune kept me going.”
BYU graphic design student tops national competition at CommandX
Ainsley Rose Romero, a senior at Brigham Young University graduating in graphic design, beat out students and young professional graphic designers from around the country to win Command X, the graphic design equivalent of Chopped, American Idol or The Great British Baking Show.
BYU multicultural advertising students recognized as nation’s ‘most promising’
Four BYU seniors in advertising — Lorien Pereyra, Pablo Perez, Erin Gazdik and Jessica Nugent -— were selected for the Most Promising Multicultural Students Program class of 2019 by the American Advertising Federation (AAF).
BYU professor’s film short gets Sundance premiere, wins Jury award
Less than one percent of submissions to the Sundance Film Festival get accepted. BYU photography professor Robert Machoian Graham is familiar with the odds, but he’s also managed to defy them.
New documentary sparks conversation on dancing and ageism
Dance professor Kate Monson's short documentary explores the identity crisis a professional dancer can feel when age and injury come into play.
'Power player' flutist wins top national competition
She stumbled through the semifinal round of the biggest competition of her life. Then some key advice from a judge helped BYU senior Catherine Boyack become one of the youngest winners ever of the National Flute Association Young Artist Competition.
Fighting bad air quality with ... dance?
A BYU dance professor just released "Air Transit," a four-part series of online contemporary and hip-hop dance videos that reflect the dangers associated with poor air quality and promote public transportation.
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