Tag: Utah Symphony

Shake, Rattle, and Roll with the Utah Symphony at Whole Lotta Shakin’–From Swing to Rock

By Amanda Berg Whittle Tomorrow (Saturday, 4/14) only, be sure to stop by Abravanel Hall for one of the most fun performances you’ll ever attend. Whole Lotta Shakin’–From Swing to Rock is a collaboration between the incredible Dave Bennett (along with his band) and the always amazing Utah Symphony. Jack […]

The Utah Symphony presents: Tchaikovsky’s “Little Russian” and Prokofiev with Conrad Tao at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City

By Ana Keele Abravanel Hall had its full house in Salt Lake City on their feet last night after the Utah Symphony’s performance of Tchaikovsky’s “Little Russian” and Prokofiev “Concerto No. 2” with special guest Conrad Tao. I had the opportunity to see Tao in  February for the Bernstein at […]

Oh, the Places You Will Go … Why Not Journey with the Utah Symphony?

By Jason Hagey and Alisha Hagey Utah Symphony presents Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham with Really Inventive Stuff theater company at Abravanel Hall in Salt Lake City. There are few things as magical as the laughter of children. The giggles were galore throughout Abravanel Hall as Kimberly Schroeder and Sara […]

Utah Opera’s Pagliacci/Gianni Schicchi is So Good, I Insist You See It in Salt Lake City

By Mary Brassard The Utah Opera isn’t just for stuffy old rich ladies with transatlantic accents. Oh no. I found out for myself just how dynamic and fun the Utah Opera really is when I went to the final dress rehearsal of Pagliacci/Gianni Schicchi on Thursday night. I was privy […]

The Utah Symphony presents Bernstein at 100: Symphony No. 2 with Conrad Tao at Abravanel Hall

By Ana Keele Conductor Thierry Fischer and the Utah Symphony bring Abravanel Hall to life with “Bernstein at 100: Symphony No. 2” with special guest Conrad Tao. The most surprising thing, for me, about this concert is it is actually three concerts in one. The performance starts with Saint-Saëns’ Dance […]

Utah Symphony’s Dancing and Romancing at Abravanel Hall is as Fancy and Fun as it Sounds

By Amanda Berg Whittle Utah Symphony‘s Dancing and Romancing at the beautiful Abravanel Hall is exactly what it sounds like. Fun, classic music celebrating great early Hollywood artists such as Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Eleanor Powell, and Gene Kelly, as performed by talented Broadway performers Joan Hess and […]