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Kim Petras — Electrifying at The Depot

Kim Petras — Electrifying at The Depot

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

December 7, 2019

For the second-to-last stop in the United States on her “Clarity Tour,” Kim Petras played for a wildly energetic crowd at The Depot on Dec. 5. With her insane vocal talent that rose above and beyond what her recordings represent and a visually captivating show that few artists could pull off, the...

Lily & Madeleine Deliver Vulnerable Indie Folk Set

Lily & Madeleine Deliver Vulnerable Indie Folk Set

By Oakley Burt, Arts Writer

November 16, 2019

Salt Lake City’s music scene comes alive on Friday nights with venues in the downtown area hosting a wide variety of artists. This Friday was no different at the quirky venue The State Room, boasting a sold-out show of indie folk artists including Penny & Sparrow and Lily & Madeleine. Sister...

Live Instrumental Energy from Judah & the Lion

Live Instrumental Energy from Judah & the Lion

By Ray Gill, Arts Writer

October 16, 2019

Judah & the Lion took on the relatively small stage at the Union Event Center in Salt Lake City with an impressive setup. From a wide range of instruments throughout their performance to a powerful light show, no corner of the stage was left without their distinctive energy. The trio Judah &...

‘Malibu Nights’ in Salt Lake City

‘Malibu Nights’ in Salt Lake City

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor

June 12, 2019

  Los Angeles, California-based alternative pop band LANY came to Utah on a beautiful Tuesday summer night. Their show at the Great Saltair housed nearly 6,300 fans on their “Malibu Nights” tour and every moment of their concert was beautiful. With songs from a “wonderfully cathartic brea...

Visiting Professor Viktor Valkov Impresses in His Faculty Recital

Visiting Professor Viktor Valkov Impresses in His Faculty Recital

By Josh Petersen, Digital Managing Editor

January 23, 2019

  It was a rainy night on Jan. 17, but for the audience inside the Libby Gardner Concert Hall, there was an entirely different kind of thunder. In his faculty recital, Department of Music visiting professor Viktor Valkov showed off his technical skill on a wide range of piano selections. Throughout...

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