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Emmanuel Pahud Performs Mozart’s Magic Flute Fantasy: A Night of History and Performance

By Zach Anderson, Arts Writer February 8, 2023

  On Feb. 3 and Feb. 4, the Utah Symphony played with Emmanuel Pahud, the principal flute of the Berlin Philharmonic, at Maurice Abravanel Hall. They performed a collection of beloved classics,...

(Photo by Heather Hopkins | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

‘Vivaldi by Candlelight’: 40th Year Anniversary

By Heather Hopkins, Arts Writer December 13, 2022

  "Vivaldi by Candlelight" symphony fundraiser returned to Salt Lake City with a spectacular performance in downtown’s First Presbyterian Church. International Bridges This year marks the 40th...

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A Night Alone at the Utah Symphony

By Luke Jackson, Arts Editor November 2, 2021

  By no stretch of the imagination would I call myself a connoisseur of the symphony. I’ve been a handful of times, mostly at the forceful hand of my sweet mother; but if they weren’t playing...

(Justin Prather | The Daily Utah Chronicle).

SummerArts Piano Competition Provides Key Opportunities to Pianists

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor June 17, 2019

  Held annually through the University of Utah's School of Music, the SummerArts Piano Competition acts as an opportunity for young pianists of the Salt Lake Valley to showcase their talents while...

Symphony commemorates former U president

November 19, 2014

U faculty, students, alumni and fans filled Abravanel Hall last Friday night. Musicians and artists dressed in red walked down a crimson carpet, ready to perform and remember with a concert dedicated to...

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