Home » News
Home » News

Utah Chamber Artists' fourth and final concert of their season in May

Published April 4, 2013 10:00 am
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2013, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

Barlow Bradford will conduct the Utah Chamber Artists choir and orchestra in the fourth and final concert of their season on Monday, May 6.

The concert will be at 7:30 p.m. in Libby Gardner Concert Hall on the University of Utah campus. Utah Chamber Artists will present cellist Matthew Zalkind performing Franz Josef Haydn's Cello Concerto No.1.

Zalkind, a native of Salt Lake City, is the son of parents violist Roberta Zalkind, and trombonist Larry Zalkind, who are Utah Symphony musicians and perform frequently with the UCA Orchestra.

The choir and orchestra will be performing Gabriel Fauré's "Messe Basse." Composed in 1881 the work foreshadows the composer's more famous and beloved "Requiem."

Also on the program is another work by contemporary composer Morten Lauridsen, who is 70 this year.

Tickets may be purchased by calling Kingtix, 801-581-7100 or by going to utahchamberartists.org.

If purchased before May 6 - Adults: $15, students $10; If purchased the day of the concert – Adults $17.50, students $12. A shuttle will run from the Rice-Eccles Stadium to Libby Gardner Concert Hall






Reader comments on sltrib.com are the opinions of the writer, not The Salt Lake Tribune. We will delete comments containing obscenities, personal attacks and inappropriate or offensive remarks. Flagrant or repeat violators will be banned. If you see an objectionable comment, please alert us by clicking the arrow on the upper right side of the comment and selecting "Flag comment as inappropriate". If you've recently registered with Disqus or aren't seeing your comments immediately, you may need to verify your email address. To do so, visit disqus.com/account.
See more about comments here.
comments powered by Disqus