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Utah Chamber Artists to tour Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic ... without me

Published August 20, 2013 2:18 pm
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Now in their 23rd year, Utah Chamber Artists and Artistic Director Barlow Bradford present their annual concert series that will culminate in a tour of Germany, Austria, and the Czech Republic.

I hope they invite me. Good news story. Really. The Utah Chamber Artists choir will travel to Munich, Vienna, Salzburg and Prague in June 2014.

Prior to that, the ensemble will share the tour repertoire with Utah audiences. Programs will include music of Benjamin Britten and Witold Lutoslawski, both celebrating their centenaries in 2013.

The musicians of the choir and orchestra will be joined by the University of Utah Chamber Choir in February to present Brahm's "Ein Deutches Requiem." Soloists include Jason Hardink, John Eckstein, Craig Jorgensen, Michael Chipman, among others. Concert Details: "Voices"Collage Concerts September 16, 17Cathedral of the Madeleine 8:00 PM FREE to the publicMusic of Gesualdo, Bach, Britten, Eriks Edvalsens, and a premiere by Dale Warland (commissioned by a consortium of choirs from across the country.)Soloists:Jason Hardink – pianoCraig Jorgensen – organJohn Eckstein – celloMichael Chipman – baritone "Tis the Season"Christmas ConcertDecember 9Libby Gardner Concert Hall 7:30 PMCeremony of Carols – Benjamin BrittenPolish Carols – Witold LutoslawksiNew carols by Barlow Bradford "For They Shall be Comforted"Brahms RequiemFebruary 24Libby Gardner Concert Hall 7:30 PMUniversity of Utah Chamber ChoirMichael Chipman – baritoneCelena Shafer – soprano "Where Music Takes Us"Tour previewMay 5Libby Gardner Concert Hall 7:30 PMMass for Double Choir – Frank Martin Tickets may be purchased by calling Kingtix, 801-581-7100 or by going to utahchamberartists.org.Early bird prices - Adults: $15, Students: $10, plus service chargeDay of the concert – Adults: $17.50 Students: $12, plus service charge




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