Events

Gloria! A Baroque Holiday Concert

Libby Gardner Concert Hall

The Utah Voices choir joins us for a concert of Baroque masterpieces. Handel’s Coronation Anthem, Zadok the Priest and Vivaldi’s masterwork Gloria bookend the program. Also featured is Bach’s Orchestra Suite No. 3, containing the memorable Air, one of classical music’s most beloved tunes. Come celebrate the Glory of the Season with glorious music!

Tickets will not be available at the door. Please visit the Utah Voices website to purchase tickets online in advance.

Summers Arts Piano Concerto Night

Libby Gardner Concert Hall

New assistant Conductor, Brandon Horrocks will conduct this program of winners from the 2022-2023 Summer Arts Piano Competition. An important collaboration with the UofU School of Music, the SLS gladly offers our services every year to celebrate and support young Utah talent.

Vienna Ball

UU Olpin Union Ballroom

It’s back! Don’t miss an evening of dancing at the U of U Olpin Ballroom. This is our only fundraiser of the year, and where else can you help a local musical ensemble by dancing the night away? The Mark Cheney Jazz Trio joins the SLS for a memorable evening of toe-tapping tunes plus a fun silent auction to help keep the music flowing! Tickets available for purchase at Brown Paper Tickets.

Welcome Spring!

Mid-Valley Performing Arts Center

Just a few days early, we welcome the coming of spring with a program of joy and budding potential. Assistant conductor Brandon Horrocks will conduct William Grant Still’s Festive Overture to open the concert and announce the coming happy season. Still is an important American composer and considered the “Dean of Black Composers,” writing over 150 compositions, many premiering in major music centers. Perhaps nothing defines spring and the coming green quite like Ralph Vaughan Williams A Lark Ascending. Filled with English charm, the work depicts its title most effectively, transporting the audience to the English countryside. Local violin virtuoso Kasia Sokol-Borup joins us as soloist. The program will be conducted by longtime Utah musical leader, Barbara Scowcroft. Maestra Scowcroft has chosen Brahms' 4th Symphony as the perfect ending to our welcome to spring. Brahms’s final work is perhaps his most controlled example of musical seeds blooming into life as a complete symphony.

Deep Imagination

Libby Gardner Concert Hall

Come explore the limitless musical imagination of composers with our varied April program. Prokofiev’s Classical Symphony, an orchestral favorite, is like a time capsule, a reimagining of modern music into old forms. We will also take a journey down the Moldau River in Smetana’s The Moldau (joined by some of Utah’s high school talent) and journey into the fantastical realms of King Solomon’s mind in Bloch’s Schelomo (with SLS principal cellist, Andrew Clement) and the entire orchestra takes us on a wild ride with a famous trickster, Til Eulenspriegel!

Family Outreach Concert: Tales from the Mist

Libby Gardner Concert Hall

We celebrate the diversity of composers and our audiences with our May Family concert. Tales from the Mist will take us into magical realms and even some real places, all composed by real people. It’s a story of US, the people that make up our human community. Appropriate for the whole family, this is a concert not to be missed!