JANUARY 2011 CALENDER FOR THE COVEY CENTER FOR THE ARTS
- Journey Dance Company
$12 and $15
Journey Dance Company is comprised of 10 professional dancers with specialties in various styles of dance, including Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, Ballroom, Hip Hop, Krump, and Modern. These dancers bring their styles together into a group that is eclectic and exciting. All different styles of dance will be featured in our performances.
- J. Kirk Richards Exhibit
6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Ongoing Exhibit M-Th 10-6; Friday 10-2
- Comfort and Joy
Art Exhibit-Secured Gallery
Gallery Stroll January 7
Ongoing Exhibit M-Th 10-6; Friday 10-2
$8 students/$10 general
Based in Provo, UT, the Noteworthy ladies seek to uplift all those that hear and see them sing. After producing highly acclaimed recordings, touring throughout the United States, and winning the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, it is no surprise that this nine-voice, all-female ensemble has quickly become one of the most popular collegiate a cappella groups in the nation.
- Front and Center
Front and Center Dance Academy was established in August 2007. Alexis Valgardson Levie is the owner and director. She has been dancing for 25 years, along with teaching for the past 13 years. Tonight’s performance will have pieces from the Nutcracker and other Holiday songs. Please join us in a night full of dance entertainment. We look forward to your attendance!
- Alice in Wonderland
The Dance Conservatory
January 14 and 15
5:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
- Utah Valley Symphony
Young Artists' Concert
January 19 and 20
$5; $10; $12; Group: $25
Young Artists' Concert Program
"Piangerola sortemia" from Guilio Cesare by Handel
Anna Victoria Humphries, Voice, age 17
Poem for Flute and Orchestra by Griffes
Catherine Winters, age 14
Piano Concerto No.2, First movement by Beethoven
Michael Xiao, age 12
Piano Concerto No.3, Third movement by Rachmaninoff
Ree Lu, age 16
Piano Concerto No.5, First movement by Beethoven
Arianne Sam, age 19
Concerto for Violin and Cello, Third movement by Brahms
Catherine and Rebekah Willey, ages 16 and 18
The Utah Valley Symphony's variety of musical styles is designed to uplift, educate, and entertain audiences. All of our conductors, including current maestro Dr. Bryce Rytting, have been outstanding leaders who enjoy sharing their love of music with others, orchestra and audience members alike. This cultural legacy will continue to grow through many concert seasons to come.
- Seasons of Love
Dinner and Drama
January 21 and 22
Enjoy this Broadway-style musical revue, Seasons of Love, featuring six outstanding performers and an equally accomplished pianist! And, as always, look forward to another absolutely delicious dinner on the main stage in the Covey Center performance hall. Dine under our soaring 75-foot fly loft, and see the hall from the performers' perspective.
• Love Me Tender roast beef
• What a Spud! potatoes
• Green salad and vegetables
• Freshly baked rolls
• Delightfully Decadent Dessert
Get your tickets NOW for this great musical evening—our dinner and dramas always sell fast!
Brinton Black Box Theater
Opens January 28
Runs January 29, 31, February 3-5, 7, 10 – 12
Did you enjoy You’ve Got Mail, or An Affair to Remember?
Then you’ll love Dial Tones: a heartwarming and humorous take on how two people find love, without ever actually meeting!
GET YOUR JUST DESSERTS!
Our Sweet Season is new this year. For the first two nights of each show only, you can enjoy a decadent dessert beforehand. Most nights, the director will drop in as well, to give you extra insights into the night’s performance. Come early (7 p.m.), reserve your seat in the theater, and then relax and enjoy your delicious dessert in the Covey Center Occasional Cafe. Purchase tickets to the show alone, or add dessert for just a little more. How sweet is that? Enjoy a different and delicious dessert with each Black Box play.
For Dial Tones (January 28-29 only),
--watch here for your scrumptious dessert choices!--
(Sweet Season tickets must be purchased at least 24 hours in advance. To buy Sweet Season, call our Ticket Office at 801-852-7007.)