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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Utah Chamber Artists Collage Concert - The Cathedral - 9/17/12 - plus other season dates -

Utah Chamber Artists Announces 2012-2013 Concert Season

Utah's premier choir and orchestra ensemble opens season with popular Cathedral Collage Concert, four-program series features guest artists Fry String Quartet, Matthew Zalkind

Salt Lake City -  Utah Chamber Artists launches its 22nd concert season this September with the extremely popular Collage Concert at the Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City. The eagerly anticipated concerts have been a part of Utah Chamber Artists annual season for 16 years. It will take place on Monday September 17th at 8:00 PM in the Cathedral. The concert is free to the public and no tickets are required.  This year?s program is entitled ?Shadows and Light?. The unique concert format involves continuous music by the entire ensemble, smaller groups, and guest soloists. Each selection is performed from a different part of the cathedral enhanced by lighting coordinated by lighting director Chip Dance. Douglas O?Neill, Cathedral of the Madeleine organist will also be performing
We are delighted to feature The Fry Street Quartet this year. Members Robert Waters, Rebecca McFaul ? violins, Bradley Ottesen, viola, and Ann Francis Bayless, cello will perform music of Janacek, Brahms, Beethoven and Kaminsky. The quartet will also perform with the choir in ?Dark Night of the Soul? with music by Ola Gjeilo and text by St. John of the Cross. The 14-minute piece ?shifts between shadows and light? and is composed for choir, string quartet and piano. The quartet will also join the choir in arrangements Bach?s ?Jesu Joy of Man?s Desiring? and Vivaldi?s ?Domine Fili Unigenite?.
Ticket Information:
Tickets may be purchased through Kingtix.com or by calling 801-581-7100
EARLY BIRD PRICES when purchased before the date of concert    Adults $15.00 Students $10.00  -service charges will apply
THEREAFTER:  Adults: $17.50 Students $12.00  -  service charges will apply
$5.00 for the first 25 students with ID to purchase tickets at the Box Office for each concert
The remaining three concerts of Utah Chamber Artists'  2011-12 Series are:
Christmas 2012: Carols of Burt, Betinis, & Bradford
Many of us have either sung or heard the beloved carols of the venerable Alfred Burt whose annual Christmas card to friends and family included a new composition each year for the holiday season.  (Alfred Burt?s father, the Reverend Bates Burt, actually began the tradition and delivered 15 carols and cards over the course of his lifetime.) Burt?s grand- niece Abbie Burt Betinis, resumed her uncle?s tradition. She is an accomplished composer and 2009 McKnight Fellow. Her carols are a lovely addition to the music of the season and Dr. Bradford will introduce some of them to Utah audiences. We?ll also sing a few of the traditional Burt carols and some new Christmas selections of Barlow Bradford.
December 6, 2012  7:30 PM
Libby Gardner Concert Hall
?Mendelssohn & ... Minnesota??
Monday February 25, 2013
Libby Gardner Concert Hall    - 7:30 PM
Barlow has programmed some of his Mendelssohn favorites and selections of choral music from among the vast array of composers hailing from one of the most vital choral music centers in the country.
Mendelssohn?s Psalms 114 and 115 for choir and orchestra
?The Hebrides Overture?
Guest Artist: Matthew Zalkind, cello 
Monday May 6, 2013
Libby Gardner Concert Hall   - 7:30 PM
This spring we have brought together a combination of musical works from numerous time periods, genres, and sources. Together they will become a new composition of sorts. Our intent is to create a listening experience that will offer the best of a variety of styles and artistic expression. We are very pleased to feature guest artist Matt Zalkind to our UCA family. Matt is the son of Larry and Roberta Zalkind, who have performed with Utah Chamber Artists many times over the years.
Haydn Cello Concerto No. 1 in C major
?Les Chansons des Roses? - Morten Lauridsen
"Messa Basse" - Gabriel Faure 
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