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            • Jazz Trumpeter Byron Stripling
              07:30 PM
              Pops
              Jazz Trumpeter Byron Stripling
              07:30 PM
              Abravanel Hall

              Charismatic jazz trumpeter Byron Stripling takes the stage with Grammy-nominated singer Carmen Bradford, alongside our symphony, for a thrilling performance of jazz standards by Gershwin and more. Every selection on this vibrant program was recorded by Louis Armstrong—and many were also recorded (and made famous by!) his friends and legendary singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, and Bing Crosby.

              Featuring favorites like “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “I Got Rhythm,” “I Won’t Dance,” “They Can’t Take That Away from Me,” “The Birth of the Blues,” and many more, this tribute to Louis’ legacy is guaranteed to jazz up your night out on the town!

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            • Jazz Trumpeter Byron Stripling
              07:30 PM
              Pops
              Jazz Trumpeter Byron Stripling
              07:30 PM
              Abravanel Hall

              Charismatic jazz trumpeter Byron Stripling takes the stage with Grammy-nominated singer Carmen Bradford, alongside our symphony, for a thrilling performance of jazz standards by Gershwin and more. Every selection on this vibrant program was recorded by Louis Armstrong—and many were also recorded (and made famous by!) his friends and legendary singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, and Bing Crosby.

              Featuring favorites like “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “I Got Rhythm,” “I Won’t Dance,” “They Can’t Take That Away from Me,” “The Birth of the Blues,” and many more, this tribute to Louis’ legacy is guaranteed to jazz up your night out on the town!

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                        • Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                          07:30 PM
                          Utah Opera
                          Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                          07:30 PM
                          Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                          Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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                          • Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                            07:00 PM
                            Utah Opera
                            Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                            07:00 PM
                            Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                            Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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                            • Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                              07:00 PM
                              Utah Opera
                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                              07:00 PM
                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

                            14
                            • Peter and the Wolf
                              07:00 PM
                              Utah Symphony in Ogden (Onstage Ogden)
                              Peter and the Wolf
                              07:00 PM
                              Austad Auditorium at the Val A. Browning Center
                              For nearly nine decades, kids have discovered the symphony orchestra through Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf—the tale of a young boy who captures a menacing wolf with the help of his animal friends! As the charming story is narrated, the music vividly illustrates the adventure with different instruments representing each character—from the chirping bird played by the flute, to the grumbling grandfather depicted by the bassoon, to Peter’s own heroic melody singing out in the strings. And in a delightful twist, audiences will get to hear from the Duck’s perspective following Peter’s success in besting the wolf. It’s not easy being stuck inside a big, scary wolf for that long! Created by Andrew Maxfield, this captivating new composition helps add a bit more context to this time-honored story.
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                            • Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                              07:30 PM
                              Utah Opera
                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                              07:30 PM
                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

                            16
                            • Peter and the Wolf
                              11:00 AM
                              Family Series
                              Peter and the Wolf
                              11:00 AM
                              Abravanel Hall

                              For nearly nine decades, kids have discovered the symphony orchestra through Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf—the tale of a young boy who captures a menacing wolf with the help of his animal friends! As the charming story is narrated, the music vividly illustrates the adventure with different instruments representing each character—from the chirping bird played by the flute, to the grumbling grandfather depicted by the bassoon, to Peter’s own heroic melody singing out in the strings.

                              And in a delightful twist, audiences will get to hear from the Duck’s perspective following Peter’s success in besting the wolf. It’s not easy being stuck inside a big, scary wolf for that long! Created by Andrew Maxfield, this captivating new composition helps add a bit more context to this time-honored story.

                            • Peter and the Wolf
                              12:30 PM
                              Family Series
                              Peter and the Wolf
                              12:30 PM
                              Abravanel Hall

                              For nearly nine decades, kids have discovered the symphony orchestra through Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf—the tale of a young boy who captures a menacing wolf with the help of his animal friends! As the charming story is narrated, the music vividly illustrates the adventure with different instruments representing each character—from the chirping bird played by the flute, to the grumbling grandfather depicted by the bassoon, to Peter’s own heroic melody singing out in the strings.

                              And in a delightful twist, audiences will get to hear from the Duck’s perspective following Peter’s success in besting the wolf. It’s not easy being stuck inside a big, scary wolf for that long! Created by Andrew Maxfield, this captivating new composition helps add a bit more context to this time-honored story.

                            17
                            • Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                              02:00 PM
                              Utah Opera
                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                              02:00 PM
                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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                                    • Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto: Finishing Touches Rehearsal
                                      10:00 AM
                                      Finishing Touches
                                      Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto: Finishing Touches Rehearsal
                                      10:00 AM
                                      Abravanel Hall

                                      Start your morning off right with brunch bites and a behind-the-scenes look at the process of bringing our concerts to the stage. Finishing Touches gives our audience the opportunity to observe working rehearsals; selections from the program will be rehearsed at the discretion of the conductor.

                                      Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto—written for acclaimed British percussionist Colin Currie—showcases the vast range of moods percussion instruments can create. But when it comes to the finale: “It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s fireworks, and it’s a roof-raiser,” says Elfman, best known for his colorful film scores. Opening the program is a work for solo marimba by Bryce Dessner of alternative rock band The National. The pairing with Brahms’ Romantic-era masterpiece—a symphony 14 years in the making—places this program as one of our season favorites.

                                    • Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto
                                      07:30 PM
                                      Masterworks Series
                                      Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto
                                      07:30 PM
                                      Abravanel Hall

                                      Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto—written for acclaimed British percussionist Colin Currie—showcases the vast range of moods percussion instruments can create. But when it comes to the finale: “It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s fireworks, and it’s a roof-raiser,” says Elfman, best known for his colorful film scores. Opening the program is a work for solo marimba by Bryce Dessner of alternative rock band The National. The pairing with Brahms’ Romantic-era masterpiece—a symphony 14 years in the making—places this program as one of our season favorites.

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                                    • Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto
                                      07:30 PM
                                      Masterworks Series
                                      Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto
                                      07:30 PM
                                      Abravanel Hall

                                      Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto—written for acclaimed British percussionist Colin Currie—showcases the vast range of moods percussion instruments can create. But when it comes to the finale: “It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s fireworks, and it’s a roof-raiser,” says Elfman, best known for his colorful film scores. Opening the program is a work for solo marimba by Bryce Dessner of alternative rock band The National. The pairing with Brahms’ Romantic-era masterpiece—a symphony 14 years in the making—places this program as one of our season favorites.

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                                              • Dvorák’s Violin Concerto
                                                07:30 PM
                                                Masterworks Series
                                                Dvorák’s Violin Concerto
                                                07:30 PM
                                                Abravanel Hall

                                                Close out Women’s History Month and join us as conductor Anna Rakitina and violinist Sirena Huang make their debut on our stage. Huang, an international competition gold medalist, performs Dvořák’s Violin Concerto, inspired by traditional Czech dances and sure to be felt in every limb. Sibelius’ First Symphony is consuming, closing with the passionate Quasi una fantasia (“Like a Fantasy”). Also featuring Smetana’s Šárka—based on the Czech legend of an uprising of women called “The Maiden’s War”—this performance is a testament to all that women can do.

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                                              • Dvorák’s Violin Concerto
                                                07:30 PM
                                                Masterworks Series
                                                Dvorák’s Violin Concerto
                                                07:30 PM
                                                Abravanel Hall

                                                Close out Women’s History Month and join us as conductor Anna Rakitina and violinist Sirena Huang make their debut on our stage. Huang, an international competition gold medalist, performs Dvořák’s Violin Concerto, inspired by traditional Czech dances and sure to be felt in every limb. Sibelius’ First Symphony is consuming, closing with the passionate Quasi una fantasia (“Like a Fantasy”). Also featuring Smetana’s Šárka—based on the Czech legend of an uprising of women called “The Maiden’s War”—this performance is a testament to all that women can do.

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                                                            Mar
                                                            Fri
                                                              Pops
                                                              Jazz Trumpeter Byron Stripling
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              Charismatic jazz trumpeter Byron Stripling takes the stage with Grammy-nominated singer Carmen Bradford, alongside our symphony, for a thrilling performance of jazz standards by Gershwin and more. Every selection on this vibrant program was recorded by Louis Armstrong—and many were also recorded (and made famous by!) his friends and legendary singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, and Bing Crosby.

                                                              Featuring favorites like “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “I Got Rhythm,” “I Won’t Dance,” “They Can’t Take That Away from Me,” “The Birth of the Blues,” and many more, this tribute to Louis’ legacy is guaranteed to jazz up your night out on the town!

                                                            2
                                                            Mar
                                                            Sat
                                                              Pops
                                                              Jazz Trumpeter Byron Stripling
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              Charismatic jazz trumpeter Byron Stripling takes the stage with Grammy-nominated singer Carmen Bradford, alongside our symphony, for a thrilling performance of jazz standards by Gershwin and more. Every selection on this vibrant program was recorded by Louis Armstrong—and many were also recorded (and made famous by!) his friends and legendary singers like Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, and Bing Crosby.

                                                              Featuring favorites like “Someone to Watch Over Me,” “I Got Rhythm,” “I Won’t Dance,” “They Can’t Take That Away from Me,” “The Birth of the Blues,” and many more, this tribute to Louis’ legacy is guaranteed to jazz up your night out on the town!

                                                            9
                                                            Mar
                                                            Sat
                                                              Utah Opera
                                                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                                                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

                                                            11
                                                            Mar
                                                            Mon
                                                              Utah Opera
                                                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                                                              07:00 PM
                                                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                                                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

                                                            13
                                                            Mar
                                                            Wed
                                                              Utah Opera
                                                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                                                              07:00 PM
                                                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                                                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

                                                            14
                                                            Mar
                                                            Thu
                                                              Utah Symphony in Ogden (Onstage Ogden)
                                                              Peter and the Wolf
                                                              07:00 PM
                                                              Austad Auditorium at the Val A. Browning Center
                                                              For nearly nine decades, kids have discovered the symphony orchestra through Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf—the tale of a young boy who captures a menacing wolf with the help of his animal friends! As the charming story is narrated, the music vividly illustrates the adventure with different instruments representing each character—from the chirping bird played by the flute, to the grumbling grandfather depicted by the bassoon, to Peter’s own heroic melody singing out in the strings. And in a delightful twist, audiences will get to hear from the Duck’s perspective following Peter’s success in besting the wolf. It’s not easy being stuck inside a big, scary wolf for that long! Created by Andrew Maxfield, this captivating new composition helps add a bit more context to this time-honored story.
                                                            15
                                                            Mar
                                                            Fri
                                                              Utah Opera
                                                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                                                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

                                                            16
                                                            Mar
                                                            Sat
                                                              Family Series
                                                              Peter and the Wolf
                                                              11:00 AM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              For nearly nine decades, kids have discovered the symphony orchestra through Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf—the tale of a young boy who captures a menacing wolf with the help of his animal friends! As the charming story is narrated, the music vividly illustrates the adventure with different instruments representing each character—from the chirping bird played by the flute, to the grumbling grandfather depicted by the bassoon, to Peter’s own heroic melody singing out in the strings.

                                                              And in a delightful twist, audiences will get to hear from the Duck’s perspective following Peter’s success in besting the wolf. It’s not easy being stuck inside a big, scary wolf for that long! Created by Andrew Maxfield, this captivating new composition helps add a bit more context to this time-honored story.

                                                              Family Series
                                                              Peter and the Wolf
                                                              12:30 PM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              For nearly nine decades, kids have discovered the symphony orchestra through Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf—the tale of a young boy who captures a menacing wolf with the help of his animal friends! As the charming story is narrated, the music vividly illustrates the adventure with different instruments representing each character—from the chirping bird played by the flute, to the grumbling grandfather depicted by the bassoon, to Peter’s own heroic melody singing out in the strings.

                                                              And in a delightful twist, audiences will get to hear from the Duck’s perspective following Peter’s success in besting the wolf. It’s not easy being stuck inside a big, scary wolf for that long! Created by Andrew Maxfield, this captivating new composition helps add a bit more context to this time-honored story.

                                                            17
                                                            Mar
                                                            Sun
                                                              Utah Opera
                                                              Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro
                                                              02:00 PM
                                                              Janet Quinney Lawson Capitol Theatre

                                                              Hilarious antics ensue on Figaro’s wedding day—expect disguises, mistaken identities, and a lot of hiding in (and under) things—as this comedy plays out with music by one of the greatest composers of all time, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

                                                            22
                                                            Mar
                                                            Fri
                                                              Finishing Touches
                                                              Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto: Finishing Touches Rehearsal
                                                              10:00 AM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              Start your morning off right with brunch bites and a behind-the-scenes look at the process of bringing our concerts to the stage. Finishing Touches gives our audience the opportunity to observe working rehearsals; selections from the program will be rehearsed at the discretion of the conductor.

                                                              Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto—written for acclaimed British percussionist Colin Currie—showcases the vast range of moods percussion instruments can create. But when it comes to the finale: “It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s fireworks, and it’s a roof-raiser,” says Elfman, best known for his colorful film scores. Opening the program is a work for solo marimba by Bryce Dessner of alternative rock band The National. The pairing with Brahms’ Romantic-era masterpiece—a symphony 14 years in the making—places this program as one of our season favorites.

                                                              Masterworks Series
                                                              Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto—written for acclaimed British percussionist Colin Currie—showcases the vast range of moods percussion instruments can create. But when it comes to the finale: “It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s fireworks, and it’s a roof-raiser,” says Elfman, best known for his colorful film scores. Opening the program is a work for solo marimba by Bryce Dessner of alternative rock band The National. The pairing with Brahms’ Romantic-era masterpiece—a symphony 14 years in the making—places this program as one of our season favorites.

                                                            23
                                                            Mar
                                                            Sat
                                                              Masterworks Series
                                                              Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              Danny Elfman’s Percussion Concerto—written for acclaimed British percussionist Colin Currie—showcases the vast range of moods percussion instruments can create. But when it comes to the finale: “It’s fast, it’s exciting, it’s fireworks, and it’s a roof-raiser,” says Elfman, best known for his colorful film scores. Opening the program is a work for solo marimba by Bryce Dessner of alternative rock band The National. The pairing with Brahms’ Romantic-era masterpiece—a symphony 14 years in the making—places this program as one of our season favorites.

                                                            29
                                                            Mar
                                                            Fri
                                                              Masterworks Series
                                                              Dvorák’s Violin Concerto
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              Close out Women’s History Month and join us as conductor Anna Rakitina and violinist Sirena Huang make their debut on our stage. Huang, an international competition gold medalist, performs Dvořák’s Violin Concerto, inspired by traditional Czech dances and sure to be felt in every limb. Sibelius’ First Symphony is consuming, closing with the passionate Quasi una fantasia (“Like a Fantasy”). Also featuring Smetana’s Šárka—based on the Czech legend of an uprising of women called “The Maiden’s War”—this performance is a testament to all that women can do.

                                                            30
                                                            Mar
                                                            Sat
                                                              Masterworks Series
                                                              Dvorák’s Violin Concerto
                                                              07:30 PM
                                                              Abravanel Hall

                                                              Close out Women’s History Month and join us as conductor Anna Rakitina and violinist Sirena Huang make their debut on our stage. Huang, an international competition gold medalist, performs Dvořák’s Violin Concerto, inspired by traditional Czech dances and sure to be felt in every limb. Sibelius’ First Symphony is consuming, closing with the passionate Quasi una fantasia (“Like a Fantasy”). Also featuring Smetana’s Šárka—based on the Czech legend of an uprising of women called “The Maiden’s War”—this performance is a testament to all that women can do.