Mozart's Requiem An All Amadeus Evening Utah Symphony Thursday, April 17, at 7:30PM Browning Center at WSU Joined by the Utah Symphony Chorus and vocal soloists, we share Mozart’s Requiem, his introspective and hauntingly beautiful final work that contemplates mortality—made even more significant by the fact that Mozart passed away before its completion. The first half of this all-Mozart program offers the exuberance that

The Brother Brothers Two of a Kind Thursday, April 17, at 7:30PM The Monarch Harmonies don’t get any closer than those sung by siblings Adam and David Moss. The identical twins known as The Brother Brothers evoke the ’60s-era folk sounds they heard as kids learning to sing harmony with their dad’s records. Multi-instrumentalists and music scholars, the brothers formed their

Live From Laurel Canyon Songs and Stories of American Folk Rock Wednesday, April 9, at 7:30PM Peery’s Egyptian Theater From 1965 to 1976, a unique sound echoed through the Hollywood Hills in a place called Laurel Canyon. Psychedelic rockers, poetic singer-songwriters, and pop groups looking for an edge all flocked to the musical Shangri-la. Live from Laurel Canyon - Songs and Stories