Nosferatu Live-to-Film with Cameron Carpenter Classic Horror & the Mighty Wurlitzer Wednesday, October 30, at 7:30PM Peery's Egyptian Theater Imagine going to the movies in the 1920s: entering a glamorous showhouse and seeing a silent era film come alive with the mighty Wurlitzer. This Halloween season, we’re time-traveling back to 1924 to celebrate 100 years of Peery’s Egyptian Theatre with a live-to-picture

75th Anniversary Concert: An American in Paris Celebrate 75 Years With American Masterpieces Utah Symphony Thursday, October 24, 2024 7:30PM Browning Center at WSU Smile and snap your fingers to iconic music by some of the 20th century’s greatest American composers, including two works wildly successful with audiences and Hollywood —Gershwin’s An American in Paris and Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances from West Side Story. Fresh

Aida Cuevas The Voice of Mexico Saturday, October 19 at 7:30PM Browning Center at WSU Aida Cuevas has created one of the most important careers in traditional Mexican music.  With a 46-year career and 41 album releases to her credit, Cuevas, dubbed “The Queen of Mariachi”, is an esteemed figure in Mexico, beloved for her unswerving devotion to traditional mariachi music and

Royal Wood Poetic Pop Fit for a King Thursday, October 10, at 7:30PM The Monarch Comforting and soul-soothing, singer-songwriter Royal Wood’s music feels like the warm embrace of an old friend or the sweetness of a first kiss. It’s fitting for the Toronto-based musician/producer, who’s always marveled at the mystery and beauty of life.  Growing up in a musical household, multi-instrumentalist Royal (named

Sammy Miller & the Congregation Joyful Jazz Revival Peery’s Egyptian Theater Describing a Sammy Miller & the Congregation performance is like only seeing the end of a movie: you miss all the laughs, love, and surprises along the way. The “perfect player-scholar” (WSJ), Grammy-nominated drummer Sammy Miller leads the Congregation in joyful jazz that just makes you feel good. Conservatory-trained while