EMH Classical Music Spotlights “Mozart Allegro”

June 29, 2010

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is unquestionably one of the most prolific and most loved composers of classical music.  Composing his first melody at the age of five, his first symphony at age eight and his final work, the [unfinished] Requiem Mass in D minor when he was 35, Mozart is credited with more than 600 works. .. read more →

Ballet West Academy’s Spring Performance Displays a Rich Garden of Talent

June 11, 2010

The first dance of the Ballet West Academy Spring Performance was called Retro Shifts. As I sat and watched this intriguing, thoughtful and quietly expressive dance, the word that kept popping into my head was ‘brilliant’. The Ballet West Academy, its administration and staff have to be commended on their hard work. The relationships they have formed with each other and their dancers shows in the quality of their dancers, performances and productions. read more →

University of Utah’s Lyric Opera Ensemble Delivers Gut Wrenching Dialogues of the Carmelites

June 1, 2010
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The University of Utah’s Lyric Opera Ensembles’ production of Dialogues of the Carmelites was my first opera. No one warned me that I would need to bring a box of Kleenex! I was completely absorbed by the passion and emotion of all that was playing out before me and at the end of the evening, I had a lump in my throat, my stomach was in knots and I was searching my bag for tissues. Dialogues of the Carmelites is an emotional opera and the University of Utah’s Lyric Opera Ensemble is outstanding. Bravo! read more →