Utah Symphony’s ‘Meet the Musician’ with Conductor David Cho

October 29, 2010
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David Cho has been with the Utah Symphony for four and a half years. As Associate Conductor, David has conducted more than 300 performances, including Symphony Orchestra, Pops, Educational, and Subscription Classical Series programs, and this season he will conduct a variety of programming ranging from the Haunted Symphony (Holst, Borodin, Berlioz, Grieg, Wagner, Saint-Seäns) to the Wizard of OZ to Peter and the Wolf. Meet Maestro David Cho!







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Lyceum Music Festival Raises Bar on Music Camp in Park City, Utah

October 12, 2010
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This summer, the Lyceum Music Festival (Lyceum) held its third annual youth orchestral music camp in Park City, Utah. Designed for musicians ages 13-21, the week-long program offered students the opportunity to work with Violinist Jenny Oaks Baker, Conductor David Cho, Utah Symphony musicians, the Muir String Quartet and fellow orchestral peers from schools around the nation.







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A Look Back at Utah Symphony’s 2009-10 Season and a Look Ahead to 2010-11

May 31, 2010
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This season I was fortunate to be able to attend Utah Symphony performances in Salt Lake City and one of my favorites was Dvořák’s “New World” Symphony. I saw a number of guest conductors and artists present wonderful performances by Mozart, Dvořák, Rachmaninoff and Smetana, and I was particularly moved by Mahler’s 2nd Symphony in the Salt Lake Tabernacle led by Keith Lockhart. The 2009-10 season was remarkable, and the 2010-11 season promises even more!







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Utah Symphony’s Mini Magic Flute Not Just For Kids

March 22, 2010
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As I arrived at Abravanel Hall and watched hundreds of children stream through the doors, I wondered why there aren’t more of these types of concerts. How exciting it was to see so many kids at the Symphony! For less than the cost of a night at the movies, I had the opportunity to hear a wonderful Mozart piece, I heard fabulous singers, I laughed a lot and had so much fun! Tara Faircloth’s adaptation was brilliant. What a great introduction to the opera for kids and adults alike.







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