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December 2013 – April 2014
The Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy (UCCD) presents the 31st Anniversary Vivaldi by Candlelight Benefit Concert, Saturday, December 7th, 8:00 PM at the First Presbyterian Church in Salt Lake City. As Utah’s only “all Baroque” concert it has long been a beloved fixture of the holiday season. This year’s special event, features Utah’s premier musicians, with Gerald Elias as Music Director, and violinist, and the ever-popular La Stravaganza: The Year 1713 by Vivaldi, all set to beautiful candlelight. It’s truly magical!
To purchase tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/
More info: http://utahdiplomacy.org/what-we-do/vivaldi-by-candlelight-a-benefit-concert/
The sublime and boldly defiant music of Jason Eckardt and Ludwig van Beethoven is juxtaposed in a truly extraordinary context. A new work by Eckardt is heard alongside late works by Beethoven, shocking and inscrutable masterpieces that still challenge listeners with their uncompromising beauty and intensity.
The new NOVA Gallery Series presents a complete cycle of Beethoven Sonatas for Violin and Piano, performed by Utah Symphony Associate Concertmaster Kathryn Eberle and NOVA Artistic Director Jason Hardink. This cycle offers Beethoven’s rousing and breathtaking masterpieces paired with Klavierstücke by Germany’s most beloved and important living composer, Wolfgang Rihm, performed in the intimacy of The Art Barn on Finch Lane. Seating is limited to 75.
Virtuosic works by two brilliant composers from Poland are featured on this concert. The haunting beauty of Chopin’s works is unparalleled, while the surreal and impressionist world of Szymanowski Mythes, performed by Ralph Matson, will dazzle listeners. Celena Shafer sings a selection of works from Chopin’s era by Schumann and Bellini.
The splendid music of Utah composer Bruce Quaglia returns to NOVA for a world premiere performance of his new chamber concerto, featuring soloists Brant Bayless and Jason Hardink. Two of the Quaglia works performed relate to his time spent in the spectacular canyon country of southern Utah, while his newest work was inspired by an extended stay in Venice. The virtuosity and fine playing of Utah wind players will be displayed in the concerto as well as in Mozart’s Serenade in E-flat Major.