50th ANNIVERSARY GALA

October 18 | 7:30 PM | Daines Concert Hall

utah state university

visiting artists

Creators visit USU with workshops and seminars

Patrick Dougherty

September: Sculpture

Artist Residency

Born in Oklahoma in 1945, Dougherty was raised in North Carolina. He earned a B.A. in English from the University of North Carolina in 1967 and an M.A. in Hospital and Health Administration from the University of Iowa in 1969. Later, he returned to the University of North Carolina to study art history and sculpture.

Combining his carpentry skills with his love of nature, Patrick began to learn more about primitive techniques of building and to experiment with tree saplings as construction material. In 1982 his first work, Maple Body Wrap, was included in the North Carolina Biennial Artists’ Exhibition, sponsored by the North Carolina Museum of Art. In the following year, he had his first one-person show entitled, Waitin’ It Out in Maple at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

His work quickly evolved from single pieces on conventional pedestals to monumental scale environmental works, which required saplings by the truckloads. Over the last thirty years, he has built over 250 of these works, and become internationally acclaimed. His sculpture has been seen worldwide---from Scotland to Japan to Brussels, and all over the United States.

He has received numerous awards, including the 2011 Factor Prize for Southern Art, North Carolina Artist Fellowship Award, Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant, Henry Moore Foundation Fellowship, Japan-US Creative Arts Fellowship, and National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship. Princeton Architectural Press published a major book about Patrick and his work in 2009. This monograph, Stickwork, has received excellent reviews and is available at www.stickwork.net.

Photo Credit:
Portrait (2015) Photo: Brianna Brough/Chapel Hill Magazine
Ready or Not (2013) North Carolina Zoo, Asheboro, NC. Photo: Juan Villa

Kelli O'Hara

October 18: Theatre

October 18th | 7:30 PM
Daines Concert Hall

Kelli O’Hara has unequivocally established herself as one of Broadway’s great leading ladies. Her portrayal of Anna Leonowens in the critically acclaimed revival of The King and I recently garnered her a Tony Award for Best Leading Actress in a Musical, along with Drama League and Outer Critics nominations.

2014 was an exceptionally busy year. Her performance as Francesca in the musical adaptation of The Bridges of Madison County earned her Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League, and Outer Critics Circle nominations. Additionally, she starred as Mrs. Darling in NBC’s live telecast of “Peter Pan” alongside Allison Williams and Christian Borle, and on New Year’s Eve, Kelli made her Metropolitan Opera debut in the production of The Merry Widow with Renee Fleming.

A native of Oklahoma, Kelli received a degree in opera, and after winning the State Metropolitan Opera Competition, moved to New York and enrolled in the Lee Strasberg Institute. She made her Broadway debut in Jekyll & Hyde and followed it with Sondheim’s Follies, Sweet Smell of Success opposite John Lithgow, and Dracula. In 2003 Kelli committed to a production of The Light in the Piazza at Seattle’s Intiman Theatre. The show landed on Broadway in 2005 and earned Kelli her first Tony and Drama Desk Award nominations. She moved from one critical and commercial success to another when she joined Harry Connick on Broadway in the 2006 Tony award-winning production of The Pajama Game, for which Kelli received Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Award nominations. Kelli starred in the Tony Award-winning revival of South Pacific at Lincoln Center, enrapturing audiences and critics alike with her soulful and complex interpretation of Nellie Forbush, and garnering Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Award nominations. She later teamed up with Matthew Broderick in Broadway's musical comedy Nice Work if You Can Get it, earning Tony, Drama Desk, Drama League and Outer Critics Circle nominations, as well as the Fred Astaire Nomination for dance.

Kelli has worked regionally & Off-Broadway in Far from Heaven at Williamstown Theater Festival & Playwrights Horizon, King Lear at the Public Theater, Bells Are Ringing at City Center Encores, Sunday in the Park with George at Reprise, My Life With Albertine at Playwright’s Horizons & Beauty at the La Jolla Playhouse. Kelli received critical acclaim for her performances at the New York Philharmonic’s productions of Carousel & My Fair Lady as both Julie Jordan & Eliza Doolittle respectively. She has sold out her solo show at Carnegie Hall & Town Hall and performed with symphonies and orchestras across the country. She is a frequent guest artist on the PBS Memorial Day and July 4th telecast and has performed several times as part of the Kennedy Honor tributes for Barbara Cook, Jerry Herman and Barbra Streisand.

Among her film and television credits are Sex & The City 2, Martin Scorsese’s short The Key to Reserva opposite Simon Baker; The Dying Gaul, Blue Bloods (NBC pilot), All Rise (NBC pilot), Alexander Hamilton (Maria Reynolds) starring Brian F. O’Byrne (PBS), NUMB3RS (CBS), All My Children, the animated series Car Talk, and numerous live performances on national television shows. Kelli’s voice can be heard on many cast album recordings including The Bridges of Madison Country, Nice Work if You Can Get it, South Pacific (Sony), The Light in the Piazza (Nonesuch records; Grammy nomination), The Pajama Game (Sony; Grammy nomination), The Sweet Smell of Success (Sony), My Life with Albertine (PS Classics), Dream True (PS Classics), Jule Styne Goes Hollywood (PS Classics). She has released two solo albums including Always & Wonder in the World.

Kelli currently resides in New York City.

Malcolm Mobutu Smith

September 14: Ceramics

Public Lecture | 5:00 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Malcolm Mobutu Smith is Associate professor of Ceramic Art at Indiana University
in Bloomington, Indiana. He earned his MFA from the New York College of ceramics at Alfred
University and he studied at both the Kansas City Art Institute and Penn State University receiving
where he earned his BFA in ceramics. Smith’s professional activities include workshops,
lecturers and residencies including visits to Haystack Mountain School of Craft, Watershed
Center for Ceramic Arts in Maine, The Robert McNamara Foundation also in Maine. His works
are represented in numerous private and public collections including the Nerman Museum of
Contemporary Art, FuLed International Ceramic Art Museum, Beijing, China and Indiana State
Museum. Other areas of research and lecture interest for Smith include the study of graffiti art and comic books.

April Greiman

November 2: Graphic Design

Public Lecture | 7:00 PM
Chase Fine Arts Center | FAV150

April Greiman is a thinker and artist, whose transmedia projects, innovative ideas and projects, and hybrid-based approach, have been influential worldwide over the last 30 years. Her explorations of image, word and color as objects in time and space are grounded in her singular fusion of art and technology. Greiman has been instrumental in the acceptance and use of advanced technology in the arts and the design process since the early 1980s.

Greiman has been included in various group shows- 'Typeface to Interface' at SFMOMA (2016,) and recently in 'Physical: Sex and the Body in the 1980s' at LACMA (2016;) 'Designing Modern Women' at MoMA (2013;) 'Elle@Centre Pompidou' at Centre Pompidou (2009,) and solo exhibitions that include Visual Arts Gallery at the School of Visual Arts, New York (2008;) Pasadena Museum of California Art (2006.) She has exhibited in varied cultural institutions, lectured academically and professionally, generated public artworks and participated in juries worldwide. Her ideas and work have appeared in articles, interviews, reviews and broadcasts in the media, ranging from Newsweek and Time, to The New York Times and USA Today to CNN, PBS and ESPN. Books have included April Greiman: Floating Ideas into Time and Space, Hybrid Imagery: The Fusion of Technology and Graphic Arts, It’snotwhatAprilyouthinkitGreimanis, and Something from Nothing. April Greiman was born in Metropolitan New York City and studied at the Allgemeine Kunstgewerbeschule (General Arts Trade School) in Basel, Switzerland and the Kansas City Art Institute. She moved to Los Angeles in 1976, establishing her multi-disciplinary practice, currently called Made in Space.

Sheila Bridges

April 19: Interior Designer

Public Lecture | 5:00 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Named “America’s Best Interior Designer” by CNN and Time Magazine, Sheila Bridges founded her own interior design firm in 1994. As Creative Director, Sheila has thoughtfully designed residences and offices for many prominent entertainers, entrepreneurs and business professionals including the 8,300 square foot Harlem offices for former President Bill Clinton and his staff. Sheila Bridges Design, Inc has also completed projects at Columbia University and Princeton University, bringing Sheila’s signature design aesthetic to interior spaces at both of these prestigious academic institutions.

Tanja Softic

September 28: Printmaking

Public Lecture | 5:00 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Tanja Softić is a Professor of Art at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia. After studying at the Academy of Fine Arts at the University of Sarajevo, she moved to the United States and in 1992 earned an M.F.A. in Printmaking from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Softić collaborated with colleagues at the University of Richmond to produce a series about the situation of her native Bosnia. The series marks the anniversaries of both the Srebrenica Massacre and the anniversary of the Dayton Peace Accords of 1995 which ended the three-and-a-half years of genocidal war.

Rania Matar

January 25: Photography

Public Lecture | 5:00 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Rania Matar was born and raised in Lebanon and moved to the U.S. in 1984. She studied photography at the New England School of Photography and the Maine Photographic Workshops. Matar's work focuses on girls and women. She documents her life through the lives of those around her, focusing on the personal and the mundane in an attempt to portray the universal within the personal. Her work has won several awards, has been featured in numerous publications, and exhibited widely in the U.S. and internationally. Her images are in the permanent collections of several museums worldwide.

Sam Vernon

November 9: Printmaking + Art Education

Public Lecture | 5:00 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Sam Vernon earned her MFA in Painting/Printmaking from Yale University in 2015 and her BFA from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in 2009. Her installations combine xeroxed drawings, photographs, paintings and sculptural components in an exploration of personal narrative and identity. She uses installation and performance to honor the past while revising historical memory. Vernon has most recently exhibited with Brooklyn Museum, Queens Museum, Fowler Museum at UCLA, Seattle Art Museum, Ewing Gallery of Art & Architecture at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, the Emery Community Arts Center at the University of Maine, Farmington, MoCADA, or the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts in Brooklyn.

Stephen Karam

October 6: Playwright

The Road To Broadway | 7:30 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Stephen Karam‘s plays include The Humans (Tony Award, Obie Award for Playwriting and Pulitzer Prize finalist), Sons of the Prophet (Pulitzer Prize finalist), and Speech & Debate. His adaptation of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard premiered on Broadway as part of Roundabout’s 2016 season; his film adaptation of The Seagull starring Annette Bening will premiere in 2017.

Recent honors include two Drama Critics Circle, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards; a Lucille Lortel Award, Drama League Award and Hull-Warriner Award.

Stephen is a graduate of Brown University and grew up in Scranton, PA.

Nicholas Kraemer

April 14, 19, 20, and 21: Conductor

Nicholas Kraemer began his career as a harpsichordist, quickly moving from playing continuo at the back of the orchestra to directing from the harpsichord at the front. In the 1970s, his repertory widened, taking in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as well as the baroque and in 1978 he formed Raglan Baroque Players.

Kraemer is Principal Guest Conductor of Music of the Baroque, Chicago Kraemer and has held the positions of Artistic Director of the Irish Chamber Orchestra, the London Bach Orchestra and the Bath Festival music programme; Permanent Guest Conductor of the Manchester Camerata; Principal Guest Conductor of the Kristiansand Symphony Orchestra and Musikkollegium Winterthur and Associate Conductor of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra. He was the first Music Director of Opera 80, now English Touring Opera.

Appearing worldwide with many prestigious ensembles Nicholas Kraemer has conducted the Berlin Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Rotterdam Philharmonic, Bergen Philharmonic, BBC Philharmonic, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, The Hallé, Gothenburg, City of Birmingham, Detroit, Toronto, West Australia and Colorado Symphony Orchestras and the Minnesota Orchestra. In addition, he has directed specialist ensembles such as the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Philharmonia Baroque and Birmingham Contemporary Music Group. He has conducted Ensemble Kanazawa in Japan, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the London Mozart Players and is regularly invited to perform with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Northern Sinfonia and Musikcollegium Winterthur.

Kraemer’s Opera engagements have taken him to Paris, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Geneva and Marseilles with repertoire ranging from Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo and L’Incoronazione di Poppea to nineteenth- and twentieth-century works including Strauss’s Ariadne auf Naxos; Britten’s Albert Herring, Noye’s Fludde, and Paul Bunyan and Stephen Oliver’s Tom Jones. He has conducted many Handel operas including Arianna in Creta, Lotario, Tolomeo, Arminio, Ariodante, Il Pastor Fido, Rinaldo, and Orlando, as well as the major Mozart operas. Elsewhere he has conducted The Magic Flute and Handel’s Jeptha at English National Opera, Agrippina for Theater Aachen, Le Nozze di Figaro for Den Nye Opera, Bergen, Idomeneo for Grange Park Opera, La Finta Giardiniera at the Buxton Festival and Ariodante for Scottish Opera.

Daniel Hsu

February 21: Pianist

Performance | 7:30 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Bronze Medal, Fifteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (2017)

Yekwon Sunwoo

March 17: Pianist

Performance | 7:30 PM
Caine Performance Hall

Gold Medal, Fifteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition (2017)

Brad Mehldau Trio

April 17: Pianist

Performance | 7:30 PM
Daines Concert Hall

One of the most lyrical and intimate voices of contemporary jazz piano, Brad Mehldau has forged a unique path, which embodies the essence of jazz exploration, classical romanticism and pop allure. From critical acclaim as a bandleader to major international exposure in collaborations with Pat Metheny, Renee Fleming, and Joshua Redman, Mehldau continues to garner numerous awards and admiration from both jazz purists and music enthusiasts alike. His forays into melding musical idioms, in both trio (with Larry Grenadier on bass and Jeff Ballard on drums) and solo settings, has seen brilliant re-workings of songs by contemporary songwriters like The Beatles, Cole Porter, Radiohead, Paul Simon, Gershwin and Nick Drake; alongside the ever evolving breath of his own significant catalogue of original compositions. With his self-proclaimed affection for popular music and classical training, “Mehldau is the most influential jazz pianist of the last 20 years” (The New York Times).

Lori Latman

Date TBA

More information coming soon.

Rick Elliott

Date TBA

More information coming soon.
year of the arts

events

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Event
Location
Date
Time
Memento Mori: The Art of Death and Mourning
Merrill-Cazier Library Atrium
August 23 - December 10
Viewable during library hours
Crossroads: Rising Tide
Caine Performance Hall
September 6
7:30 pm
Guest Artist Voice Recital: Diane Reich and Robert Brandt
Caine Performance Hall
September 9
7:30 pm
Communitas: Malcolm Mobutu Smith Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
September 14
5:00 pm
David Huron, lecture: “On the Musically Sublime”
Caine Room
September 19
5:00 pm
Fry Street Quartet
Caine Performance Hall
September 19
7:30 pm
Dean's Convocation: Patrick Page
Caine Performance Hall
September 25
7:30 pm
Chamber Music Society of Logan: Escher Quartet
Caine Performance Hall
September 26
7:30 pm
Awake and Sing!
Caine Lyric Theatre
September 26 - September 30
7:30 pm / 2:00 pm, 7:30 pm on 9/30
Arrington Lecture Series
Logan Tabernacle
September 28
7pm
Stanford Olson Master Class
Caine Performance Hall
September 29
11:30 AM
Communitas: Tanja Softic Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
September 28
5:00 pm
Raymond Veon’s Arts Education Conference
Location TBD
October
5–7pm
Concatenation: A series of interconnected things or events
Tippetts Galleries
October 2-30
Exhibition
Concatenation opening reception
Tippetts Galleries
October 5
5:00 pm
Autumn Voices
Caine Performance Hall
October 5
7:30 pm
The Road to Broadway Featuring Stephen Karam
Caine Performance Hall
October 6
7:30 pm
The Block Film Festival
Lyric & Utah Theatre
October 6 & 7
TBA
Jason Hardink Solo Recital
Caine Performance Hall
October 9
7:30 PM
Big Bands
Caine Performance Hall
October 11
7:30 pm
Communitas: Aruna D'souza Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
October 12
5:00 pm
Memento Mori: A reception with the exhibition curator
Merrill-Cazier Library Atrium
October 12
4:30 PM
Memento Mori: Gallery talk with folklorist Carol
New Books Lounge
October 12
5:30 PM
Viola & Chamber Music Masterclass with Peter Slowik, Professor of Viola, Oberlin Conservatory of Music
Caine Room
October 13
TBA
Public Open House
Chase Fine Arts Center
October 14
12:00-2:00 pm
Master class
Caine Performance Hall
October 17
12pm
Sara Walker Visiting Artist Lecture (Painting)
TBA
October
TBA
Grand Gala
Daines Concert Hall
October 18
7:30pm
Jazz Kicks Band
Caine Performance Hall
October 21
7:30 pm
NEHMA Museum + Music concert: Imagining Community: Logan 1948-49
Caine Performance Hall
October 22
3:00 pm
Sideways Stories from Wayside School
Morgan Theatre
October 27, 28
2:00 pm on 10/28 & 7:30 pm on 10/27, 10/28
TEDxUSU Movement
Daines Concert Hall
October 27
TBA
Jazz Combos
Caine Performance Hall
November 1
7:30 pm
Paper and Clay opening reception
Tippetts Galleries
November 2
5:00 pm
Paper and Clay
Tippetts Galleries
November 2-28
Exhibition
Hashimoto Seminar: April Greiman
FAV 150
November 2
7:00 pm
Wind Orchestra
Morgan Theatre
November 3
7:30 pm
Music Therapy Muses Concert
Caine Performance Hall
November 4
7:30 pm
Guitar Ensembles
Caine Performance Hall
November 6
7:30 pm
Chamber Music Society of Logan: Zephyros Winds
Caine Performance Hall
November 7
7:30 pm
Caine Chamber Ensembles
Caine Performance Hall
November 8
7:30 pm
Communitas: Sam Vernon Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
November 9
5:00 pm
American Festival Chorus: War and The Human Heart
Daines Concert Hall
November 10
7:30 pm
American Festival Chorus: Veterns Day Concert
Daines Concert Hall
November 11
7:30 pm
Percussion Ensembles
Daines Concert Hall
November 13
7:30 pm
Fry Street Quartet with Madeline Adkins and Jason Hardink
Caine Performance Hall
November 14
7:30 pm
Big Bands
Caine Performance Hall
November 15
7:30 pm
Lights On! Alliance for Youth
Daines Concert Hall
November 15
5:30 pm
Israel Davis Visiting Artist Lecture (Ceramics)
TBA
November 16
TBA
String Chamber Music Recital
Caine Performance Hall
November 17
7:30 pm
Sounds of the Stadium
Daines Concert Hall
November 17
7:30 pm
Playwright and Theatre for Young Audiences: Anne Negri
Black Box Theatre
November 18
7:30 pm
Cache Symphony Orchestra Concert
Daines Concert Hall
November 18
TBA
Symphonic Band/Chamber Ensembles
Caine Performance Hall
November 28
7:30 pm
Symphony Orchestra
Daines Concert Hall
November 29
7:30 pm
Winter Songs
St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
November 30
6:00 pm & 8:00 pm
Tri-State Band Festival
Daines Concert Hall
November 30 - December 2
All Day
Tri-State Sampler Concert
Daines Concert Hall
December 1
8:00 PM
Tri-State Finale Concert
Daines Concert Hall
December 2
3:00 PM
NEHMA Museum + Music concert: Imagining Community: Art, Music and the New Deal in the West
Caine Performance Hall
December 3
3:00 PM
Much Ado About Nothing
Morgan Theatre
December 1-9
2:00 pm on 12/2, 12/9 / 7:30 pm on 12/1, 12/2, 12/6, 12/7, 12/8
MFA Thesis Exhibition - Dave Hernandez
Tippetts Galleries
December 4-8
Exhibition
Youth Conservatory Christmas Recital
Caine Performance Hall
December 5
7:00 pm
Amahl and the Night Visitors
Utah Theatre
December 5-6
7:30 pm
MFA Thesis Exhibition - Dave Hernandez reception
Tippetts Galleries
December 7
5:00 pm
American Festival Chorus: Christmas Concert
Daines Concert Hall
December 7-9
7:30 PM & 2:00 PM on 12/9
James Welch Organ Recital
Daines Concert Hall
December 7-9
7:30 pm on 12/7, 12/9 & 2:00 pm on 12/9
Regional Photographers
Tippetts Galleries
December 14 - January 26
Exhibition
25th Anniversary of the Ellen Eccles Theatre
Location TBD
January 12 & 13
TBA
James Welch Organ Recital
Daines Concert Hall
January 24
7:30 pm
Communitas: Rania Matar Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
January 25
5:00 pm
Regional Photographers closing reception
Tippetts Galleries
January 25
TBA
Science Unwrapped: Nabokov's Butterflies
Eccles Science Learning Center
January 26
7:00 pm
Chamber Music Society of Logan: Capitol Quartet
Caine Performance Hall
January 30
7:30 pm
Communitas: Kijeong Jeon Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
February 1
5:00 pm
Emmy Lingscheit and Guen Montgomery
Tippetts Galleries
February 1-28
Exhibition
The Great God Pan
Black Box Theatre
February 2-10
2:00 pm on 2/2 & 7:30 pm on 2/2-3, 2/7-10
Symphony Orchestra Concerto Evening
Daines Concert Hall
February 6
7:30 pm
USU Guitar, Bass and Drum Festival
Caine Performance Hall
February 8-9
Time TBA
American Festival Chorus: Gospel Concert
Daines Concert Hall
February 10
7:30 pm
SING! Choral Concert
Daines Concert Hall
February 14
7:30 pm
Fry Street Quartet
Caine Performance Hall
February 15
7:30 pm
Jazz Night at Elite Hall
Elite Hall
February 15-17
7:30 pm
Wind Orchestra/Symphonic Band
Daines Concert Hall
February 16
7:30 pm
Wasserman Festival: Cliburn Competition Bronze Medalist Daniel Hsu
Caine Performance Hall
February 21
7:30 pm
Science Unwrapped: The Evolution of Technology
Eccles Science Learning Center
February 23
7:00 pm
Once Upon A Mattress
Morgan Theatre
February 23 - March 1
2:00 pm on 2/24 & 7:30 pm on 2/23, 2/24, 2/26, 2/27, 2/28, 3/1
Monster Concert
Daines Concert Hall
February 24
5:00 PM
Emmy Lingscheit and Guen Montgomery closing reception
Tippetts Galleries
February 27
5:00 PM
Chamber Music Society of Logan: ATOF Trio
Caine Performance Hall
February 27
7:30 PM
Communitas: Chintia Kirana Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
March 1
5:00 pm
Israel Davis
Tippetts Galleries
March 5-29
Exhibition
Logan Canyon Winds
Caine Performance Hall
March 12
7:30 pm
Jazz Combos
Caine Performance Hall
March 14
7:30 pm
Chintia Kirana Visiting Artist Lecture
Caine Performance Hall
March 14
5:00 pm
Israel Davis reception
Tippetts Galleries
March 15
5:00 pm
Campbell Organ Festival
Caine Performance Hall
March 16
7:30 pm
Wassermann Festival: Cliburn Gold Medalist
Caine Performance Hall
March 17
7:30 pm
Lori Laitman Residency
Caine Performance Hall
March 20-21
7:30 pm
Chamber Music Society of Logan: Spektral String Quartet
Caine Performance Hall
March 22
7:30 pm
CCA Awards Night
Morgan Theatre
March 23
6:00 pm
Science Unwrapped: Roots of Arts
Eccles Science Learning Center
March 23
7:00 pm
Jazz Kicks Band
Caine Performance Hall
March 27
7:30 pm
Jr High Band Festival
Morgan Theatre
March 28
Time TBA
Liquid Assets: The Science and Business of Painting
Caine Performance Hall
March 30
TBA
Cache Symphony Orchestra Concert
Morgan Theatre
March 30
TBA
BFA Capstone Exhibition
Tippetts Galleries
April 2-6
Exhibition
Big Bands
Caine Performance Hall
April 4
7:30 pm
Communitas: Christian Curel Visiting Artist and Scholar Series
Caine Performance Hall
April 5
5:00 pm
BFA Capstone Exhibition reception
Tippetts Galleries
April 6
5:00 pm
American Festival Chorus: Spring Concert
Daines Concert Hall
April 7
7:30 pm
BFA Capstone Exhibition
Tippetts Galleries
April 9 - 14
Exhibition
Percussion Ensembles
Daines Concert Hall
April 9
7:30 pm
Caine Chamber Ensembles
Caine Performance Hall
April 10
7:30 pm
Brass Happenings
Caine Performance Hall
April 12
6:00 pm
BFA Capstone Exhibition reception
Tippetts Galleries
April 13
5:00 pm
Nicholas Kraemer with the Fry Street Quartet, USU Chamber Singers and Chamber Orchestra
Daines Concert Hall
April 14, 19, 20, 21
7:30 pm
Fusion Theatre Project
Caine Lyric Theatre
April 13-21
2:00 pm on 4/14 & 7:30 pm on 4/13, 4/14, 4/18, 4/19, 4/20, 4/21
Youth Conservatory Piano Festival
Caine Performance Hall
April 14
All Day
MFA Thesis Exhibition
Tippetts Galleries
April 16-20
Exhibition
MFA Thesis Exhibition reception
Tippetts Galleries
April 16
5:00 pm
Guitar Ensembles
Caine Performance Hall
April 16
7:30 pm
Wassermann Festival: Brad Mehldau Trio
Daines Concert Hall
April 17
7:30 pm
Cache Wind Symphony & Chamber Ensembles
Daines Concert Hall
April 18
7:30 PM
Utah Symphony Concert
Daines Concert Hall
April 19
7:30 pm
Sheila Bridges Interior Design VASS Lecture
Caine Performance Hall
April 19
5:00 pm
Dido and Aeneas with conductor Nicholas Kramer
Morgan Theatre
April 19, 20, 21
Time TBA
Science Unwrapped: Visualizations of Molecular Processes
Eccles Science Learning Center
April 20
7:00 pm
Symphonic Band
Daines Concert Hall
April 20
7:30 pm
Shawn Fisher’s original play
Lyric Theatre
April 20, 21, 24-28
TBA
MFA Thesis Exhibition
Tippetts Galleries
April 23 - 27
Exhibition
Youth Conservatory Graduation
Caine Performance Hall
April 24
6:00 pm
Symphonic Band/Chamber Ensembles
Daines Concert Hall
April 24
7:30 pm
Symphony Orchestra
Daines Concert Hall
April 25
7:30 pm
Choral Concert
Caine Performance Hall
April 26
7:30 pm
MFA Thesis Exhibition reception
Tippetts Galleries
April 26
5:00 pm
Wind Orchestra
Daines Concert Hall
April 27
7:30 pm
High School Band Festival
Daines Concert Hall
April 27
10:00 am
BFA Highlights
Daines Concert Hall
April 30 - May 5
Exhibition
BFA Highlights reception
Tippetts Galleries
May 5
5:00 pm
Jr High Band Festival
Morgan Theatre
May 8
Exhibition
Symphony in White exhibition
Tippetts Galleries
TBA
TBA
Fry Street Quartet Regional Campus tour
Location TBD
TBD
TBA
Patrick Dougherty residency
Location TBD
2018
TBA
year of the arts

past events

Event
Location
Date
Time
Lyric Season Opens
Caine Lyric Theatre
June 16
7:30 PM
Lyric street celebration
Caine Lyric Theatre
July 21 & 22
7:30 PM