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January 11, 2014 | 7:30 PM

 

The Ogden Symphony Ballet Association is thrilled to present Vocal Point, BYU’s premiere pop a cappella ensemble. The group’s nine male voices deliver a high-energy show that combines harmony, humor and remarkable vocal percussion into a powerful style with unique personality.

 

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October 12, 2013 | 7:30 PM

 

Join us in welcoming the BYU Ballroom Dance Company back to the Browning Center stage. The Company dazzles with championship formation dancing, breathtaking lifts and spins – all in a seemingly endless stream of shimmering costumes.

 

The Ballroom Dance Company has performed throughout Europe, the Middle East, the South Pacific, East Asia and the United States. No matter where the Company performs, they dazzle and delight. We are pleased once again to have them in Ogden!

 

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April 26, 2014 | 7:00 PM

 

Take a love-struck mermaid, a handsome prince, and a conniving sea witch. Blend with delightful music and dance and you have a recipe sure to make a splash—Ballet West’s The Little Mermaid.  Join us as this Hans Christian Andersen tale comes to life through the artistry of the Ballet West II dancers.  With delightful music by Leo Delibes and generic price viagra brilliant costumes by David Heuvel, Ballet West’s The Little Mermaid is fun for the viagra prescription onlin entire family.

 

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November 29, 2013 | 7:00 PM

November 30, 3013 | 2:00 & 7:00 PM

 

The magical story of Clara and her Nutcracker prince has captured the imagination of Utah audiences for generations. Adam Sklute’s artistic directorship has made this a hot ticket by refreshing the energy and revitalizing the choreography of Ballet West Founder Willam Christiansen’s beloved yuletide classic.

 

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March 18, 2014 | 7:00 PM
Vladimir Kulenovic, Conductor

 

Every kid loves dinosaurs and every kid loves music. Put the two together and you get the delightful tale of a Tyrannosaurus Rex named Sue. Sit back and let yourself be transported all the way back to the Cretaceous Period by the discounted viagra instruments of the orchestra as they tell the amazing story of her life.  This concert will also feature L' Histoire de Babar by Francis Poulenc.

 

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December 17, 2013 | 7:00 PM


Vladimir Kulenovic, Conductor

 

It’s Christmas time in the city! The holiday season is never officially underway until you hear all of your December favorites performed live by the Utah Symphony in beautiful Abravanel Hall. Don’t forget your wish list because, if the rumors are true, Santa will be in the lobby to discuss your naughty or nice status!

 

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May 1, 2014 | 7:30 PM

 

Jack Everly, Guest Conductor

 

Guest conductor Jack Everly has a time machine! Join Jack and the Utah Symphony as they transport you back to the 1960s in a musical celebration of Baby Boom generation. The program features songs of the Beach Boys, Frankie Valli and viagra name order viagra the Beatles as well as classic television themes. Dust off those bell-bottoms and get ready to feel young again!

 

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March 27, 2014 | 7:30 PM

 

Jerry Steichen, Conductor
Utah Symphony Chorus

 

It will be an “enchanted evening” at Abravanel Hall. Don’t miss Jerry and the Utah Symphony as they highlight the careers of music theatre legends Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Featured on this program will be hits from The King and I, The Sound of Music and many more classic shows from the undisputed kings of Broadway.

 

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February 20, 2014 | 7:30 PM

 

Jerry Steichen, Conductor
Natalie MacMaster, Fiddle

 

Cape Breton Island fiddling sensation Natalie Macmaster returns to Salt Lake City for a fiery program of Celtic melodies and dances with the Utah Symphony. Macmaster has achieved worldwide renown for her electrifying technique and generic cialis pills alternative captivating charm. Don’t miss this incredible cultural journey with one of Canada’s national artistic treasures.

 

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December 12, 2013 | 7:30 PM

 

Jerry Steichen, Conductor
Byron Stripling, Trumpet/Vocals

 

Join Jerry and the Utah Symphony for a holiday concert with a touch of jazz as they welcome Byron Stripling to the Browning Center. Stripling has been wowing symphony audiences for years as both a trumpeter and vocalist. His special contributions to this program will be Ogden’s best Christmas present!

 

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April 10, 2014 | 7:30 PM


Thierry Fischer, Conductor
Kathryn Eberle, Violin


MOZART:  Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
BERNSTEIN:  Serenade after Piato’s Symposium
BERNSTEIN:  Candide Overture
NIELSEN:  Symphony No. 5

 


 

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January 30, 2014 | 7:30 PM

 

Thierry Fischer, Conductor
Conrad Tao, Piano

QIGANG CHEN:  Wu Xing (The Five Elements)
PROKOFIEV:  Piano Concerto No. 3
TCHAIKOVSKY:  Symphony No. 4

 

Tchaikovsky wrestled with Fate throughout his life but never more poignantly than in his highly emotional Symphony No. 4. Experience his incredible journey again with Maestro Fischer and the Utah Symphony. By contrast, Utah Symphony favorite Conrad Tao returns to perform Prokofiev’s droll and virtuosic 3rd Piano Concerto. Qigang Chen’s expressive suite on “The Five Elements” completes the cialis cost program.

 

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November 7, 2013 | 7:30 PM

 

Thierry Fischer, Conductor
Nicola Benedetti, Violin

VIVALDI:  The Four Seasons
NIELSEN:  Symphony No. 2 “The Four Temperaments”

 

Good things come in fours at the Ogden Symphony Ballet Association. Violinist Nicola Benedetti joins Thierry Fischer and the Utah Symphony on Vivaldi’s legendary tour de force The Four Seasons. Also on the program is the second step in the Nielsen symphony cycle. “The Four Temperaments” is Nielsen’s thrilling musical depiction of the essential components of human personality.

 

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VIVALDI: The Four Seasons

by Susan Campbell

 

Composed in 1723, Baroque.

 

About the composer: Vivaldi was employed by the Pio Ospedale della Pietà in Venice to write two concertos a month from 1723-29. The Pietà was a publicly supported orphanage for girls that focused on teaching talented individuals musical instruments. The concerts held there were a tourist attraction, if you went to Venice in the mid-1720s it was a highlight to attend a concert by these young ladies.

 

About the work: Vivaldi was known for using fanciful titles for his compositions. The Four Seasons are a set of four programmatic concertos. The musical elements in each concerto give the image of the season they are portraying, such as chattering teeth in winter, the dancing peasants in spring, and the slow languid heat of summer in Venice. The four works were written to accompany a set of four sonnets that were most likely composed by Vivaldi.

 

About the music: A key element in composition is repetition. Several movements in The Four Seasons are in ritornello form. Ritornello is the alternation of a refrain (repeated portion), the business of the orchestra, and virtuosic sections where the soloist plays fast, high and sexy. The exchange could be compared to society and the individual. The repetitions give the listener an anchor to hold onto and cheap citrate generic sildenafil viagra recognize while the alternating solo elements give the listener variety and excitement.

 


 


 

Carl Nielsen: Symphony No. 2

by Susan Campbell

 

Completed in 1901-1902, Romantic.

 

About the composer: Carl Nielsen (1865-1931) was a mostly self-taught musician. He is considered by some to be Denmark’s most famous composer. Although he earned his main living as a section violinist for the Royal Chapel Theater in Copenhagen he was a rather prolific composer. In addition to the six symphonies that the Utah Symphony | Utah Opera will be performing this season he wrote many songs, chamber pieces and concertos. His music is generally optimistic in nature and very enjoyable.

 

About the work: The second symphony, subtitled “The Four Temperaments,” is the only programmatic work that Nielsen wrote. In contrast to Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, which are about the weather, Neilsen explores the four “seasons of humanity”: the temperaments choleric, phlegmatic, melancholic, and sanguine.

 

About the music: The first movement is titled choleric, which in this instance means ambitious, and one can hear the incessant energy and drive throughout the movement. At times it sounds as though the different instruments are striving to climb to the top of some peak, stepping over the others as their eagerness rises.

 

The second movement, phlegmatic is relaxed and quiet. This movement is relatively short and invokes a feeling of repose with its leisurely tempo and listless melodies.

 

Melancholic – analytical and order viagra online a href thoughtful – is the topic of the third movement. The rhythms are very precise and contemplative with little variation.

 

The final movement is titled sanguine, evoking the pleasure-seeking and sociable mode of behavior. The tempo is again lively, with the violins playing party host, fluttering about trying to satisfy. Just after the repeat of the opening material we hear a minor tantrum: apparently all did not go as planned by the hosts this time. Out of the aftermath arises a very social and grand melodic display by the winds and brass.

 

 


 

Nicola Bendetti playing Autumn from Vivaldi's Four Seasons

with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra

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  • For the enjoyment of all patrons, children under the age of 8 are not admitted to most programs. *The Nutcracker is appropriate for ages 3 & up; and the Family Series is appropriate for all ages.

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