SALT LAKE CITY — Red Butte Garden's popular outdoor concert series has been canceled for 2020.
SALT LAKE CITY — Princess Leia thinks this whole working-from-home thing is pretty darn great.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Since installing a drive-through coronavirus testing site on the grounds of Ogden Regional Medical Center, the hospital has seen an uptick in traffic.
OGDEN — This year’s Ogden Music Festival has been canceled, the latest victim of COVID-19.
LAYTON — In what might be considered equal parts optimism, stubbornness and hope, the Davis Arts Council has just announced its lineup for the 2020 Summer Nights With the Stars concert series.
Christian singer-songwriter Hilary Weeks has written exactly one love song in her musical career.
OGDEN — After a 17-year absence, Callanish returns to the “Celtic Celebration” at Peery’s Egyptian Theater.
OGDEN — Prefer your music with a little social justice, and a whole lot more diversity?
LAYTON — Think of it as The Dream, Part II.
OGDEN — If there’s one thing Joe Muscolino has learned in 40 years as a professional bandleader, it’s how to please an audience.
OGDEN — You know how they say curiosity killed the cat? For the members of Third Coast Percussion, that same curiosity has done the exact opposite.
OGDEN — Purity Ring is coming this spring.
OGDEN — The Utah Symphony announced its 2020-21 season, and the orchestra’s schedule will include 10 trips to Ogden between next September and April 2021.
HUNTSVILLE — We’ve got some good news and some bad news for local music fans.
OGDEN — This weekend, Weber State University and Onstage Ogden welcome to the stage BYU Vocal Point, a nine-voice male a cappella group.
Red Dress Concert returns to Ogden
“There’s times, hard as we pray/Heaven has another way/And even though there’s nothing faith can't do/Sometimes that mountain doesn’t move.”
OGDEN — Ah, the life of a classical concert violinist.
OGDEN — Singer-songwriter Amy Helm, daughter of legendary drummer and singer Levon Helm of The Band fame, is making her first appearance in Ogden this weekend.
OGDEN — Third time’s the charm.
Think of it as Jay-Z meets Mozart.
Next week’s free concert by classical pianist Josh Wright is going to be a tale of two halves.
OGDEN — Joe McQueen, the pioneering jazz saxophonist who entertained Ogden audiences for almost 75 years, got a soaring sendoff Saturday afternoon in a memorial event featuring performances by fellow musicians and ringing tributes about his selflessness.
For associate conductor Conner Gray Covington, the Utah Symphony’s annual “Here Comes Santa Claus” Family Series concert holds a special place in his heart.
One of the more unique local holiday traditions returns this week when the Stoddard family fires up the pipe organ in the Hoopernacle.
OGDEN — Family, friends and fans will honor pioneering Ogden jazz musician Joe McQueen at a memorial event Saturday.
When it comes to holiday music, this most wonderful time of the year is a veritable oversized stocking stuffed with a dizzying array of choices.
Think of it as a “Messiah’ Sing-In for Dummies.”
Ryan Shupe brings Christmas to Peery’s Egyptian
As snow brings a hushed weightiness to the mountains and the twinkle of holiday lights pierce through the darkness of a chilly night, there's no question that winter is here, bringing with it not only the ice and cold, but the promise of Christmas, warmth, traditions, sweet music, memories and more.
For those about to rock, Live Nation is primed to salute you with an incredible new offer for the 2020 season at USANA Amphitheatre.
OGDEN — The Ogden Concert Band will present a free Christmas concert on Wednesday evening.
OGDEN — An Ogden legend died Saturday.
It sounds like the beginning of a great joke: A preacher, a lawyer, a cellist and a harpist walk into a bar …
It’s a holiday performance that promises to be practically perfect in every way.
Sydney Macfarlane, keyboardist and backing vocalist for the Utah-based indie folk pop band The National Parks, never thought she’d find herself up on a stage in front of thousands of people.
WASHINGTON TERRACE — Holiday tunes will take on a jazzy flavor at a concert coming to a nearby library branch.
It’s not just Christmas. It’s … TubaChristmas.
OGDEN — Classical music will reign supreme in the next week when three concerts come to the Browning Center at Weber State University.
Rap history may be made next week in true Provo fashion — with a white guy, “Lord of the Rings” and a barnyard worth of sock puppets.
Classical pianist Boris Giltburg says Sergei Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3 has a reputation for being “the most difficult piano concerto of all.”
Ready for a little traditional jazz music from New Orleans?
Ogden is finally getting its very own theme song.
By day, Jenny Oaks Baker is a regular mom who enjoys spending time at sporting events and going to church with her family. But this weekend, she will take the stage as America’s Violinist for “Bach, Broadway and Beyond — A Musical Feast of Soul-Filling Favorites.”
OGDEN — The Russians are coming.
We’re not sure how the rest of James Violet’s 15 minutes — or years — of fame will go, but the first five minutes certainly were impressive.