OGDEN — Get ready for some Celtic music and dancing.
Every first Friday of the month, a tan van is parked inside The Gist, a large venue inside The Monarch just beyond the entrance. While it looks like a cool art installation, it’s actually a podcast studio where people who stroll in during Open Studio Night can watch live performances and int…
OGDEN — A new youth string ensemble has formed in Ogden and it will be performing Tuesday, featuring the work of a local musician and the lead violinist from Ballet West.
A Black History Month celebration hosted by WSU and Ogden NAACP was broadcast live from Ogden Union Station on Friday, Feb. 12 — on Abraham Lincoln’s birthday and the day the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was founded in 1909.
OGDEN — A group of local organizations are teaming up to celebrate Black History Month, pandemic-style.
The Changing Room
Ogden Bizarre Market, the hit market hosted by Indie Ogden Magazine, returned to The Monarch on Sunday after a brief pause following the holiday season.
Mathew Choberka: ‘I Know Some Nice People’
“It was a breath of fresh air to gather safely amongst fellow music lovers,” said Ogden-based singer/songwriter Nicholas Garn.
‘2021: A New Generation’
OGDEN — The Chamber Orchestra Ogden’s Red Dress Concert returns on Saturday, with separate segments featuring brass, woodwind and string instruments.
WEST POINT — Every year as the holidays approach, the West Point Junior High School Madrigals pile on a bus and head to Salt Lake City to perform at Temple Square. This year, as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, the choir was forced to record its Christmas performance in a classroom.
For 29 years, "The Forgotten Carols" stage play by Michael McLean has inspired and brought Christmas joy to thousands of theater goers.
In a typical year, thousands of people would migrate to Temple Square in Salt Lake City the day after Thanksgiving for the annual lights on ceremony and concert. But this is no typical year.
OGDEN — Step by step, inch by inch, arts and cultural events are coming back.
On Friday, the Grinch pulled Christmas out from under thousands of patrons who attend the annual Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square concert.
OGDEN — You’ll forgive the members of the Los Angeles-based ensemble Quarteto Nuevo if they seem particularly excited to be making a trip to little old Ogden, Utah.
OGDEN — Arts don’t have to come to a standstill just because of COVID-19.
For 90 years, The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square have entered homes worldwide through their weekly broadcast: Music & the Spoken Word.
LAYTON — This weekend, the Davis Arts Council will host its first live concert since the coronavirus pandemic basically shut down all live performances four months ago.
OGDEN — After a three-month hiatus, Jazz at the Station, the popular monthly free concert at Union Station, returns for a live-streaming event this week.
OGDEN — The annual Lindquist Family Symphony Pops and Fireworks event has been canceled.
SALT LAKE CITY — For the Deer Valley Music Festival in Park City, the summer of 2020 is officially moving to the summer of 2021.
SALT LAKE CITY — Red Butte Garden's popular outdoor concert series has been canceled for 2020.
The uncertainty brought on by the novel coronavirus surrounding large public gatherings has resulted in the inevitable: the cancellation of the 2020 Ogden Twilight concert series.
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 — The 2020 Ogden Twilight concert series lineup has been released, and among this year’s anticipated acts will be Portugal. The Man, Chvrches, The Head & The Heart, Big Wild, and Fitz and the Tantrums.
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.