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Mobile Ticketing Available This Week

BYU Arts events will now be even more convenient for attendees with the unveiling of mobile ticketing. Tickets for any show can now be delivered to a patron’s mobile phone starting this week, with the exception of Much Ado About Nothing, performed by Actors from the London Stage September 25-27. Patrons will now be able […]

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BYU Grad Takes First Place

The Piccolo Artist Competition occurs every other year in Chicago, bringing some of the country’s best piccolo players together to compete. And this month, a BYU graduate took first place. The Piccolo Artist Competition is one of 19 competitions put on by the National Flute Association. Contestants include high school students, college students and professionals. […]

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BYU Choirs Present Annual Showcase

BYU Singers, Concert Choir, Men’s Chorus, and Women’s Chorus present the annual showcase of classical, contemporary, and sacred choral works September 25-26, 7:30 pm at the de Jong Concert Hall. Choirs conducted by Ronald Staheli, Rosalind Hall, and Jean Applonie. From classical to jazz to world beats, the BYU School of Music sponsors a variety […]

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