UTAH VOICES SEASON 14 CONCERTS
SING WE NOW OF CHRISTMAS
Saturday December 2, 2023, 7:30pm
Olympus High School
The season begins with our Christmas concert featuring a selection of traditional and well-loved holiday songs, warmed by the sounds of a double string quartet, flute, and oboe. A children's choir will add to the magic of the evening with a memorable and heart-warming appearance. Come in from the cold and enjoy an evening of warmth, love, and unity - everything we hope the holiday season can be!
Friday March 29, 2024, 7:30pm
Olympus High School
Showtunes. Prizes. Laughter. Fun! There are many reasons why Broadway Bingo became an instant audience favorite when it premiered with Utah Voices in 2012. It is an experience quite unlike any other that you will find. Patrons are given a Bingo card as they enter the auditorium. Songs are performed in random order as they are pulled from the Bingo cage. Donations from our generous donors provide a large variety of prizes that everyone in the audience has a chance to win.* Come and see what all of the fun is about!
If you would like to donate a prize to Broadway Bingo, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purchase tickets HERE!
Saturday May 18, 2024, 7:30pm
Libby Gardner Concert Hall
In collaboration with Salt Lake Symphony, we are pleased to present one of the greatest choral and orchestral masterpieces of all time - Verdi's Requiem. This memorable evening will be under the direction of guest conductor Dr. Everett McCorvey. Dr. McCorvey is the esteemed conductor of the National Chorale at Lincoln Center, and is the founder and director of the American Spiritual Ensemble. Come and experience this majestic and powerful work in person this spring!
PATRIOTIC CONCERT IN THE PARK
Friday July 12, 2024, 7PM
Bountiful City Park
It is our privilege to perform once again in Bountiful City's "Music in the Park" summer concert series for our closing concert of the season. Enjoy a warm summer evening under the trees as we celebrate our country and military service members through music.
This concert is free to the public.