2012–2013 Concert Series
The Westminster Concert Series’ 2012–2013 season offers another rich array of chamber music and solo performances in a perfect venue: the Vieve Gore Concert Hall on the campus of Westminster College in the heart of Salt Lake City. Join us for a season of great music. All concerts are in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall, located in the Emma Eccles Jones Conservatory and will begin at 8:00 PM.
2012–2013 Concert Series
September 17, 2012
Gold medallist from both the 1996 Gina Bachauer International Junior
Competition and 2006 Gina Bachauer International Artists Competition,
Dr. Beus opens the new season with a solo recital featuring works by
Muzio Clementi, Frédéric Chopin, Charles Griffes, and Samuel Barber.
October 22, 2012
Nationally touring string trio Ostraka and Salt Lake’s own Utopia Early Music
present refined repertoire from seventeenth-century France, including intimate
lute songs, passionate duets, and fiery instrumental variations. Performers will be
Utopia’s Emily Nelson (soprano) and Christopher LeCluyse (tenor); and Ostraka’s
John Lenti (lute and theorbo), David Walker (Baroque guitar), and Josh Lee (viol).
November 19, 2012
Westminster’s five outstanding jazz faculty members—David Halliday
(saxophone), Chris Hough (guitar), Alex Rowe (bass), Steve Keen (keyboard),
and Kelly Wallis (drums)—grace the Westminster Concert Series stage
for the first time as the Westminster Jazz Quintet.
January 14, 2013
Westminster’s woodwind faculty—Sally Humphreys (flute), Susan Swidnicki
(oboe), Lee Livengood (clarinet), Lori Wike (bassoon), and Ron Beitel (horn)—
team up in works by Darius Milhaud, Ray Luke, Paul Dukas, Paul Hindemith,
and Francis Poulenc. They will be assisted by pianist Karlyn Bond.
February 4, 2013
Ciaramella stirs the soul with music for Renaissance wind instruments,
performing intricate counterpoint “with the ease of jazz musicians
improvising on a theme” (Cleveland Plain Dealer). Performers are Adam
Gilbert, Rotem Gilbert, Doug Milliken, and Debra Nagy (shawm, recorder, and
bagpipe); and Greg Ingles and Erik Schmaltz (slide trumpet and sackbut).
March 4, 2013
In this all-Brahms program, Lun Jiang, Alex Martin, David Porter,
Roberta Zalkind, Pegsoon Whang, Matthew Johnson, Karlyn Bond,
Barlow Bradford, and Michael Chipman perform songs and two of
the most spectacular works of chamber music from the nineteenth
century—the Piano Quintet in F Minor and String Sextet in B-flat Major.
Purchase Tickets Now!
For additional ticket information, call (801) 832-2457 or visit www.westminstercollege.edu/campusevents. Children under six are not allowed entrance to the concert hall.