2014-2015 Concert Series
The Westminster Concert Series’ 2014-2015 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 7:30 PM.
Monday, September 29
Several Westminster music faculty members join with other local professionals in a diverse array of captivating twentieth-century works by Frank Proto, Francis Poulenc, Samuel Barber, Benjamin Britten, George Crumb, and Bohuslav Martin?. Performers will be Yuki MacQueen, Julie Edwards, Pegsoon Whang, Ted Merritt, Sally Humphreys, Susan Swidnicki, Lee Livengood, Jennifer Rhodes, Steve Proser, Kimi Kawashima, and Karlyn Bond.
Monday, October 27
An Evening in Vienna
Violinist Lun Jiang, cellist Pegsoon Whang, guest pianist Hyunsoon Whang, and pianist Karlyn Bond perform Beethoven’s Sonata in A for Cello and Piano, Schubert’s Fantasy in F Minor for Piano Four Hands, and Brahms’s Sonata in D Minor for Violin and Piano.
Monday, January 26
Ysaÿe Violin Sonatas
Violinists Yuki MacQueen, Alex Martin, and David Porter perform the complete Sonatas for Solo Violin by Eugène Ysaÿe, the nineteenth-century Belgian virtuoso, known in his day as “King of the Violin.”
Monday, February 23
Songs of Love
In an epilogue to Valentines’ Day, Salt Lake’s Utopia Early Music will join members of the Westminster voice faculty in a fabulously diverse collection of songs on the countless shades and dimensions of love.
Monday, March 23
An Evening of French Romanticism
Violinists Alex Martin and Claude Halter, violist Joel Gibbs, and cellist Anne Lee, will be joined by pianist Karlyn Bond in a performance of Camille Saint-Saëns’ Piano Trio in F, César Franck’s Sonata for Violin and Piano, and Gabriel Fauré’s Piano Quartet in G Minor.
Monday, April 20
An Evening of Brahms: Trio of Trios
The season will conclude with violinist Yuki MacQueen, clarinetist Lee Livengood, hornist Ron Beitel, and cellist John Eckstein, joining pianist Karlyn Bond in a performance of Johannes Brahms’ Clarinet Trio, Horn Trio, and Piano Trio in C.