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Preview symphony hopefuls at free Utah collegiate concerts.

Preview symphony hopefuls at free Utah collegiate concerts

Salt Lake City is blessed with one of the country's premier symphony orchestras, and many of its musicians are products of the University of Utah music department. Each year the university presents symphony concerts to give students performance experience. Concerts are free and open to all.

The performing space isn't optimal; most concerts are given in Gardner Hall, built in the '30s as a student union building, and the 350 seats are folding chairs. One this year is held in Kingsbury Hall's 2,000-seat auditorium.

All concerts are held at 8 P.M. Upcoming dates are February 16 (Gardner Hall), April 20 (Kingsbury), and May 4 (Gardner). Programs offer classical music conducted by Madeline Schatz. May 4 is concerto night, with single moverments played by selected individual performers.

To reach the university from downtown, drive east on S. Temple Street, turn right on 13th East Street, then left on Second South Street to the campus and Gardner Hall. Kingsbury Hall is one block east.
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Date:Feb 1, 1986
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