Current Season: 2018-2019

The combined UYPhil, UYSO, and UYJSO spring concert will be Monday, June 3rd, at 7:00pm in Abravanel Hall. The combined orchestras will perform the first Peer Gynt Suite by Grieg, the Russian Easter Overture by Rimsky-Korsakov and The Pines of Rome by Respighi. The concert is free and open to the public, no tickets required.

Utah Symposium for the Double Bass (USDB)

June 7 – 9, 2019

Announcing the first annual Utah Symposium for Double Bass (USDB) hosted by Ranaan Meyer in partnership with the Utah Youth Orchestra & Ensembles at the University of Utah. For bass players ages 12 and up, USDB is a full scholarship, immersive program which provides participants with the opportunity to explore the entire spectrum of the double bass. From orchestra, to solo, to jazz, participants will join the faculty in sharing their knowledge and approach to the double bass. For more information please click on the USDB link above.

Alumni Recital Featuring JD Hunter!

Monday, May 13, 7:00, Free Admission

Presented by UYO&E at Libby Gardner Hall, the touring Concertmaster of Disney’s Aladdin the Broadway Musical, former Utah Youth Symphony Concertmaster and Cottonwood High School alum JD Hunter performs a very special homecoming violin recital.

Using the music of Respighi, Bach and Ravel, and joined by pianist Jed Moss and cellist Benjamin Noyes, JD weaves an intimate story of phantasmic youth, passionate mastery and personal transformation.

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