BYU–Idaho announces Spring Performing Arts Series
Writer: Writer: Don Sparhawk
Season tickets are now available for the Spring 2009 Center Stage Performing Arts Series at Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg.
The season opens April 24 and 25 with Soul Street Dance Company, a group of four young dancers from Houston, Texas, performing to a variety music ranging from street dancing to classical music.
Rockapella, a popular a cappella group, will perform May 2.
Japanese pianist Kotaro Fukuma will perform a solo concert May 7, and he will also be featured as guest performer with the Idaho Falls Symphony on May 13.
Classical pop pianist William Joseph will be featured at the Mothers' Weekend concert May 30. The Education Week concert on July 30 will feature vocalist Daniel Beck of Lehi, Utah, performing with Missy Babcock of Rexburg.
Also included in the series is the Theatre Department's presentation of The Odd Couple in late May and early June, and two short operas by the Departments of Theatre and Music in early July.
A free brochure listing all performing arts events at BYU-Idaho is available at the BYU-Idaho Ticket Office, the Alumni Center on Main Street, the Rexburg Chamber of Commerce, or by calling 496-1150. Season tickets may also be ordered over the Internet at www.byui.edu/tickets.