BYU-Idaho announces fall Performing Arts Series

August 21, 2009

Writer: Writer: Don Sparhawk

The Center Stage Performing Arts Series at Brigham Young University-Idaho has announced its fall programs-and they're ones you're not going to want to miss.


• Sept. 18: Nashville Tribute Band
Features music about former Latter-day Saint prophet Joseph Smith and the Mormon pioneers.

 

• Sept. 19: Del Parkinson
Classical piano concert featuring works from composers Felix Mendelssohn, Frederic Chopin and Frank Liszt.

 

• Sept. 24-25: Jason Hewlitt: Music Impressionist
Audiences have thrilled at the creativity, hilarious impersonations and nostalgia of this impressionist, musician, and humorist.

 

• Oct. 10: Jim Brickman
Renowned pop-style pianist will perform during Spirit Week.

 

• Oct. 23-24: The Great Kaplan
David Kaplan is a virtuoso juggler, magician, inventor, musician and deadpan physical comedian.

 

• Nov. 7, 20: God's Everlasting Love
A newly composed sacred music work by Utah composer, Robert Cundick, with text written by Elder David A. Bednar.

 

• Dec. 4: David Archuleta
The American Idol sensation comes to Rexburg and takes the stage at BYU-Idaho.

 

• Dec. 11-12: Christmas in the Snow
Christmas in the Snow is an annual event featuring Department of Music choirs performing music of the season.

 

A free brochure listing all performing arts events at BYU-Idaho is available at the BYU-Idaho Ticket Office, the BYU-Idaho Alumni Center on Main Street in Rexburg, the Rexburg Chamber of Commerce, or by calling 496-1150. Detailed information can also be found at www.byui.edu/centerstage. Season tickets may also be ordered at www.byui.edu/tickets or at the BYU-Idaho Ticket Office.