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Westminster Concert Series

Bach Inventions Jazzed!

With an interpretation likely to astonish and delight the Baroque composer, Alex Rowe, Parker Speirs and Parker Swenson (bass, guitar, and drums) perform J. S. Bach’s complete Two-Part Inventions like you’ve never heard them before.

Monday, October 29 at 7:30PM

Vieve Gore Concert Hall

$15 General Admission

Free for Westminster students, faculty, and staff

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Westminster Theatre Presents

The School for Scandal

By Richard Brinsley Sheriden

Directed by Melanie Nelson

Maria and Charles are in love. Joseph is in love with Maria. Lady Sneerwell is in love with Charles. From this tortuous love triangle, Joseph and Lady Sneerwell devise a plot to win the affections of their desire through a myriad of rumors. Enter an array of characters who hilariously undermine the schemes with schemes of their own! Directed by Melanie Nelson, The School of Scandal is a hilarious tale of love, lust, greed, and deceit that has endured for more than 240 years!

The School for Scandal
By Richard Brinsley Sheriden
Directed by Melanie Nelson
November 8-10 and 15-17
Courage Theatre at Westminster College
7:30 pm
$12/Free for Westminster students, staff, and faculty

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Westminster Concert Series

Songs from England and France, Parts I & II

On Sunday, Michael Chipman and Emily Nelson sing Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel and Fauré’s La chanson d’Ève. Monday evening, Aubrey Adams-McMillan and Chris Puckett sing Ravel’s Chansons madécasses, Debussy’s Bilitis, and Finzi’s A Young Man’s Exhortation. Hilary Koolhoven performs Britten on Sunday and Poulenc on Monday. Singers are joined by pianists Karlyn Bond and Emily Williams, flutist Sally Humphreys, and cellist Pegsoon Whang.

Sunday, November 18 & Monday, November 19 at 7:30PM

Vieve Gore Concert Hall

$15 General Admission

Free for Westminster students, faculty, and staff

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Westminster Concert Series

String Quartet Heaven: Haydn and Schubert

Violinists Lun Jiang and Evgenia Zharzhavskaya, violist Whittney Thomas and cellist Pegsoon Whang perform two masterpieces of the string quartet repertoire: Haydn’s Op. 76, No. 3 (“Emperor”) and Schubert’s “Death and the Maiden.” A rarely performed work by Puccini is also on the program.

Monday, February 25 at 7:30PM

Vieve Gore Concert Hall

$15 General Admission

Free for Westminster students, faculty, and staff

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Westminster Theatre Presents

The Christians

By Lucas Hnath

Directed by Michael Vought

Pastor Paul has grown his modest storefront church with a few parishioners into a massive mega church numbering in the thousands. Yet, as convincing as Pastor Paul is, there is one member of his congregation he is unable to convince: himself. As the church he founded reaches its heights, he prepares to give a sermon that will shake the core of the establishment he founded.
Earning Lauded by the New York Post as “Deeply affecting. Emotionally devastating. A white-knuckled drama about a theological battle,” this play, directed by Michael Vought, explores the depths of faith, religion, and how identity is intertwined with belief.

The Christians
By Lucas Hnath
Directed by Michael Vought
Location TBD
February 28-March 2 and 7-9
7:30 pm
$12/Free for Westminster Students, Faculty, & Staff

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Red Desert: The Edge of Music

Red Desert, the duo project of clarinetist/curator Katie Porter and composer/percussionist Devin Maxwell, presents an evening of experimental chamber music designed to blur the line between music and sound. The concert will feature established works as well as compositions written specifically for Red Desert.

Monday, March 25 at 7:30PM

Vieve Gore Concert Hall

$15 General Admission

Free for Westminster students, faculty, and staff

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Westminster Theatre Presents

Othello

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Jared Larkin

A quintessential Shakespeare play. Othello, a Moorish general in the Venetian Army. Othello’s passionate love for Desdemona leads to their elopement. Iago, jealous of Othello’s success as a general, and Rodrigo, jealous of Othello’s marriage to Desdemona, both conspire to ruin Othello’s life.
As relevant as when Shakespeare composed it in the 16th century, Othello provokes a deep conversation on love, envy, otherness, and identity. Director Jared Larkin adds his own fresh interpretation to this tragedy, creating a new perspective in this Westminster Theatre production.

Othello
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Jared Larkin
Courage Theatre at Westminster College
April 4-6 and April 11-13
7:30pm
$12/Free for Westminster students, staff, and faculty

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Westminster Concert Series

On with the Dance! Utopia’s Ten-Year Renaissance 

In partnership with the Utah Classical Guitar Society, University of Utah, and Westminster College, Salt Lake City’s own Utopia Early Music brings together local and out-of-state early-music specialists and dance troupe Dance Balletti in a celebratory extravaganza combining Renaissance music and dance.

Monday, April 8 at 7:30PM

Vieve Gore Concert Hall

$15 General Admission

Free for Westminster students, faculty, and staff

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