With an exuberant score from Prokofiev, a kindly Fairy Godmother, a couple of comical stepsisters, a dashing prince and a dreamy Cinderella herself, Ballet West's rendition of the beloved fairy tale conjures up some true magic of its own at Salt Lake's Capitol Theatre. Romance and comedy abound in Sir Frederick Ashton's enchanting take on this classic, which Ballet West's Artistic Director Adam Sklute first brought to Utah in 2013 -- making it only the second company in the U.S. to stage this sparkling work since its debut in 1948.
Coming off its well-deserved 75th anniversary celebration, the Utah Symphony continues to provide world-class entertainment at Salt Lake City's Center for the Arts. Music Director and Maestro Thierry Fischer leads the orchestra's 85 full-time professional musicians, who perform more than 175 concerts each year at various venues, including the hall named for its beloved former director, National Medal of Arts winner Maurice Abravanel, and the Deer Valley Music Fest. Over the course of the Utah Symphony's always engaging season, you'll enjoy everything from masterworks by Mozart, Brahms, Bach, Beethoven, Tchaikovsky and other classical giants, to Gershwin, Copland and Broadway and film-composing greats, not to mention guest vocalists and top musicians from across the globe. See the full event listing to learn about the schedule of performances.
Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 / 7:30pm (Bernstein at 100: Symphony No. 2 With Conrad Tao)Friday, Mar. 2, 2018 / 7:30pm (Bernstein at 100: Chichester Psalms & Divertimento )Saturday, Mar. 3, 2018 / 7:30pm (Bernstein at 100: Chichester Psalms & Divertimento )