Dr. Karlyn Bond, Concert Series Director
2015-2016 Concert Series
The Westminster Concert Series’ 2015-2016 season offers another rich array of chamber music and solo performances in a perfect venue: the Vieve Gore Concert Hall on the campus of Westminster College in the heart of Salt Lake City. Join us for a season of great music.
Monday, September 28, 2015
Beethoven's Piano Sonatas, Op. 31
Roughly midway through Ludwig van Beethoven's colossal collection of thirty-two piano sonatas are these three superbly interesting works, including the two widely known as the Tempest and the Hunt. Vedrana Subotic performs.
Monday, October 26, 2015
An Evening of Gabriel Fauré
Yuki MacQueen, Alex Martin, Joel Gibbs, John Eckstein, Michael Chipman and Karlyn Bond perform the Piano Quintet #1 in D Minor, and the songLa bonne chanson, one of the composer's rare works of vocal chamber music.
Monday, November 16, 2015
The Concord Sonata: A Centennial Retrospective
Charles Ive's monumental and quintessentially American work, and the inspiration its creator drew for the Transcendentialist philosopher-writers, are explored in a lecture recital given by University of Utah professor Steve Roens and pianist Jason Hardink.
Monday, January 25, 2016
Bach and barber: Two Cello Masterpieces
Pegsoon Whang performs Johan Sebastian Bach's monumental Suite #6 in D for Solo Cello, and Samuel Barber's Sonata for Cello and Piano—the latter with pianist Karlyn Bond.
Monday, February 29, 2016
Call of the Sea
Utopia Early Music joins area musicians on a nautical adventure, presenting songs of the sea from across the centuries. Early American and British boat songs and chanteys sail alongside hornpipes and ballads from the coasts of Europe.
Monday, March 28, 2016
Quattro Amici in Bohemia and Germany
Lun Jiang, Roberta Zalkind, Pegsoon Whang and Karlyn Bond perform Antonín Dvorák's serene and lovely Piano Quartet #1 in D, and Robert Schumann's glorious Piano Quartet in E-flat.
Monday, May 16, 2016
Let's Tango: An Evening of Astor Piazzola
Sally Humphreys, Yuki MacQueen, John Eckstein, Kimi Kawashima and Karlyn Bond present some of the most infectious stylized dance music ever written. There might even be some live dancing!
All performances are held in the Vieve Gore Concert Hall on the Westminster College campus and will begin at 7:30pm.
General admission- $15
All full-time Students w/ ID- Free
Westminster Faculty & Staff w/ ID- Free
No children under age seven admitted.
For Disability accommodation, contact the School of Arts and Sciences at 801-832-2300 five business days prior to the event.
The Westminster Concert Series is funded in part by the Gore Endowment for Music and the Florence J. Gillmor Foundation.