BYU Philharmonic Plays Beethoven (Live)
Nov. 16 at 6pm (Eroica Symphony) | Nov. 16 at 7:30pm (Emperor Concerto)
2020 marks the 250th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, and to celebrate, the BYU Philharmonic is offering two concerts of his music. On October 16 at 6pm, tune in to hear the mighty "Eroica" Symphony, and on October 18 at 7:30pm, BYU faculty member Scott Holden joins the Philharmonic for the "Emperor" Piano Concerto.
A Thanksgiving of American Folk Hymns
November 26 at 8am and 2pm
Thanksgiving is a time for gathering with loved ones to give thanks to God for the bounties of life. It’s a heartwarming holiday which opens the festive season. In this special, enjoy music performed by BYU’s combined choirs and philharmonic. In addition, learn about the history of this uniquely American holiday.
Every Good Thing
November 26 at 9am and 3pm
On Thanksgiving, host Andrea Blain and classical music fans from all around the country take some time to give thanks and celebrate one of life's most meaningful gifts: music. Join us for an hour of stories and music to celebrate this special day.
November 26 at 10am and 4pm
Giving Thanks brings music and stories together for thoughtful reflection on the meaning of the holiday. Whether you're up early in the kitchen, on the road to a family gathering, or relaxing after the feast, Giving Thanks provides the perfect atmosphere for Thanksgiving: the warmth of great music, and truly memorable words.
A Feast for the Ears
November 26 at 12pm and 6pm
As families come together and give thanks, A Feast for the Ears helps set the atmosphere and provide deeper meaning to the Thanksgiving holiday. A two-hour program, A Feast for the Ears reflects on the rich history and traditions of this well-loved American holiday and highlights music by American composers such as Aaron Copeland, Virgil Thomson, William Billings and Charles Ives, along with some undiscovered treasures by Rick Sowash and Mark O?Connor. Host Mark Perzel presents a melodic and intriguing exploration of Thanksgiving history, lore and roots in early European harvest festivals, as well as a thoughtful examination of the holiday's evolution and contemporary traditions.
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