Tuesday, July 02, 2013
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Department of Music
The BYU-Idaho Symphony will present its final concert of the semester. Works included on the program will be Borodin's melodious In the Steppes of Central Asia and two twentieth century works: Vaclav Nelhybel's Movement for Orchestra and one of the concerto competition winners, Kent Grover, performing the Concertino da Camera for Alto Saxaphone and Eleven Instruments. The center piece of the concert will be Felix Mendelssohn's Synphony No. 5, commonly called "The Reformation Symphony" because of its use of Martin Luther's triumphant choral, A Mighty Fortress is Our God.
Tickets cost $3 BYU-Idaho Students/$6 General Public