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PWS Seminar

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 1 - 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Photosynthetic plasticity in Agave species: Can agaves be like Scrooge and Porky the Pig at the same time?”

Dr. Ryan Stewart, BYU Plant and Wildlife Sciences Department

PDBio Seminar

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 2 - 2:00 PM - 2:50 PM

“Chemical-Induced Redox Alterations in Developmental Dysmorphogenesis”

Dr. Jason Hansen, BYU Physiology and Developmental Biology Department

Leslie Odom Jr.

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 2 - 7:30 PM

Don’t miss your shot to be “in the room where it happens” when the Tony Award-winning star of the hit musical, Hamilton, makes his Utah concert debut backed by a live band on a program of smooth jazz and classics from the American songbook.

Mr. Odom’s powerful voice and bold portrayal of Aaron Burr garnered him universal accolades in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s celebrated retelling of America’s Founding Fathers on Broadway.

You can no longer see him in Hamilton, but you can see him at Brigham Young University in this very special season-opening concert performance!

Leslie Odom Jr.

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 3 - 7:30 PM

Don’t miss your shot to be “in the room where it happens” when the Tony Award-winning star of the hit musical, Hamilton, makes his Utah concert debut backed by a live band on a program of smooth jazz and classics from the American songbook.

Mr. Odom’s powerful voice and bold portrayal of Aaron Burr garnered him universal accolades in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s celebrated retelling of America’s Founding Fathers on Broadway.

You can no longer see him in Hamilton, but you can see him at Brigham Young University in this very special season-opening concert performance!

Concerts at Noon

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 9 - 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Each Friday afternoon*, the BYU School of Music Student Advisory Council presents a 30-minute performance featuring students from the School of Music in a variety of musical forms. From classical to jazz, percussion to pop, Concerts at Noon showcase some of the brightest talent the university has to offer.

Film: Ramona

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 9 - 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

The BYU Motion Picture Archive Film Series kicks off the fall schedule with the 1928 film Ramona.

Helen Hunt Jackson's celebrated story of colonial California and the love between Alessandro, a native American, and the beautiful Ramona, an orphan of mixed heritage, comes to life on the big screen. Photographed amidst the splendor of Utah's Zion national Park, this epic film has been considered lost for decades. An original print--complete with the original tints and tones--was recently discovered in the Russian film archive and gets its Utah premier.

Involvapalooza

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 14 - 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Come get involved and learn more about the various clubs and organizations on campus! Find your niche and expand your experience by learning about the awesome opportunities readily available for you.

Faculty Recital Michelle Kesler

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 14 - 7:30 PM

Branford Marsalis Quartet With Special Guest Kurt Elling

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 15 - 7:30 PM

A collaboration between jazz’s most intense band and one of the genre’s foremost singers should prove to be anything but standard in this special line-up that looks beyond the Great American Songbook and enables the band to perform a variety of material in new and exciting ways.

BYU Dance in Concert

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 15 - 7:30 PM

BYU’s finest student dance ensembles shine in this treasured annual season-opening showcase concert (formerly known aseviDANCE) featuring performances by Ballroom Dance Company, Contemporary Dance Theatre, International Folk Dance Ensemble, Living Legends, and Theatre Ballet.

Concerts at Noon

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 16 - 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Each Friday afternoon*, the BYU School of Music Student Advisory Council presents a 30-minute performance featuring students from the School of Music in a variety of musical forms. From classical to jazz, percussion to pop, Concerts at Noon showcase some of the brightest talent the university has to offer.

BYU Dance in Concert

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 16 - 7:30 PM

BYU’s finest student dance ensembles shine in this treasured annual season-opening showcase concert (formerly known aseviDANCE) featuring performances by Ballroom Dance Company, Contemporary Dance Theatre, International Folk Dance Ensemble, Living Legends, and Theatre Ballet.

BYU Dance in Concert

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 17 - 2:00 PM

BYU’s finest student dance ensembles shine in this treasured annual season-opening showcase concert (formerly known aseviDANCE) featuring performances by Ballroom Dance Company, Contemporary Dance Theatre, International Folk Dance Ensemble, Living Legends, and Theatre Ballet.

BYU Dance in Concert

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 17 - 7:30 PM

BYU’s finest student dance ensembles shine in this treasured annual season-opening showcase concert (formerly known aseviDANCE) featuring performances by Ballroom Dance Company, Contemporary Dance Theatre, International Folk Dance Ensemble, Living Legends, and Theatre Ballet.

Greek Theatre Festival: Herakles

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 19 - 5:00 PM

Westminster College Classical Greek Theatre Festival

Herakles
by Euripides
Translated by Anne Carson

Directed by Hugh Hanson
Scenic Design by Spencer Brown
Costume Design by Erin West
Music Composed and performed by Ryan Fedor

Free pre-performance lecture, 4:00 pm

Herakles follows the Greek hero Herakles as he finishes his last heroic labor and returns home. Herakles arrives home just in time to prevent his family from being killed by the unlawful ruler Lycus, but the jealous god Hera intervenes and tragedy ensues. The production will be set in 1969, featuring Herakles as a veteran coming home from Vietnam and struggling with PTSD. The show will use a selection of large puppets to represent some characters, including the Greek gods and the three-headed dog Cerberus.

BYU Jazz Showcase

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 21 - 7:30 PM

This annual showcase of the BYU School of Music’s premier jazz ensembles features performances by Synthesis, Jazz Ensemble, and Jazz Legacy Dixieland Band.

Joyce DiDonato with Brentano String Quartet

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 22 - 7:30 PM

The Grammy Award-winning mezzo-soprano, celebrated for her “glamour, charisma, intelligence, grace, and remarkable talent” (New York Times), takes to the stage with the Yale School of Music’s esteemed quartet-in-residence for a program of familiar and contemporary classical treasures.

Joyce DiDonato, mezzo-soprano

Brentano String Quartet
Mark Steinberg, violin
Serena Canin, violin
Misha Amory, viola
Nina Lee, cello

Concerts at Noon

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 23 - 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Each Friday afternoon*, the BYU School of Music Student Advisory Council presents a 30-minute performance featuring students from the School of Music in a variety of musical forms. From classical to jazz, percussion to pop, Concerts at Noon showcase some of the brightest talent the university has to offer.

Cyrano

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 23 - 7:00 PM

THEATRE FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
BYU YOUNG COMPANY
CYRANO

Adapted by Jo Roets
From the Play by Edmond Rostand
Translated into English by Audrey Van Tuyckom

Directed by Kris Jennings

Cyrano de Bergerac is a master of swordplay and wordplay, but a “magnificent Mount Everest of a nose” blocks his path to true love. From Parisian balconies to bloody battlefields, tongue-tied Christian borrows Cyrano’s words to woo beautiful Roxane—but is she falling for Christian’s looks or Cyrano’s soul? A cast of lively actors triangulates this classic into a lightning-paced romance of duels, panache, sacrifice—and an enormous schnoz.

Film: Brigham Young

2 hours 46 min ago

Sep 23 - 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Studio boss Darryl F. Zanuck personally produced 20th Century Fox's biggest film of the year in this sprawling epic that dramatized the persecution and expulsion of the Latter-day Saints from Nauvoo and their trek west to the Salt Lake Valley. Vincent Price's brief but stiffing portrayal of founding Prophet Joseph Smith and Dean Jagger's forceful performance in the title role resulted in President Heber J. Grant calling the film "a friendmaker."

20th Century-Fox, 1940, 1 Hr 54 Mins.

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