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Update – COVID-19

Dear audience members, As you probably know, Governor Herbert has strongly encouraged that events involving more than 100 people be … Continue reading

2019-2020 Visual Artist Partner

Introducing our 2019-2020 season visual artist, Jared Gunnerson! Jared’s artwork will grace our programs and season brochure. Artist statement:For centuries, … Continue reading

Lance Larsen – Artist Partner

Lance Larsen is the author of five poetry collections, most recently What the Body Knows (Tampa 2017).  His poetry and prose appear widely, in … Continue reading

Jacqui Larsen – Artist Partner

Jacqui Larsen, a painter and mixed-media artist, has received a number of grants and awards, including two Utah Visual Arts … Continue reading

REVIEW – Utah Chamber Artists at Twenty-Five

photo by David Christensen Utah Chamber Artists | Jubilate | Cathedral of the Madeleine | Monday, September 21, 2015 | Concert review … Continue reading

REVIEW – Barlow Bradford’s Utah Chamber Artists deliver a powerful Brahms Requiem

Utah Chamber Artists perform with passion and polish. By Catherine Reese Newton The Salt Lake Tribune First Published Feb 24 … Continue reading

REVIEW – Heartfelt performance of ‘Ein Deutsches Requiem’ by the Utah Chamber Artists

Posted on February 25, 2014 by Edward Reichel UTAH CHAMBER ARTISTS, Ein deutsches Requiem, Libby Gardner Concert Hall, University of Utah, Feb. 24   … Continue reading

PREVIEW – Celebrating the Carols of the Century

Celebrating the carols of the century Performance • Utah Chamber Artists will salute Benjamin Britten’s centennial. By Robert Coleman Special … Continue reading

REVIEW: Utah Chamber Artists’ concert sparks reflection

The Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City. Courtesy Lynn R. Johnson Review: Utah Chamber Artists’ concert sparks reflection … Continue reading

REVIEW – Utah Chamber Artists give audience an evening to remember

Posted on September 18, 2012 by Edward Reichel UTAH CHAMBER ARTISTS, Collage Concert, “Shadows & Light,” Cathedral of the Madeleine, … Continue reading