Category Archives: Interludes

Program Notes for Alchemy

Alchemy Program notes by Dr. Roger Miller Professor Emeritus, University of Utah To borrow a widely used musical expression, tonight’s … Continue reading

Can you name this composer?

Brahms had a portrait of him hanging on the wall in his study Beethoven wrote him a fan letter. Schumann … Continue reading

Why I Sang

They Made Me Do it! Well, they didn’t make me…but dear friends and U. of U. singing mates, Ron and … Continue reading

Program Notes: Collage 2016

“Journeys of the Heart” Utah Chamber Artists Collage Concert Monday September 26, 2016 by Roger Miller, Professor Emeritus, University of … Continue reading

Bob: Why I Listen

I have missed only one [Utah Chamber Artists] regularly scheduled concert in over 15 years and that was not by choice but … Continue reading

Rob – Why I Sing

As children, we gaze on the inexperienced world with excitement and anticipation. We are mesmerized as colors, light, and sounds … Continue reading

Music of the Masses – program notes

On the occasion of our 25th anniversary, tonight’s concert will reprise highlights selected from past performances of some of our … Continue reading

Gerald Finzi & In Terra Pax

A series of tragedies profoundly affected Finzi in his early years. By the time he was eighteen he had lost … Continue reading

Gerald Finzi’s New Year’s Eve Epiphany

Our concert on Sunday features Gerald Finzi’s In Terra Pax. This excerpt from Classical Iconoclast tells the story of how this … Continue reading

Nate: Why I Sing

I have a confession. For years, I’ve been hanging on to a secret that has been the source of shame. … Continue reading