Category Archives: Interludes

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

Cami: Why I Sing

I sang before I spoke. Or so goes the family legend, undoubtedly embellished over the years by my parents. My mother … Continue reading

Meet our Assistant Conductor

For those who attend our concerts regularly, you might recognize Eric Schmidt as a one of the back row basses, … Continue reading

Thoughts on “Whispers on the Prairie Wind”

Ēriks Ešenvalds is one of the most sought-after choral composers working today. He has a busy commission schedule and we are … Continue reading

John: Why I Sing

Why I sing can be summed up in two words: a girl. Or rather, that is how it started. I … Continue reading

Our 2015-2016 Visual Artist

  Utah Chamber Artists is pleased to partner with letterpress artist, David Wolske for our 2015-2016 concert season. His prints have been … Continue reading


We have a treat for you! At our final concert of the season we invite you to join us for … Continue reading

Hal: Why I Sing

It seems that I have always sung. Well, not in the womb but right after my exit of said location.  … Continue reading

Winter Concert Program Notes

‘Tis the Season: Program Notes

Program Notes — Dr. Roger Miller, Professor Emeritus, University of Utah. A Ceremony of Carols Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) INSPIRATIONAL MUSIC … Continue reading