NEWS AND REVIEWS
SALT LAKE CHILDREN’S CHOIR ENCHANTS WITH DELIGHTFUL CHRISTMAS CONCERT
Posted on December 3, 2012 by Edward Reichel
Without the Salt Lake Children’s Choir’s annual Christmas concerts the holidays just wouldn’t be the same. And apparently that feeling is wide spread, as it was standing room only in the Cathedral of the Madeleine for Sunday’s performance.
The children mesmerized their audience with a program spanning several centuries…. Read More.
ANGELIC VOICES OF SALT LAKE CHILDREN’S CHOIR TO PERFORM AT THE CATHEDRAL OF THE MADELEINE
Posted on November 29, 2012 by Edward Reichel
When Ralph Woodward decided to start a children’s choir it was because of his desire to teach youngsters proper vocal technique. That was in 1979. Thirty-three years later he is still doing what he believes in. And hundreds upon hundreds of children have benefited from his direction and mentoring. So has the community. Each year Woodward’s Salt Lake Children’s Choir presents two concerts, of which the Christmas concert is a special treat and a highlight of the season…. Read original
Helena Symphony's Mahler performance: An ambitious event, masterfully done
Helena Independent Record, Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Our community of lovers of the arts, particularly those who support the Helena Symphony, did themselves proud last weekend, and made us proud of our “best small arts town” reputation in the process. Read original…
Undaunted hospitality: Symphony gets a little help from friends to pull off monumental Mahler
Marga Lincoln, Helena Independent Record, Friday, May 11, 2012
Big Sky hospitality is being put to the test this week — with more than 430 musicians and singers performing Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand Saturday night at the Helena Civic Center. Read original…