Arnold Schoenberg at 25 years of age was still far from the revolutions that would define his status and re-define our understanding of creativity and its limits.
If every orderly transition in an organization or institution came off as exquisitely as last weekend’s closing concert for NOVA Chamber Music Series’ 40th anniversary season, we would be fortunate to move forward with less stress and more promise.
NOVA’s 2017-18 season closes with both a nod to the past and an eye toward the future.
On Sunday May 6th, NOVA’s 40th Anniversary Season celebration closes with music by Schubert, Messiaen, and Lutosławski.
One of the great joys of serving as your Artistic Director has been the generous and open-minded spirit displayed by NOVA audiences over the years.
Bela Bartók’s string quartets are widely viewed to be the most significant contribution to the genre since Beethoven’s, 100 years earlier. As we look forward to the final concert in the Fry Street Quartet’s exploration of these incredible pieces, we thought we’d share a few interesting tidbits about.
The Fry Street Quartet returns to the magnificent G. W. Anderson Family Great Hall at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts for the final Gallery Series concert of NOVA’s 40th Anniversary season.