The Brigham Young University vocal faculty will present a free encore performance of Warren Martin's "The True Story of Cinderella" on Thursday, Sept. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Madsen Recital Hall of BYU's Harris Fine Arts Center.
The musical was presented in May for a KBYU-TV benefit and was such a hit that the troupe was asked to perform it again."The True Story of Cinderella" is a comic version of the classic fairy tale told in operatic style. The cast includes BYU music department faculty members Clayne and Vivien Robison, David Sargent, Barry Bounous, Arden Hopkin, C.H. Hill and Lois Johnson.
- VIOLINIST SISTERS Marilyn Felt Anderson and Francine Felt Potter will be joined by cellist Kristina Ann Potter and pianist David Van Alstyne in a free concert Friday, Sept. 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Temple Square Assembly Hall.
Spanning the baroque, classical and romantic periods, works ranging from Bach and Handel to Puccini and Rachmaninoff will be presented. Soprano Camille Cook, tenor Roger Summerhays and trum-pet player Bill Sullivan will also be featured.
All Utah artists, the performers have won numerous awards and performed with various groups in Utah and throughout the United States. The two sisters played with the Utah Symphony for many years, and Alstyne has conducted for Ballet West, the Utah Symphony and other orchestras around the country. Kristina Ann Potter is currently a member of the Mormon Youth Symphony.
- THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Chamber Orchestra will present an evening of duo-keyboard concertos by J.S. Bach Saturday, Sept. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Temple Square Assembly Hall.
Robert Debbaut will conduct the orchestra. Pianists who will be performing include Denise Yau, Angela Yee, Marianne Oldham, Josephine Ou, Marko Laitinen, Claudia Hong, Mindy Romney, Jacey Ekberg, Michael Harrington, Jensina Oliver and Allison Kendell. They have performed in such places as the Tourgee-DeBose National Piano Competition in Louisiana, the National Young Artist Competition in Arkansas and in Europe and Israel. All are students of Susan Duehlmeier's.
Admission is free but limited to those 8 and older.