USU ALUMNI BAND, tonight, 7 p.m., Kent Concert Hall, Chase Fine Arts Center, Logan. In conjunction with Utah State University's Summer Music Clinic, the band will perform works by Gershwin, Ralph Vaughan Williams, British composer Philip Sparke and a march by Sousa. Father-daughter team Larry Smith and Monica Fronk are guest artists. Free.

THE NETWORK CHOIR AND HANDBELLS, Monday, June 19, 7 p.m., North Park, Provo. The First Presbyterian Church of Berkeley Chorus and Handbell Choir are ensembles of approximately 60 students from San Francisco Bay area communities who range in age from 14-18 and sing regularly in worship throughout the year, in addition to various events and an annual tour. Under the direction of Christopher Borges and accompanied by Starr Brown, the choir will perform a repertoire of classical music, gospel, spirituals and contemporary pieces. Free.

SYNTHESIS, Tuesday, June 20, 7:30 p.m., Harris Fine Arts Center, de Jong Concert Hall, BYU, Provo. The jazz ensemble will perform a variety of popular and traditional numbers by Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Harry Connick Jr., Glenn Miller and Louis Armstrong, as well as original works by group members. Tickets are $8 and $10, available by calling 1-801-378-4322.

USU FACULTY DUO, AIRFARE AND FRIENDS, Wednesday, June 21, 7 p.m., Kent Concert Hall, Chase Fine Arts Center, Logan. This concert will provide an opportunity for USU Music Clinic students to hear teachers perform woodwind chamber music, including selections for flute and clarinet, as well as "A Child's Garden of Bugs," by USU faculty composer Dennis Griffin. Free.

SOUTHWEST CHORAL SYMPOSIUM AND CHURCH MUSIC WORKSHOP, Thursday-Saturday, June 22-24, all Fine Arts facilities, Dixie College and St. George Tabernacle. Choirs, individual artists, noted music instructors and educators will direct workshops, present recitals and conduct reading sessions for all interested performers, choral directors, pianists, organists, educators and church musicians. Included are Jerold Ottley, JoAnn Ottley, Robert Cundick, Carl Ahsby, H. Douglas Custance, Don Cook, Evelyn Harris, Darwin Wolford, Everett Reed, Richard Smith and countless other musicians. The Southern California Mormon Choir will join the Southern Utah Heritage Choir in a welcome concert Thursday evening in the St. George Tabernacle. The Mountain Chorale will premiere Richard Smith's "Mountain Requiem" Friday evening, June 23, in the Cox Auditorium at Dixie College. And Jerold Ottley and William D. Hall will conduct a final concert Saturday evening, featuring all choirs. Registration and other information may be obtained by calling Dixie College Community Outreach at 1-435-652-7675 or 1-435-673-5296. Free.

FARMINGTON COMPOSERS CONCERT IN THE PARK, Saturday, June 24, 6:30 p.m., Woodland Park, Farmington. Jointly sponsored by Farmington Performing Arts and Composers Guild, the ninth annual Concert in the Park will feature original compositions and arrangements by Farmington composers. Performing groups will include Wilda Madsen's Perfect Pitch-ers and the Ruth Gatrell Singers. Free.

MURRAY SYMPHONY POPS CONCERT, Saturday, June 24, 8 p.m., Murray Park Amphitheater. Under the direction of Clint Frohm, the symphony will perform movie themes, including "The Cowboys," "Anastasia," "Forrest Gump" and "Titanic." Tickets are $5 for adults, $3 for children or $20 for (immediate) families and can be purchased at the Murray Parks Office or at the gate.

UTAH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, Saturday, June 24, 8 p.m., Tanner Amphitheater, Springdale. The Utah Symphony Orchestra will perform a concert consisting of light classics, pop and works by Sousa. Tickets for the show are $8 for adults or $5 for youth and may be purchased at Flaningan's Inn and Desert Pearl Inn, Springdale; R & K's Bookstore and Cox Box Office, St. George; Munson's Music, Cedar City; Zion Pharmacy, Kanab.