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    Psalms and Symphonies

    Presented by at Libby Gardner Hall - University of Utah

    February 27, 2012

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    Psalms and Symphonies

    Utah Chamber Artists has looked forward to presenting Igor Stravinsky's "Symphony of Psalms" for some time and this is the year! Considered to be one of the most important works of the 20th century.

    Libby Gardner Hall - University of Utah

    1375 East Presidents Circle
    Salt Lake City, UT 84112

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    Admission Info:
    $10-$15


    General Day and Time Info:
    Monday 7:30pm

    Phone: (801) 652-0737


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