Louis Schwizgebel plays Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12 at the Noorda
- Thu 7:30 PM Mar 03, 2022 VIEW TICKETS
All audience members, regardless of age, attending Utah Symphony concerts at The Noorda must present a negative Covid-19 test result obtained within 72 hours of the event. In lieu of a negative test, a patron can voluntarily provide proof of full Covid-19 vaccination. Patrons 12 and older will also be asked to present a photo ID. Face coverings are strongly encouraged for all audience members.
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Concert Highlights Include:
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Swiss pianist Louis Schwizgebel comes to Utah to perform Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 12, written just after the composer’s arrival in Vienna at the age of 28.
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GABRIELA LENA FRANK: Escaramuza
MOZART: Piano Concerto No. 12
SHOSTAKOVICH: Symphony No. 5
All programs are subject to change given the ongoing uncertainty around the COVID-19 health crisis. Should USUO need to cancel or change elements of the season, ticket holders will be notified about their ticket options. USUO continues to prioritize the health and well-being of the entire community.
GENERAL AGE GUIDELINE: Individuals ages five and older are welcome at this performance. Parents should ensure their children are able to sit quietly through the performance without disturbing others around them. No babes in arms will be admitted.
LATE SEATING POLICY: Late seating will be at an appropriate break in the concert, to be determined at a later date, or at intermission. More information on our late and re-entry policies is found here.
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