Vivaldi by Candlelight

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Ciao, London! ~ Vivaldi by Candlelight
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Doors open 7:30 p.m.  |  Concert begins 8:00 p.m. 
First Presbyterian Church 12 C Street, SLC

 

REMAINING TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
IN PERSON AT LOCATION
7:30 PM SATURDAY 12.1.18

Regular Reserved Seats: $50 

At the turn of the 18th century, London was swept by a craze for anything Italian, especially music. Italian composers like Francesco Geminiani and Giovanni Bononcini were wildly successful in the UK for much of their careers. Some English composers, like Charles Avison, fawned over and imitated the style of his friend Geminiani and other Italian idols. However, other composers, like William Boyce, sought to preserve a traditional "English" sound.

So whether your tastes lean toward linguini con vongole or steak and kidney pie, the result is a fascinating and vibrant outpouring of virtuosity that is sure to please and delight at this year's Vivaldi by Candlelight gala.

Vivaldi by Candlelight is a signature fundraising gala of the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy and directly supports our mission and programs - funds raised through this year's Vivaldi by Candlelight Concert will benefit Young Diplomats of Utah  - a program that engages youth ages 14-20 empowering them to grow as caring, productive citizens, learning essential leadership skills, and having fun by engaging in our globally connected world through volunteerism and service projects. A portion of your ticket price is tax deductible.

The minimum age is 10.

Thank you to our sponsors & event partners:

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Additional thank you to First Presbyterian Church for hosting our concert in your beautiful church. And The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for the donation of the Harpsichord.

Vivaldi web banner 2018


Ciao, London! ~ Vivaldi by Candlelight
Saturday, December 1, 2018
Doors open 7:30 p.m.  |  Concert begins 8:00 p.m. 
First Presbyterian Church 12 C Street, SLC

 

REMAINING TICKETS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE
IN PERSON AT LOCATION
7:30 PM SATURDAY 12.1.18

Regular Reserved Seats: $50 

At the turn of the 18th century, London was swept by a craze for anything Italian, especially music. Italian composers like Francesco Geminiani and Giovanni Bononcini were wildly successful in the UK for much of their careers. Some English composers, like Charles Avison, fawned over and imitated the style of his friend Geminiani and other Italian idols. However, other composers, like William Boyce, sought to preserve a traditional "English" sound.

So whether your tastes lean toward linguini con vongole or steak and kidney pie, the result is a fascinating and vibrant outpouring of virtuosity that is sure to please and delight at this year's Vivaldi by Candlelight gala.

Vivaldi by Candlelight is a signature fundraising gala of the Utah Council for Citizen Diplomacy and directly supports our mission and programs - funds raised through this year's Vivaldi by Candlelight Concert will benefit Young Diplomats of Utah  - a program that engages youth ages 14-20 empowering them to grow as caring, productive citizens, learning essential leadership skills, and having fun by engaging in our globally connected world through volunteerism and service projects. A portion of your ticket price is tax deductible.

The minimum age is 10.

Thank you to our sponsors & event partners:

wtcLunt

Sinfonia 10alphagraphics

 

Additional thank you to First Presbyterian Church for hosting our concert in your beautiful church. And The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for the donation of the Harpsichord.

Pre-Concert Dinner

We are pleased to invite you to the
Vivaldi by Candlelight Concert with VIP reserved seating & pre-concert dinner

Saturday, December 1, 2018
Hosted at the home of Jerre & Dave Winder
Tickets: $125.00

VIP concert tickets can be purchased at the link above.

About Gerald Elias, Music Director

 BW closeup w. baton Nicholas SteffensGerald Elias, music director of Vivaldi by Candlelight since 2004, is a former violinist with the Boston Symphony and associate concertmaster of the Utah Symphony. He is also the author of the Daniel Jacobus mystery series, and his short stories and essays have been published in distinguished journals and anthologies.