‘Luz de las Naciones’ premieres this weekend

Every year The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints puts on “Luz de las Naciones," a celebration of Latin American culture and dance.

More than 80 local bands perform at Provo music festival, growing sense of community

Provo residents had the opportunity to hear live music from more than 80 local bands this past weekend at the Buzzards and Bees music festival.

Spotify announces free hours of audiobook listening, students compare streaming services

Spotify announced Spotify Premium users will soon have access to 150,000 audiobooks and 15 hours of free listening per month, “giving them the ability to enjoy as many titles as they want within that monthly allocation,” according to Spotify Newsroom.

BYU Philharmonic welcomes Itzhak Perlman and former philharmonic director

Itzhak Perlman, the prestigious Israeli-American violinist, graced the BYU stage Oct. 11 and 11 for a two-night event that also welcomed back previous BYU Philharmonic Director Kory Katseanes.

BYU student takes the stage with The Band CAMINO

Thousands of concert goers gathered to see The Band CAMINO at the UCCU center on Sept. 30. One moment of the concert was unforgettable--when BYU student and local drummer Mikey Iacopucci was called up on stage to drum for one of his favorite songs. Band members saw Iacopucci holding up a sign that said, “It’s my b-day, can I play drums?” and they let him come up out of the audience to play.

New hymnbook to roll out beginning 2024

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced a new, consolidated collection of sacred music, which will begin rolling out in print and digital formats in the first half of 2024.
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