Performers are constantly trying to better their skills through hard work and dedication. Hours of practice, training and memorization eventually turn into live productions aimed at impressing audiences. Actors, dancers and singers work incredibly hard to make their characters and personalities come to life.

The BYU Singers and Concert Choir teamed up to host a free concert of sacred music on Wednesday.

Three years ago, Alan Elliott was at the Telluride Film Festival, prepared to unveil the holy grail of musical works: A documentary on the making of Aretha Franklin’s “Amazing Grace,” which had been lost to the archives for decades until Elliott spent decades restoring it so it could finally be seen.

BYU DancEnsemble Artistic Director Kate Monson said watching students artistically struggle and “find new ways to express” themselves is her favorite part of the annual dance performance. DancEnsemble will host a performance highlighting various student and faculty choreography on Nov. 9 and 10 at the dance studio theatre in the Richards Building. As a contemporary […]