Zach Buie from The Chamber Music Society of Salt Lake City talks to Mary about their upcoming concert featuring Cuarteto Casals.
Music Director and Conductor Robert Baldwin from the Salt Lake Symphony talks to Mary about their Annual Vienna Ball -- the only traditional Viennese Ball in Utah attracting visitors from out of state for the food, dancing, and music.
Executive Director Kary D. Billings talks about the Gina Bachauer International Piano Foundation' presentation of Chi Ho Han in Concert.
Playwright Tim Slover talks about Virtue, his latest play presented by Plan-B Theatre, celebrating the life of 12th Century Abbess, Hildegard of Bingen.
The University of Utah’s Department of Theatre presents “Dogfight” a story of three young marines on the eve of their deployment. Musical Theater Director, Denny Berry talks to Mary about their latest production.
Jess Roadman from Crossroads Urban Center talks about their Gospel Extravaganza and celebration commemorating their 50 years of serving the Utah community.
Executive Director, Jena Woodbury talks about Ririe-Woodbury’s “Winter season” and how it casts its gaze on the fragility and magic embodied within our presence in the environment.
Samba Fogo will hold their 8th Annual Samba Queen Contest where dancers entertain an energetic crowd as they compete for the title of 2017 Rainha Do Samba. Executive director, Lorin Hansen joins Mary to talk more about the competition and the exciting evening they have planned for their audience.
Chamber Orchestra Ogden presents their Fourth Annual Red Dress Concert. Dr. Michael Palumbo talks about the fundraiser and the program they have planned for their audiences.
Jim Cooper from the Salt Lake County Library talks about the interactive community dialogue they have planned in collaboration with the Aspen Institute, exploring local perspectives of how our country can cultivate a common purpose.
Reverend Tom Goldsmith talks about The First Unitarian Church and what they have planned for the 6th Annual Day of Remembrance for Downwinders.
Quilts for Kids encourages sewers of all skill levels to encourage each other as they create comfort quilts for traumatized children in Utah. Utah’s Chapter Coordinator, Diane Pebley joined Mary to talk more about the workshops they offer.
Western Governor’s University hosts regular “Sage Talks” featuring leaders in innovators in business, education, healthcare and information technology. David Grow joins Mary to talk about January's talk.
Shannon Musgrave from Pinnacle Acting Company talks about their latest production, Gidion’s Knot, which deals with excruciating feelings of a grieving mother and overwhelmed school teacher.