The most common way to get to Provo is to fly to Salt Lake City. After a 60-min bus-ride on the highway connecting SLC and Las Vegas you will be in Provo. In national polls, Provo often ranks among the top places which are considered desirable to live, work and play. Provo is bordered on the east by towering mountain peaks, and on the west by the Utah Lake. Robert Redford’s Sundance Ski Resort & Village are just up the road.
Bearing the slogan “Singing and Joy”, the Sing’n’joy Provo will be taking place from March 16 to 20, 2016. The Sing’n’Joy concept also includes concerts and manifold encounters between the participating choirs. The competitions will be taking place in the Covey Center of the Arts and Brigham Young University will open their De Jong Concert Hall for the Opening and the Closing events. One of the highlights of the event will be ensembles from BYU Choral Department presenting their highest quality of choral singing in the Grand Opening and maybe also on other occasions during the festival.
Conductors and Singers will be given the chance to attend master classes held by Morten Lauridsen and other choral experts and why not enjoy the beauty of the Utah valley, a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts! With five national parks in close proximity, Utah is America’s national park capital. From mountain lakes and the beautiful Park City to historic Temple Square, sunny St. George, bustling Salt Lake City and to the peaceful Lake Powell, Utah will surprise you with its variety.
On Sunday, March 20, the choirs will have the opportunity to visit Salt Lake City and maybe even sing there … but that shall remain a secret at the present time … stay tuned to learn more about it soon.
Come and join INTERKULTUR in Utah and celebrate with us this international festival of choral music in Provo!
March 16, 2016 - March 20, 2016
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