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Calendar of Events
23 Andrew Peck Faculty Recital Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
28 Opening Reception for Architectural Design Exhibit Spori Art Gallery 7:00-9:00 Free
29-30 Architectural Design Exhibit Spori Art Gallery 9:00-8:00 Free
29 1964–The Tribute Hart Auditorium 7:30 $12/$6
2-20 Architectural Design Exhibit Spori Art Gallery 9:00-8:00 Free
6 Mindy Gledhill with Teton Chamber Orchestra Kirkham Auditorium 7:30 $12/$6
20 Paul Cardall Concert Kirkham Auditorium 7:30 $12/$6
20 Marsha Bjornn Faculty Organ Recital Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 Free
23 STAR Recital Snow Recital Hall 5:45 Free
26 Student Organ Recital Barrus Concert Hall 2:00 Free
27 Bill Holman Faculty Recital Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
26-31 Russian Impressionism Art Exhibit Spori Art Gallery 9:00-8:00 Free
31 Waiting for Godot Snow Black Box Theatre 7:30 $6/$3
31 Aaron Miller & Keith Phillips Faculty Recital Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
1-24 Russian Impressionism Art Exhibit Spori Art Gallery 9:00-8:00 Free
1 Symphony Orchestra Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $6/$3
3 Stanford Olsen and Friends Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $6/$3
1-4, 7-11 Waiting for Godot Snow Black Box Theatre 7:30 $6/$3
6 STAR Recital Snow Recital Hall 5:45 Free
8 Matt Moore Faculty Tuba Recital Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
9 Woodwind Faculty Quintet Recital Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
10 Spring Choirfest Barrus Concert Hall 6:00 & 8:30 $6/$3
11 Nik Day Concert Kirkham Auditorium 7:30 $5
14 University Band Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $6/$3
16 Baroque Ensemble Snow Recital Hall 7:30 $6/$3
17 University Choir and Orchestra Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $6/$3
20 STAR Recital Snow Recital Hall 5:45 Free
21 RixStix Percussion Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $6/$3
22 Jazz Combos Snow Ensemble Hall 7:30 $6/$3
22 Harp Ensemble Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 Free
23 Borealis String Quartet Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $12/$6
24 Chamber Brass Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 Free
24-25 Collegiate Dance Concert Kirkham Auditorium 7:30 $6/$3
25 String Chamber Ensembles Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 Free
27 STAR Recital Snow Recital Hall 5:45 Free
28 Chamber Woodwinds Snow Recital Hall 6:00 Free
28-30 Oedipus Snow Drama Theatre 7:30 $6/$3
29 NATS Recital Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
30 Student Organ Recital BYU–Idaho Center 2:00 Free
30 Opera Scenes Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 Free
30 Society of Illustrators Opening Reception Spori Art Gallery 7:00-9:00 Free
30 Mt. Moran String Quartet Spori Art Gallary 7:00-8:00 Free
31 Society of Illustrators Exhibit Spori Art Gallary 9:00-8:00 Free
1-2, 5-9 Oedipus Snow Drama Theatre 7:30 $6/$3
1-29 Society of Illustrators Exhibit Spori Art Gallery 9:00-8:00 Free
1 Opera Scenes Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 Free
2 University Band Driggs Celebration 8:00 -
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5 Nadine Luke Faculty Flute Recital Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
6 Jazz Lab Band Kirkham Auditorium 7:30 $6/$3
7 Chamber Winds Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
7 BFA Opening Reception Spori Art Gallery 7:00-9:00 Free
8-23 BFA Art Exhibit Spori Building All day Free
8 Piano Ensemble Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
9 BYU–Idaho Alumni Orchestra Barrus Concert Hall 4:00 Free
9 Patriots & Pioneers Concert BYU–Idaho Center 7:30 $15 family/$6/$3
9 Patriots & Pioneers Preshow Dinner MC Special Events Room 6:00-7:00 $15
12 Brass Quintets Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
13 Student Composers Recital Snow Recital Hall 6:00 Free
13 University Orchestra Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $6/$3
14 Piano Majors Recital Snow Recital Hall 4:30 Free
14 Chamber Strings Snow Recital Hall 7:30 Free
15 Summer Jazz Fest with Conrad Herwig Kirkham Auditorium 7:30 $6/$3
16 Spring Choirs Concert Barrus Concert Hall 7:30 $6/$3
28-29 Rejoice 2011 Education Week Concert Kirkham Auditorium 7:30 $8
The Spring Semester at Brigham Young University–Idaho is filled with a busy schedule of
music, dance and theatrical performances on campus. The performing and visual arts at the
university provide a wide variety of academic, cultural, social, and spiritual experiences. The
College of Performing and Visual Arts and the Center Stage Performing Arts Series both take
seriously the mission of the university to provide a quality education for students of diverse
interests, to prepare students for lifelong learning, and to maintain a wholesome environment.
The College of Performing and Visual Arts presents many programs We encourage you to study this program guide, make note of some
during the semester. The Department of Music will perform choir, events that look interesting to you, and buy your tickets when
opera, harp, brass, percussion, jazz and string concerts throughout they go on sale two to three weeks before most events. We hope
the semester. The Theatre Department will feature two theatrical you enjoy our spring season that we believe offers something for
performances and four art shows will be featured in the Spori Art everyone.
Gallery during the spring and summer months.
The Center Stage Performing Arts Series will team up with the See you at the show!
Department of Music to present the second annual Patriots and
Pioneers patriotic program on July 9 in the new BYU–Idaho Don Sparhawk, Coordinator Kevin Brower, Dean
Center. Special guest will be tenor George Dyer.
center stage performing college of performing
Center Stage will also present the Beatles’ group 1964–The Tribute, arts series & visual arts
singer Mindy Gledhill with the Teton Chamber Orchestra, musician
Paul Cardall, tenor Stanford Olsen, jazz trombonist Conrad Herwig,
the Borealis String Quartet, and a special Education Week concert
featuring several Latter-day Saint performers.
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1964 –THE TRIBUTE
F R I D A Y, A P R I L 2 9 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
Considered by many to be the No. 1 Beatles music show in the world,
1964–The Tribute is returning to campus for an indoor concert in the
Hart Auditorium. With authentic stage gear, suits, mop tops, and a
performance full of No.1 hits, 1964 has been performing early Beatles
music for more than 20 years. They will perform everything from love
ballads like “And I Love Her” and “If I Fell” to high energy hits such as
“She Loves You” and “Twist and Shout.”
R AT I N G : L O U D A N D F U N
Tickets go on sale April 11. Cost is $12 for general public,
$6 for BYU–Idaho students. No children under 4. Classroom dress.
WITH THE TETON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
F R I D A Y, M A Y 6 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
Mindy Gledhill will perform her first concert with an orchestra at
BYU–Idaho. Singing with the Teton Chamber Orchestra directed by
Eric Wenstrom, she will perform several songs from her recent CD
Anchor, including “Anchor,” “All About Your Heart,” and “Circus Girl.”
Mindy’s first album, The Sum of All Grace, proved to be an inspirational,
faith-based endeavor—an artistic response to the challenges of being
a wife, mother, student, and a spiritual being. Her effort resulted in
two Pearl Awards (Best Inspirational Album, New Recording Artist)
in 2005, followed by another Pearl Award (Best Inspirational Song) in
2006 for her contribution on a compilation album. Her second album,
Feather in the Wind, explores a greater range of musical and vocal styles.
R AT I N G : C O N T E M P O R A R Y, S P I R I T U A L
Tickets go on sale April 18. Cost is $12 for general public, $6 for BYU–
Idaho students. No children under 4. Classroom dress.
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F R I D A Y, M A Y 2 0 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
Paul Cardall has entertained sold-out audiences and inspired people worldwide
with 14 studio albums and various published writings. Born with essentially
half a heart, Paul underwent a life-changing transplant less than two years ago.
He said, “It was a beautifully orchestrated miracle.” With a new heart comes
new life and new music. Accompanied by an ensemble of strings, guitar, and
special guests, Paul’s optimistic message will inspire courage, strength, and
hope in the hearts of those who hear his music and message.
R AT I N G : C O N T E M P O R A R Y
Tickets go on sale May 2. Cost is $12 for general public, $6 for BYU–Idaho
students. No children under 4. Classroom dress.
STANFORD OLSEN AND FRIENDS
F R I D A Y, J U N E 3 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
BARRUS CONCERT HALL
Stanford Olsen is one of the world’s leading light lyric tenors. He joins the BYU–Idaho
music faculty as a visiting professor during the Spring Semester. Since his concert
debut in 1986 opposite Joan Sutherland, he has performed more than 150 times
with New York’s Metropolitan Opera, and has been heard in such major venues as
La Scala, Australian Opera, Deutsche Oper Berlin, San Francisco Opera, and most
other significant opera companies in the United States and Europe. One of this
generation’s most versatile concert performers, he regularly performs with the world’s
top orchestras and conductors in repertory from Bach to Bartok. A frequent guest
artist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, he is also well-known to Latter-day Saint
audiences for his performance on President Hinckley’s 90th birthday celebration.
Joining him for this recital will be members of the BYU-Idaho music faculty,
including pianist Brandon Bascom and the Faculty String Quartet.
R AT I N G : C L A S S I C A L
Tickets go on sale May 16. Cost is $6 for general public, $3 for BYU–Idaho students. No
children under 6. Event dress.
S AT U R D A Y, J U N E 1 1 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
Nik Day is a singer/songwriter from Idaho Falls, who currently
resides in Provo, Utah. Popular with college students, he has shared
the stage with artists like Alex Boye, Benton Paul, and Joshua James,
among many others. His style is uniquely his own, though some say
his music is similar to Michael Buble and Jason Mraz, with a warm,
raspy voice similar to that of John Mayer.
R AT I N G : C O N T E M P O R A R Y
Tickets go on sale May 23. Cost is $5 for everyone.
No children under 4. Classroom dress.
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BOREALIS STRING QUARTET
T H U R S D A Y, J U N E 2 3 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
BARRUS CONCERT HALL
At the vanguard among exciting quartets of their generation, the Borealis
String Quartet has created a sensation with its dynamic performances,
passionate style, and refined musical interpretations. With a sound called
“radiant” by Strad magazine, the Borealis String Quartet has performed
to critical acclaim and sold-out concert halls throughout North America.
Formed in the fall of 2000 in Vancouver, British Columbia, the quartet
established a stellar reputation so quickly that its concerts became instant
R AT I N G : C L A S S I C A L
Haydn: Quartet in G Major, Op. 76, No. 1
Shostakovich: Quartet No. 8
Grieg: Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op. 27
Tickets go on sale June 6. Cost is $12 for general public, $6 for BYU–Idaho
students. No children under 6. Event dress.
PATRIOTS AND PIONEERS
F E AT U R I N G B Y U –I D A H O S T U D E N T S A N D T E N O R
S AT U R D A Y, J U LY 9 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
The BYU–Idaho College of Performing and Visual Arts will present
its second major July concert to celebrate American patriots and
pioneers. Tenor George Dyer will join more than 300 students,
including the Men’s and Women’s choirs, Symphonic Band, dancers,
and narrators in the patriotic tribute. The production will be
held in the new 15,000-seat BYU–Idaho Center. George Dyer is a
gifted performer of musical theater and opera, and has enchanted
countless audiences in the United States and Europe, including
performances with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
R AT I N G : PAT R I O T I C
Tickets go on sale June 13. $6 for general public, $3 for BYU–Idaho
students. No children under 6. To make the concerts affordable to
families, a special $15 family rate is available at the Kimball Ticket
Office or by calling (208) 496-3170 (not available online). Event dress.
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SUMMER JAZZ FEST
F E AT U R I N G C O N R A D H E R W I G
F R I D A Y, J U LY 1 5 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
Conrad Herwig, one of the greatest jazz trombonists of our day, will
perform at the BYU–Idaho Summer Jazz Fest along with Sound
Alliance and Jazz Combo 1. Voted No. 1 Jazz Trombonist in the 2002
Downbeat Jazz Critic’s Poll, Conrad has three Grammy nominations
and is a featured soloist on the Joe Lovano Nonet Grammy Award
winning 52nd Street Themes CD. He has 19 albums as a leader and has
recorded on more than 200 albums in his 30-plus-year career with
artists such as Frank Sinatra, Miles Davis, Quincy Jones, Buddy Rich,
Joe Henderson, Horace Silver, and many others. More information
about the Summer Jazz Fest, clinics, workshops, and performances
will be made available as the event draws nearer.
R AT I N G : J A Z Z
Tickets go on sale June 27. Cost is $6 for general public, $3 for
BYU–Idaho students. No children under 6. Classroom dress.
E D U C AT I O N W E E K C O N C E R T
T H U R S D A Y A N D F R I D A Y, J U LY 2 8 A N D 2 9
7 : 3 0 P. M . , K I R K H A M A U D I T O R I U M
Come “rejoice” with us in an unforgettable concert that brings together on
one stage many of your favorite Latter-day Saint performing artists. The
Todd McCabe and April Moriarty concert features Cherie Call, Dan Beck, Jessie Clark Funk, Sam Payne,
April Moriarty, Todd McCabe, Ryan Tilby, and April Meservy. You will feel
the warmth and friendship between these artists as they sing and perform
together, and still enjoy hearing your favorite solos. This musical evening
of joy, hope, and inspiration will be one not to miss.
R AT I N G : S P I R I T U A L
Tickets go on sale June 1. Special rate of $8 for everyone!
No children under 6. Classroom dress.
Cherie Call Sam Payne
April Meservy Dan Beck Jessie Clark Funk Ryan Tilby
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Center Stage will offer one preshow dinner during the Spring
Semester. The dinner, which will be prepared by University
Catering, is planned for you to have plenty of time to get to the
BYU–Idaho Center for the concert that begins at 7:30 p.m. Easy
access via a new elevator is available from a door on the east side of
the Manwaring Center.
PAT R I O T S A N D P I O N E E R S C O N C E R T
S AT U R D A Y, J U LY 9 , 6 -7 P. M .
MANWARING CENTER SPECIAL EVENTS ROOM
$ 1 5 ( TA X A N D T I P I N C L U D E D )
Lemon Thyme Turkey Breast
Herb Red Roasted Potatoes
Parker House Rolls
Chocolate Cream Pie
ELIZA R. SNOW SOCIETY FOR THE
PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
Patrons and students alike benefit from outstanding
presentations of various artistic expressions at BYU–Idaho.
The Eliza R. Snow Society for the Performing and Visual
Arts supports students in the areas of theatre, dance, music,
visual arts, and interior design. Generous donors collectively
contributed over $150,000 for the recent purchase of a
Hamburg Steinway Concert Grand Piano for the Eliza R. Snow
Center for the Performing Arts.
You can help ensure that the legacy of artistic excellence
continues at BYU–Idaho by contributing as a member of the
Snow Society. Membership begins with a minimum donation
of $100 (less than $10 a month). If you would like to participate
in this worthy effort or have questions, you may call Alton
Hansen at (208) 496-3535 or e-mail email@example.com.
For more information, please visit the Web site at
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The BYU–Idaho Department of Music sponsors numerous recitals and concerts during the spring and summer catering to
just about everyone’s taste. Here are a few of the concerts (see Calendar of Events on pages 2 and 3 for a complete list).
A N D R E W P E C K F A C U LT Y R E C I TA L B I L L H O L M A N F A C U LT Y R E C I TA L
S AT U R D A Y, A P R I L 2 3 , 7 : 3 0 P. M . F R I D A Y, M A Y 2 7 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
S N O W R E C I TA L H A L L S N O W R E C I TA L H A L L
After completing a bachelor’s degree in Bill Holman has been a member of the
voice performance at BYU–Idaho, Andrew music faculty at BYU–Idaho since 2001.
Peck earned a master of musical arts degree He currently teaches woodwind methods,
in voice at the University of Houston. The chamber music, and is the university’s
Rexburg native now teaches voice at BYU–Idaho and is clarinet instructor. He also performs with the Orchestra at
preparing to begin a doctorate degree in voice. He will be Temple Square as co-principal clarinetist. He will present a
performing two chamber works with string quartet: On program featuring the Quintet for Clarinet, 2 Violins, Viola
Wenlock Edge by Ralph Vaughan Williams and La Bonne and Cello by Brahms; the Overture on Hebrew Themes by
Chanson by Gabriel Faure, based on poetry by Verlaine. He Prokofieff, and Three Clarinets and Piano by Murray Boren
will be accompanied by faculty members Lisa Hansen, Ted featuring vocalist Kristine Ciesinski. Free admission.
Ashton, Dallin Hansen, Lisa McNiven, Robert Tueller, and
Aaron Miller. Free admission.
RIX STIX PERCUSSION GROUP
T U E S D A Y, J U N E 2 1 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
BARRUS CONCERT HALL
What do trash cans, empty kitty litter containers, 7-foot
poles, drum sticks, gongs, tom-toms, snare drums, triangles,
cowbells, xylophones, marimbas, timpani, milk buckets,
steel pipes, bells, bass bows, bass drums, marching drums,
marching cymbals, crash cymbals, suspended cymbals,
finger cymbals, siren whistles, congas, bongos, tambourines,
16-20 performers, lots of creative music, numerous assorted
sound effects, and one director equal? RixStix Percussion
Group—experience the sound!
Cost is $6 for general public, $3 for BYU–Idaho students.
C O L L E G I AT E D A N C E C O N C E R T
“J U S T D A N C E ”
F E AT U R I N G T H E B Y U - I D A H O C O L L E G I AT E D A N C E R S
J U N E 2 4 & 2 5 , 7 : 3 0 P. M .
The Collegiate Dance Company is a student-directed
performing group consisting of numerous dancers unified
in one purpose: to entertain and uplift. A wide variety of
styles will be presented, showcasing the diverse talents of
BYU–Idaho student choreographers and performers. It is a
colorful, energetic, uplifting feast for the soul.
$6 for general public, $3 for BYU–Idaho students.
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WAITING FOR GODOT
D I R E C T E D B Y J U S T I N B AT E S
S N O W B L A C K B O X T H E AT R E
MAY 31 & JUNE 1-4, 7-11
When Samuel Beckett’s absurdist play Waiting for Godot exploded on
to the London stage in 1953, it shocked as many people as it delighted.
There had never been a play like it; two men clowning around, joking
and arguing, repeating themselves, as they wait through one day and
then another, waiting for the mysterious Godot. A brutal man of
means comes by, leading a weakling slave who does his bidding like a
mechanical doll. Every day a child comes from the unknown Godot,
and evasively puts the big arrival off until tomorrow. It is a tragic view,
but its poetry and tension redefined what is possible in theatre so that
these days, Waiting for Godot is accepted as one of the most significant
plays of the twentieth century.
$6 general public; $3 BYU–Idaho students. No children under 6.
DIRECTED BY HYRUM CONRAD
S N O W D R A M A T H E AT R E
J U N E 2 8 - J U LY 2 , 5 - 9
A new version by Frank McGuinness from a literal translation by
Ciaran McGrogarty of the original play by Sophocles.
The myth upon which this story is based is well known: a king
of Thebes —acting entirely in ignorance — kills his father and
marries his mother. Residents of Thebes turn to Oedipus to
lift both a curse from them and the plague that ravages their
city. From the Delphic oracle he learns that he must root out
the late king’s murderer to stop the curse. Inexorably pursuing
the truth, in the space of a single day, Oedipus becomes his
Since it was first performed in Athens in the 5th century,
Oedipus has been widely regarded as the greatest tragedy
of Sophocles. It is one of the foundation stones of western
drama, universally recognized as the tragic masterpiece of
Greek theatre. This new version is as suspenseful as a detective
mystery, yet has an outcome long ago determined by Fate; it is
powerful, poetic, and poignant.
$6 general public; $3 BYU–Idaho students. No children under 6.
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JACOB SPORI ART GALLERY
H O U R S : M O N D A Y – F R I D A Y 9 A . M . T O 8 P. M .
S AT U R D A Y: N O O N T O 8 P. M .
N O T O P E N O N H O L I D A Y S A N D D U R I N G I N S TA L L AT I O N O F E X H I B I T S
Visitors are welcome during gallery hours or by appointment. Admission is free. For more information or tours, contact
gallery at (208) 496-4921 or visit our Web site at www.byui.edu/art/sporigallery.
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN RUSSIAN IMPRESSIONISM
APRIL 29- MAY 20 MAY 26 - JUNE 24
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 28, 7-9 p.m. The This exhibit will feature the oil paintings of the Russian
reception is free and open to the public. Impressionism painters Sergei Bongart and Ovanes
BYU–Idaho architecture students will display a variety of
sketches, layouts, models, and computerized renderings of
BACHELOR OF FINE ART EXHIBIT
O R I G I N A L A R T: J U LY 8 - 2 3
T H E S O C I E T Y O F I L L U S T R AT O R S Opening Reception: Thursday, July 7, 7-9 p.m. The
reception is free and open to the public.
J U LY 1 - 2 9
The fine art graduating students collaborate to exhibit
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 30, 7-9 p.m. The Mt.
their final semester works of art. This exhibit featured
Moran Quartet will feature an evening of chamber music
throughout the Jacob Spori Building shows a variety of art
from 7-8 p.m, including some music for children. The
mediums, such as ceramics, illustration, graphic design,
reception is free and open to the public.
This traveling exhibit from New York City showcases forty
colorful children’s book illustrations by artists such as Brian
Lies, Dan Santat, Holly Hobbie, and many more.
Mt. Moran Quartet: Richard Ferguson, KaraLyn Ferguson,
Ryan DaBell, and James Gordon are members of this local
string quartet. In addition to other performances throughout
the year, they perform an annual recital in the Jacob Spori
Mt. Moran Quartet
Society of Illustrators’ show, by Dan Santat
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Ticket and Performance Information
For tickets and information, call (208) 496-3170 or (800) 717-4257.
The BYU–Idaho Ticket Office is located in the Kimball Building and
is open weekdays from 8:15 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. when school is in
session (except on Tuesdays when the office closes from 2-3 p.m.).
Self-service ticket machines are located in the Alumni and Friends
Center on Main Street in Rexburg, the Manwaring Center, and the
Tickets may also be ordered over the Internet at
If the show is not sold out, tickets are available at the door. A
standby line is also formed if a show is sold out.
Season tickets that feature discounted prices are available to
community patrons on a semester basis. Inquire with the Ticket
Office for more information.
The audience needs to be seated ten minutes prior to the show
to guarantee seating. Seats not occupied ten minutes prior to a
performance are released (except in the Hart Auditorium where seats
are not released).
Young children (including babies) are not admitted to most Center
Stage events, unless otherwise noted.
“Event Dress” Policy
Check your ticket for whether an event is “event dress” or
“classroom dress.” Many events on campus, including nearly all
music, dance, and theatre events sponsored by the College of
Performing and Visual Arts, require “event dress.” For men, this
includes dress pants or suit with a collared shirt and tie, and dress
shoes. For women, this includes a modest dress or skirt and blouse,
and dress shoes.
Performing Arts Series
Rexburg, ID 83460-1660
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