February 25, 2016 16-04
For Immediate Release
Kathleen Gonder (435) 834-4741
Bryce Canyon National Park Invites You to a Free Woodwind Concert
Bryce Canyon National Park and Bryce Canyon Natural History Association are pleased to welcome the Woodwind Ensemble from Southern Utah University (SUU) on Saturday, March 26th at 6:00 p.m. at the historic Bryce Canyon Lodge Auditorium. This will be the third time that SUU musicians have performed at the park. The ensemble is made up of students wishing to develop their chamber music experience. The ensemble’s music ranges from classical to folk music, early jazz to dance music. Dr. Virginia Stitt directs the SUU Woodwind Ensemble. She has been teaching music at SUU since 1977 and is fond of teaching music theory and music education classes to prepare the next generation of music educators.
Attendance to the concert is free. Park entrance fees apply during business hours. Entrance fees are: $30.00 per vehicle or free with a valid annual, senior, military, 4th grade, volunteer, or access pass (for U.S. permanent residents with permanent disabilities).
Please join us for an evening of beautiful music at the historic Lodge.
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