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Gina Bachauer International Piano Festival 2015 - 4 Nights of Piano Virtuosity, Jun 24 at 7:30pm to Jun 27 at 10:30pm, Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah Arts Festival 2015, June 25 - 28, at Library Square, Salt Lake City, Utah

Utah International Music Academy & Helen Taylor Johannesen International Piano Competition, July 20 - July 29, David P. Gardner Hall, School of Music, University of Utah, Application Deadline: June 30

6th Annual 4th of July @ Sugarhouse Park, Saturday July 4, 10:00am - 11:00pm

July 4th Weekend in Park City, Jul 3 at 3:00pm to Jul 4 at 11:00pm, Park City Mountain Resort

Salt Lake City Library free summer outdoor concert series "Concerts By The Creek", (starts Jun. 17, 2015), the amphitheater of the Anderson-Foothill Branch

Symphony Under the Stars, Friday, July 3 at 8:00pm, Snowbasin Resort, 3925 E Snowbasin Rd, Huntsville, Utah 84317

Canyons Resort Free Saturday Summer Concert Series, July 11 & 25, August 1, 15 & 22, September 5, Park City, Utah

Timpanogos Music Festival, Saturday, July 25, at 12:00pm - 11:00pm, Mt. Timpanogos Park, Orem, Utah, Free Admission

Salt Lake Shakespeare presents "Twelfth Night", July 9 - 19, 2015, Babcock Theatre

Performance Calendar of 2014 - 2015 Season, Department of Ballet , University of Utah 

Performance Calendar of 2014 - 2015 Season, Department of Modern Dance , University of Utah

Natural History Museum of Utah 2015 Lecture Series

College of Fine Arts, University of Utah

Serpentine Pavilion 2015, a Rainbow Wormhole

“We wanted a party pavilion this year,” says the Serpentine Gallery’s director, Julia Peyton-Jones, explaining that the little-known Spanish duo were chosen for the annual pavilions’ landmark 15th birthday year because of their reputation for fun forms and a bold use of colour. Relatively unknown outside their home country, Selgas Cano’s work revels in playful use of cheap components, taking materials like extruded plastic and corrugated sheeting and deploying them in a brilliant, bright bricolage. They’ve built a congress centre in Spain that stands like a crystalline meteorite in the landscape, and a centre for skateboarding and climbing whose bulging orange roof floats above a faceted terrain. In London they have followed the Serpentine’s brief for a festive folly to the letter: the pavilion could well have been fashioned from leftover balloons and party-popper streamers, woven together in a celebratory tangle.

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