Eccles Center, Park City Utah

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Eccles Performing Arts Center

The George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Center for the Performing Arts hosts a variety of performances, concerts, plays, and entertainment throughout the year in Park City, Utah. The Park City Performing Arts Foundation is in charge of scheduling these events and does its best to welcome well known and diverse performers and artists to its stage. With over 1200 seats and a balcony the Eccles Center is a fantastic venue for just about any event. Enjoy comedians like Bill Cosby, national dance academy performances, singers and songwriters like Willie Nelson and Cindy Lauper, as well as featured films at the Sundance Film Festival.

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Organization: Park City Permorming Arts Foundation
Date: 07/21/2016 update info
Time: 7:00:00 PM - 10:00:00 PM
Event Cost: Lawn seating $40 | Reserved seating: $55 and $
Venue: Deer Valley Resort's Snow Park Amphitheater in Park City,UT
Phone: (435) 655-3114
Email:
Website: tickets.ecclescenter.org/TheatreManager/1/tmEvent/tmEvent403.html?_ga=1.128138821.811184983.
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Jazz trumpeter Chris Botti has proven over and over again that he is an exceptional balladeer whether performing the "Star Spangled Banner" in the New York Giants' stadium or captivating audiences at the Blue Note Club. He's sold more than four million albums, won Grammy awards, and played with A-list pop collaborators most notably Paul Simon, Sting, Herbie Hancock and Yo-Yo Ma. And, above all, his trumpet "emits unabashed beauty" (The New York Times). Lucia Micarelli the "mind-blowingly talented" (Portland Examiner) violinist lends her bow to a range of genres, from her concerto roots to no-holds-barred rock. She's toured with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and Josh Groban and made her acting debut in HBO's "Treme." As All About Jazz puts it, "Her playing is elegant, and runs the gamut of emotions from brooding to joyous."

The Eccles Performing Arts Center is connected to Park City High School, with whom it shares the auditorium. It is also, therefore, very involved with art education through dance, theater, music, and cultural classes for kids of all ages. If you are a local make sure to look into these educational opportunities for you kids. If you are just passing through, make sure to check out the latest concert and performance schedule.