An Afternoon of Song with Amanda DeMaris, Stephanie Weiss and Andrew Campbell

Event description

  • Arts and entertainment
  • Family friendly
  • Open to the public

Please join Stephanie Weiss, Amanda DeMaris and Andrew Campbell as they present an afternoon of magnificent works for voice and piano.

Ravel's Shéhérazade sets the atmospheric poetry of Tristan Klingsor in a musical representation of the heroine and narrator of "One Thousand and One Nights", the legendary collection of Middle Eastern folk tales. This evocative music has been described as moving from rich voluptuousness and gentle lyricism to languid sensuousness. We will also feature a performance of Genius Child, Ricky Ian Gordon's setting of the poetry of Langston Hughes, which references a wide variety of American musical styles. An afternoon not to be missed!

All ticket sales are online only and open three weeks prior to event dates. There will be no in-person sales at the event. Please purchase tickets in advance. Guests who do not have a ticket at the door will be directed to purchase them online. Additional ticket service fees apply to every purchase.

Face coverings are recommended in School of Music, Dance and Theatre indoor performance spaces. University COVID-19 information may be found at

Event contact

Herberger Institute Box Office

Sunday, September 17, 2023


2:30 pm4:00 pm (MST)


Katzin Concert Hall, Music Building


$10 General Admission | $5 Students