KUTV Holiday Pops Concert
December 4 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm$15
Eclipse6 Headlining the KUTV Holiday Pops Concert
|Saturday, December 4, 2021 – 7:30 p.m.
Cottonwood High School,
5715 S. 1300 E., Murray UT 84121
|Conductors||Sterling S. Poulson, Music Director, Choral Arts Society of Utah
Donny Gilbert, Conductor, West Valley Symphony
Joe Woolf, Conductor, Desert Hills High School Chamber Singers
|Featured Guest||Eclipse6, and the Desert Hills High School Chamber Singers|
|Tickets Required||Eventbrite.com – $15.00|
This year’s KUTV Holiday Pops with music director Sterling Poulson, will feature the 100-voice Choral Arts Society of Utah, Desert Hills High School Chamber Singers, and the West Valley Symphony of Utah! Our featured guest artist is Eclipse6. This amazing line-up of performers will kick-off your holiday season with beloved Christmas favorites the whole family will enjoy!
This year’s featured guest artists Eclipse6 are no strangers to Utah’s music scene! The group enjoys a good balance of secular pop tunes, Christmas songs, and gospel music; all chosen with a desire to inspire others to greatness. Most songs have corresponding music videos found on the group’s YouTube page. The recent Christmas hits, Hamildolph and The Greatest Snowman, went viral by Christmas, Hamilton, and Greatest Showman lovers alike. Over the years the group has received many awards including first place in Regional Harmony Sweepstakes, “Best Vocal Group” in Utah’s Best of State awards, “Group Recording Artist of the Year” and “Holiday Album of the Year” by the Faith Centered Music Association Pearl Awards, “Best Holiday Album” in the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards, and more. The greatest award though goes to the fans, who allow the group to do what they love.
The West Valley Symphony of Utah, with music director Donny Gilbert, is well known for their participation in the KUTV Holiday Pops Concert. The 70-piece orchestra performs 5-6 concerts each year. Since 2016, the orchestra has been featured at the Larry H. & Gail Miller Christmas Carol Sing-a-long at the Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, and will be featured again in this year on December 13th.
Members of the 100-voice Choral Arts Society of Utah volunteer their time and talents to provide quality performances, many of which benefit schools and organizations providing humanitarian services to the local area, including this benefit concert for the KUTV 2News Salvation Army Angel Tree Program. The concert provides gifts of the season to hundreds of children and senior citizens along the Wasatch Front. This is a wonderful family event for all ages and we will have a special visit from Santa Claus!
We thank the Joseph and Kathleen Sorenson Legacy Foundation, Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation, and the Salt Lake County Zoo Arts & Parks, putting your money to work for the arts. We also thank KUTV 2News for their media support.
For more information visit our website at www.casu.org. You can also follow us on Facebook & Twitter!