Spring is in the air and at the Orem Library that means music! We are excited about our spring concerts at the Orem Library, and we look forward to seeing you in the new beautiful Library Hall!

Spring Concerts at the Orem Library | Events

An Rogaire Dubh and the Thomas Cordner Memorial Pipe Band

Our first performance features local favorites An Rogaire Dubh and the Thomas Cordner Memorial Pipe Band, Friday, April 2 at 7pm.  They will be playing some great Celtic music and bagpipe songs.  This will be their first live concert in over a year and they are excited to perform for their favorite audience!

Spring Concerts at the Orem Library | Events

Cantorum Chamber Choir

Monday, April 19th at 7pm will feature Cantorum Chamber Choir.  This award winning local choir is celebrating their 10th anniversary this season.  They are directed by Steve Durtschi and accompanied by Melissa Thorne. Tonight’s concert will feature a program of introspective music inspired by the night sky entitled “Nocturne: reflections before dawn.”

Spring Concerts at the Orem Library | Events

The Delbert Anderson Trio

As you know, each year the library invites a guest performer from out of state. Past performers have included Lucien Barbarin and the Turtle Island Quartet. These year, we are pleased to present The Delbert Anderson Trio, a jazz combo from Farmington, New Mexico.  They are known for their infusion of traditional Native American chant into original jazz works.  The Delbert Anderson Trio has toured nation-wide and have been featured on NPR and in Smithsonian Magazine. They will be performing Thursday, April 22nd at 7pm. This performance received support from OnStage Utah, Utah Arts and Museums, Advancing Indigenous Performance, WESTAF (the Western States Arts Federation), and the National Endowment for the Arts.  

We hope to see you at these great concerts! Just a quick reminder: While all spring concerts at the Orem Library are free, because of COVID-19 restrictions, tickets are required and can be reserved at Eventbrite.com. Seating will be limited with social distancing and masks are required at all times. 

Written by Lori, Outreach Librarian