The Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra will present Grammy-nominated violinist Jenny Oaks Baker live in concert on Monday, Dec. 17 and Tuesday, Dec. 18.
The concert program includes music from Baker's newest album, "Noel: Carols of Christmas Past," produced and arranged by Kurt Bestor and featuring former "Celtic Woman" star Alex Sharpe.
The TSO has been selected as the only live orchestra to premiere this work in its entirety.
On Monday night, Jenny will be joined on the stage by Alex Sharpe, coming from her home in Ireland. On Tuesday, the part will be sung by mezzo-soprano Helen McCurdy Berrett, whom TSO audiences remember for her performance as "Carmen" last February.
The Timpanogos Symphony Orchestra performs under the direction of John Pew and is in its second season.
The performance will be at Timberline Middle School Auditorium (500 West Canyon Crest Road, in Alpine).
All seats are $12.
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