Music at the Gallivan

Published January 14, 2013 12:06 am
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During 2012, I traveled to the Salt Lake area twice. On both occasions I found myself downtown attending a concert at the Gallivan Center. I heard the Basin Street Band in February and Lark and Spur last month.

I was so glad to attend these events. That they were free made it all the better, although I would have willingly paid! Some quick observations:

1. The musicians were excellent, professional and polished.

2. The sound quality was very good. The sound filled the room, but impressively, did not kill the eardrums.

3. Having a grand piano at the concerts was a welcome sight.

4. If I were in Salt Lake for a ski trip or business, I would bring friends along to these concerts.

5. The indoor venue is nice. I understand summer shows are outdoors. Could there be an outside show in the winter?

6. Could there be more shows throughout year?

I hope to attend again.

Scott Jensen

San Jose, Calif.

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