Take a look at some of our past events:
Brig and Alex Boye
Brigham and Alex Boye’s first on-stage, magical music connection (totally improvised) that led to the awesome
Brig and Jon Schmidt
Right before Piano Guys became an internet sensation, Jon Schmidt was a guest artist at Brigham’s Piano Hall. He was so friendly and fun to hang out with that night. Half way through the show he invited Brigham to come on stage and jam with him. Here’s how it turned out…
Brig jams with Marvin Goldstein
Marvin Goldstein was quite a character on stage. He was cracking jokes the whole time and challenged Brigham to a piano duo. Here’s how it went…
A family affair.
Thayne (7) takes tickets
Ben and Abby sell concessions.
We welcome your kids to come as well, all ages! They can take photos and get autographs of great artists! The performers are always so willing and gracious to meet our children and our guest’s children. Here’s Ben and Abby with #1 Classical Billboard Artist, Josh Wright.
Or bring a date…
Make sure to get your tickets early, because the shows usually sell out. Here’s the line out the door for the Jenny Oaks Baker concert of people hoping to squeeze into the back of her sold out concert.
People hang out after the shows and visit for quite awhile.
They take photos with the guest performing artists (here’s Peter Breinholt with some of his fans on the stage after his show)
Our quaint little venue seats 100 and is open seating, so come early if you like to be up close and personal with your favorite artists.
Fulfilling Our Family Mission
For our family, it’s about our life mission as much as it is just pure fun…
I recently read this somewhere and jotted it down,
“The highest form of marriage
is when husband and wife
engage in a mission higher than themselves
and invite children to join them.”
Well… I think it’s working and we’re having so much fun doing it together as a family!! So we started the concert series to “Promote the arts in Utah”, however, it’s also to promote the arts to our children!
Ben, our 9 year old, has always been uninterested in preparing for a solo recital (memorizing 10 songs to perform himself as a solo concert), We haven’t made him or forced him in this direction as his siblings have done their solo recitals and received their trophies from their piano teachers. He just always sits in the back like he’s bored out of his mind and not interested… BUT THEN…. after attending the Josh Wright Soiree at our store and meeting Josh afterward… Ben says this, “I want to do a concert like Josh. You know, where I play on the big piano and I get to stand up and talk in between each song to tell about why I chose it or why I like it, or listen to this one part because…”
He has since typed up his own list of 8 songs to perform plus 2 of his own compositions and is excited to perform at “Daddy’s Store“. It worked!! A little inspiration goes a long way! Bring your kids to an event and share the joy of music with them. We have some really inspiring artists lined up. If you haven’t been to one of our concerts yet, request by e-mail a set of free tickets and we’ll hook you up as a VIP guest for your first outing to Brigham’s Concert Series! While you’re at it, you can enter to win a free piano!
Ben playing his first solo recital on the “big piano like Josh Wright” (Thanks Josh!)
We Love To Share Music
It’s also a great opportunity for us to share music as a family with our friends, family and guests. Here’s a few playlists from Brigham’s yearly concerts that feature our children playing with him more and more often each year.