News Email - 5/9/2018
Performing Arts Management
Encore on Tour

Living Legends

BYU Living Legends has been busy engaging and entertaining audiences throughout Brazil with their memorable, and uniquely cultural dances. They also engaged in an outreach program with a uniquely one-of-a-kind ballet school for the blind that teaches over 300 blind students how to dance while learning themselves what the process is to learn dance when you are blind.


BYU Living Legends student Jacob Contreras visits with an audience member after the group’s performance in Paulínia.

Elena Garcia, a blind student, leads a group of Living Legends students during an activity at the Associação Fernanda Bianchini, a ballet school for the blind.

Members of BYU Living Legends give a street performance in Embu das Artes.


Wind Symphony

While the BYU Wind Symphony has only been on tour for a few days, they have been busy performing across the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. Along with performing, they have visited historical and cultural sites across the region such as the Fort Worth Stockyards and the unique Magnolia Market silos in Waco.


Members of the BYU Wind Symphony pose in front of the Fort Worth Stockyards.

The BYU Wind Symphony poses in front of the silos that make up the Magnolia Market near Waco, Texas.