Mundi Project is proud to partner with classical pianist Miki Sawada for her Gather Hear Utah tour!
Gather Hear Tour’s mission is to bring high-quality live classical music to communities across socioeconomic and political boundaries. By taking classical music outside of concert halls, where not everyone might feel welcomed, and taking it into community gathering spaces, Gather Hear uses music as a connective tissue that helps us find what unites us as humans. Gather Hear Utah is the fourth tour after Alaska (2017), West Virginia (2018), and Massachusetts (May 2021).
Check out the trailer from Gather Hear Alaska!
Does her mission resonate with you? Please consider supporting her tour expenses by donating directly to her!
Performances are FREE with all donations supporting the artist. Mundi Project is presenting these performances through the support of WESTAF TourWest, National Endowment for the Arts, Utah Division of Arts & Museums plus our organization’s supporters & partners.
Sunday, August 29 at 11 AM – sugar space arts warehouse (co-presented with Oasis Salt Lake City)
- 132 South 800 West | Salt Lake City
Monday, August 30 at 7 PM – kearns library
- 4275 West 5345 South | Kearns
Friday, September 3 at 7:30 PM – ogden contemporary arts platforms (presented by NEXT Ensemble)
- 490 25TH Street | Ogden
Saturday, September 18 at 7 PM – alliance theater at trolley square
- 602 East 500 South | Salt Lake City
We will be following all local guidelines and safety protocols regarding the evolving situation with the COVID Delta variant. Our staff and Miki are fully vaccinated and will be wearing a mask in all indoor public spaces. Masks and social distancing are recommended for audience members.
About Miki Sawada:
Miki is a concert pianist based in Boston who has performed internationally at places such as: Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall, Helsinki Music Centre, The Arctic Philharmonic (Norway), and Roulette (Brooklyn), but she is happiest performing Gather Hear concerts in your neighborhood gathering space. She holds degrees from Yale School of Music, Eastman School of Music, and Northwestern University. Miki loves trail running with her dog Shakira and is a budding ultramarathon runner, having completed her first 50-mile race this June. www.mikisawada.com