Flautissimo is a symphonic flute ensemble of flutists from along the northern Wasatch Front. They have performed together for eight years in venues such as the LDS Conference Center, the University of Utah, Weber State University, and Egyptian Theater. They have been invited as guest performers for the Utah Flute Association, the annual National Flute Association Convention, and the New American Philharmonic. Other performances include the Temple Square Concert Series, the Ogden Summer Series, the Davis Arts Council Sunday Concerts, and the Kaysville Nativity Celebration. Their varied repertoire includes music from Bach to Rogers and Hammerstein. The members of Flautissimo are conducted by Lorinda Atwater, currently principal flutist with the New American Philharmonic.
4tissimo is a men’s quartet of a dad and his three sons: Jay Atwater (dad), sons Jayson (27), Collin (22), and Loren (16). Even though they have been singing separately for most of their lives, they have been singing together for one year. An accomplished soloist and oboe player, Jay is married to Lorinda and currently sings in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Jayson is a graduate of Weber State in computer science, is married and has a baby daughter. Collin is attending Weber State studying psychology and will be married July 1. Loren is a student at Davis High and plays the cello.
Sunday, August 1, 2010 | 7:00 PM