Kurt Bestor Christmas Tickets
The George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Theater
Emmy-award-winning and Grammy-nominated composer and performer Kurt Bestor is back for another Christmas special this December 15 at the Eccles Theater. The show is part of the 3-night show of the iconic artist, who is now celebrating the 35th year of the holiday tradition. Join Bestor and the rest of his equally talented band as they perform some Yuletide favorites that have been distinctively arranged by Bestor himself to give the audience the best concert experience. Relive and share the magic of a Kurt Bestor Christmas with your loved ones. Complete your holiday experience by experiencing "Kurt Bestor Christmas." Secure your tickets now by clicking the "Get Tickets" button.
For more than four decades, Kurt Bestor has produced music for movies and other media. He started as a trumpet player and arranger for a local TV station, which later turned into a job, creating commercial jingles. He instantly became an in-demand composer when he made original music with his colleague, Sam Cardon, for ABC's coverage of the 1988 Winter Olympics. Both won an Emmy for that composition. That stint encouraged Sam to make a Christmas album. "An Airus Christmas Volume 1," his debut album, was a success. This led him to do his very first Christmas concert in Salt Lake City. He is known for his compositions that are performed around the world, such as "Prayer of the Children" and "Mama Don't You Weep." In 2002, he composed for the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics.
Thirty-five years later, the Emmy-winning composer's concert became an annual Christmas tradition. This year the theme for his concert is "Celebrating 35 Years of Holiday Tradition." His show will include a live band, an orchestra, and possibly a surprise guest.
Complete your Christmas experience by watching "Kurt Bestor Christmas" at the Eccles Theater in Salt Lake City on Thursday, December 15th. There is no denying that the show will be magnificent, regardless of whether you are attending for the first or the 35th time. You can now reserve tickets!