Past Events

Handel’s Messiah Sing-In with the Salt River Symphony Orchestra

Presented by The Star Valley Arts Council and The Salt River Symphony Chorus

Saturday, November 25, 2017 after the Afton Parade of Lights
7:00 – 8:00 pm
SVHS Auditorium

Music for the Soul: An Evening with Maestro Bill Doherty and Laurie Arnold

October 19, 2017

Montana Shakespeare in the Park

July 25, 2017

The Osmond Brothers

July 21, 2017

Kids Arts Camp

July 17-20


Junior Music Festival

June 7-9
Thayne Community Center

Salt River Symphony Chorus – Spring Concert

May 7
Star Valley High School Auditorium



BYU-Idaho Collegiate Singers to perform free community Easter concert in Afton!

A free community Easter convert by the Collegiate Singers from Brigham Young University-Idaho will be performed Friday, April 14, at 7 p.m. in the Star Valley High School Auditorium in Afton.  The “Sounds of Easter” concert is sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and all community residents are invited.

BYU-Idaho is located in Rexburg, Idaho, and, through an innovative track system, serves more than 30,000 students yearly from all 50 states and more than 40 countries.  The school was founded in 1888 by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Rob Verdi’s Saxophobia

April 11, 2017

Saxophobia brings to the stage a rare and unique glimpse at some of the most unusual saxophones ever manufactured and the classic melodies that popularized this warmly embraced and versatile musical instrument. The show explores over a half century of jazz classics. Audiences will be introduced to over a dozen variations of Adolphe Sax’s 1846 invention including a curved sopranino, plastic alto, straight tenor, connosax, slide sax, bass and even a rare 6 ft contrabass sax.

Like baseball and apple pie, jazz is an American icon.  Over the past century, the saxophone has played an important role in the development of this indigenous art form. Hear popular jazz standards and whimsical novelty selections, see an impressive array of rare instruments, and absorb a bit of saxophone history. “Saxophobia” brings to your concert stage an extraordinary educational, historical and entertaining presentation of the saxophone.


Alex Boye

January 12, 2017


“What I’m doing now is taking those big arena type songs I sang with Awesome and mixing them with the joyful vibe of African music. The ultimate goal is to make people feel good and give them a few moments of uplift, which as I’ve discovered over the years, can have transforming and even lifesaving potential. I’m glad I finally listened to my mom, and it feels good to be home.”