Living in Harmony: Music Makes Community

August 1 through November 1, 2010

Photos courtesy Park City Museum and Deer Valley Resort.

Explore Park City’s Musical Past   

PCHS Band, 1950

Music is an integral part of Park City life today, but has it always been that way? Visit Living in Harmony to see how music influenced the town from dedicated miners playing in the Park City Military Band — even as they suffered with lung disease — to the birth of award-winning local public radio station KPCW.  Living in Harmony showcases Park City’s lively and tumultuous times by looking at its musical history. Learn about the High School Marching Band which became the pride of Park City, uniting the town during the Great Depression and beyond. Discover how aging miners and newcomer hippies ski bums settled their differences through our musical “Community Connection,” KPCW.Check our Events Page for an updated list of programs and events being held in concert with Living in Harmony.Leave mementos of your own Park City Music History at the Museum or on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Park-City-UT/Park-City-Museum/154665126321     Funding for Living in Harmony is provided in part by: 

Utah Humanities Council

Utah Humanities Council