Park City is noted both for its ability to create great musicians and to attract great musicians from around the world to its mountain vistas. The music directory lists both local bands and venues serving the Park City area.
Skullcandy (*) - review Skullcandy is the maker of headphones, MP3 players and great music related gear.
Rich Wyman (www.richwyman.com) - review The official Rich Wyman site includes the artist's bio and links to music.
Ryan Hiller Music (ryanhillermusic.com) - review Ryan Hiller is a musician from Park City. The site has biographical information and full length MP3s.
Utah Symphony (www.utahsymphony.org) Utah's prize symphony in Abravenal Hall
Park City International Music Festival (www.pcmusicfestival.com) - review The critically-acclaimed Park City International Music Festival fills the Wasatch Mountains with classical music. The site lists the performing artists, venues and show times.
Motherlode Canyon Band (www.motherlodecanyonband.com) - review The Mother Lode Canyon Band is a local group that plays blues, rock, pop and roll. The site lists songs the band plays along with bios and calendar.
Mary Beth Maziarz (www.marybethmusic.com) - review Site contains the journal, disography, concert schedule and music of Park City's Mary Beth Maziarz.
Riffs Acoustic Music (www.riffsacousticmusic.com) Riffs Acoustic Music is Park City, Utahâ€™s premiere gathering place for learning and appreciating various forms of acoustic music.
Utah Music Festival and School (www.utahmusic.org) - review The Utah Music Festival and School welcomes musicians, ages 8 through college from all over the United States, and given them an opportunity to learn from and perform with some of the finest musicians in our nation.
Utah Conservatory (www.utahconservatory.com) Utah Conservatory is dedicated to providing world class instruction in piano, voice, guitar, violin, viola, cello, bass guitar, drums, clarinet, flute, trumpet, trombone, tuba, saxophone, french horn, dulcimer, harmonica, acting, composition, theory train