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Joy to the World! A Sacred Celebration
Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four

show Date: November 20, 2021

show time: 7:00 PM

outdoor amphitheatre

Tickets Starting at $15

Kick off Christmas with Jenny Oaks Baker & her talented children, musical group Family Four as they present an inspiring Christmas show of sacred, exhilarating and beloved Christmas Carols. With music by Kurt Bestor, story and narration by Jason Wright, Irish Dancing  by The All American Cloggers, Modern Dancing by Southwest Dance,  as wells as The Pine View High School Combined Choirs and The St. George Children’s Choir joining Jenny and Family Four, this show promises to usher in an uplifting and celebratory spirit to your Christmas Season!


America’s Violinist, Jenny Oaks Baker is a Grammy Nominated, Billboard No. 1 performer and recording artist. She received her Master of Music degree from the Juilliard School and her Bachelor’s Degree from the Curtis Institute of Music. Jenny has performed as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Library of Congress and as a guest soloist with The National Symphony, Jerusalem Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony,  Utah Symphony and the Tabernacle Choir on Temple Square. Jenny has released eighteen studio albums which have sold nearly a million copies and consistently chart on Billboard.  Music from her Grammy Nominated Album, Wish Upon a Star is featured at Disney World and Disneyland to introduce the nightly Fireworks Show. Jenny’s popular music videos can be viewed on her YouTube channel. Jenny, her husband Matthew, and their four children (musical group Family Four) reside near SLC, UT.  For more information visit

Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four have performed with orchestras and choirs throughout the United States including The Utah Symphony and the Millenial Choir and Orchestra. In 2019 they performed with the Tabernacle Choir & Orchestra at Temple Square in a Program viewed throughout the world to honor President Russell M Nelson. A favorite with audiences around the United States, they have performed in Abravanel Hall in SLC, Tuacahn in St. George, Stevens Performing Arts Center and the BYUI Center in Idaho, on the Hour of Power TV Show broadcast worldwide from California, for Ambassador's Wives at the Congressional Club in Washington DC, for the Washington DC Temple Festival of Lights, for the World Congress of Families IX, at BYU Women’s Conference at the Marriott Center and at First Night On Temple Square. They have also performed the National Anthem for The Vice President of the United State of America—Mike Pence, as well as at the Days of Forty-Seven Rodeo and Utah Jazz Basketball Games at the Vivint Smart Home Arena. Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four have performed in England, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Greece, Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Israel, Japan, and throughout Taiwan. Family Four are also featured on many popular music videos and on Jenny Oaks Baker’s newest CD "The Spirit of God”. Their debut album, “Jenny Oaks Baker & Family Four” was recently released and hit #4 on the Billboard Classical Crossover and Classical Charts. Their new Christmas album, Joy to the World debuted at #7 on the Billboard Charts. 

Laura is 20 and plays the violin and percussion. Hannah is 18, plays the piano and studies with Dr Irene Peery-Fox. Sarah is 16, plays the cello and studies with Dr Alison Wells. Matthew is 14, plays the classical guitar and studies with Austin Weyand. Jenny and her children have been performing together as a family since each child started playing their instruments when they were three or four years old. Their father, Matt Baker is very musical, and enjoys being a DJ when he is not working as a Sales Executive. He also helps with all the necessary sound equipment for the Baker Family, pays for lessons and is incredibly supportive of his artistic wife and children.

Enhanced health and safety protocols

- Face masks are required for everyone in attendance and all Tuacahn employees
- Hand sanitizing stations available throughout the facility
- Additional entrance and exit points to reduce gathering on the plaza
- Social spacing indicators throughout common areas
- Enhanced cleaning and sanitizing procedures
Bill Engvall Nov 12