SUN VALLEY, Idaho — Alasdair Neale's philosophy that you can't dream too large led to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir being invited to perform at the Sun Valley Summer Symphony's annual fund-raising concert on Aug. 9.

Saying, "Anything worth doing is worth overdoing," the symphony director welcomed the choir and acclaimed opera singer Denyce Graves to central Idaho's newest performance venue, The Sun Valley Pavilion.

Organizers said they wanted a performance worth the symphony's rather steep fund-raiser-ticket price that each patron would pay to fill The Sun Valley Pavilion. Audience members — numbering approximately 2,000 — got what they happily paid for, judging from the vigorous applause, whistles and shouts of "Encore! Encore!"

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