Prytaneum, Pleasant Valley Branch

Prytaneum is a harp and guitar duo based in northern Utah. They specialize in many European and South American period genres. Aaron Stokes is the harp player. He owns a music store in Brigham City, Utah and plays eleven different instruments. He is quick to tell you that the harp is his favorite instrument to play and has completely neglected the others. Todd Que is the guitarist, hails from New Orleans and brings his roots in blues and jazz to this duo. The sound of these two instruments together can range from very classical to jazz fusion, sometimes within the same song.

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Teeny Booper: Geek Charming (G), Ogden Valley Branch

Popularity meets ultra geek in this wacky romantic comedy. After a chance meeting involving an expensive handbag and a fountain, "It" girl Dylan and tech-nerd Josh team up to create a movie discussing the pros and cons of popularity. Dylan is hoping the movie will win her the coveted title of Blossom Queen. Josh--having discovered the charming girl under the popular facade--decides that world should know the realy Dylan.

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Teeny Bopper: Let It Shine (NR), Ogden Valley Branch

Talented--but shy--teenage rapper Cyrus is stunned to find himself the winner of a competion for aspiring musicians, sponsered by his long time crush and popstar, Roxie. Encouraging his confident friend Kris to claim responsibility for the song, Cyrus is content to continue writing music while hiding in the background. Things backfire when Kris suddenly finds himself in possession of both the fame--and the girl--that should by Cyrus'. Can Cyrus overcome his crippling shyness and take his rightful place on the stage?

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Teeny Bopper: Lemonade Mouth (G), Ogden Valley Branch

What do you get when you mix a group of musically inclined high school students and detention? A ridiculously popular band, that's what! This unlikely group of musicians faces crushing challenges at home, a principal that cares about nothing but sports, and a rival teen band, but, in the end, they prove that self-expression and belief is stronger than anything the world can through at them. 

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