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2013-2014 Leach Theatre Campus Performing Arts Series

 

Cantus

 whole group

Thursday, October 10, 2013
7:30 pm

Tickets: $35 Adult / $25 Youth
$10 S&T Students
First 75 S&T students will receive a free ticket.
Stop by the box office to reserve your free ticket.
Reserved seating

Everyone is required to have a ticket for admittance to this show – regardless of age.


 

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Acclaimed as the “premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” (Fanfare), Cantus is known around the world for its versatility, artistic excellence and charismatic personality.  Their trademark warmth and blend, and their engaging performances, range from Renaissance music to the 21st century. Working without a conductor, the members of Cantus rehearse and perform as chamber musicians, each contributing to the entirety of the artistic process. The Washington Post hails the ensemble’s sound as having both “exalting finesse” and “expressive power” and refers to their music-making as “spontaneous grace.”

Visit Cantus' website here.

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