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BYU Singers, Concert Choir plan joint concerts Nov. 12-13

The Brigham Young University Singers and Concert Choir will join in concert, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12-13, in the de Jong Concert Hall. The shows will begin at 7:30 p.m. each night.

Tickets for the event are available through the Fine Arts Ticket Office, (801) 422-4322, or by going to byuarts.com.

During the performance, they will be singing works by Johannes Brahms, L.J. White, William Hawley, Steven Sametz and Dominick Argento.

The BYU Singers is the university’s most prestigious singing group. They consist of a small, select group of students from across the university. The choir has toured many places across the globe including Israel, Australia, Russia and West Africa. Most recently, they visited the British Isles and placed second in the Fleischmann International Trophy Competition at the Cork International Choral Festival. The group is conducted by Ronald Staheli.

BYU’s Concert Choir consists of 100 advanced singers from across the university. Although the group does not generally tour, they have a very rigorous performance schedule on campus and in the local community. The group is conducted by Rosalind Hall.

For more information, e-mail choralassistant@byu.edu.

Writer: Brandon Garrett

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