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BYU Singers to present "A Tapestry of American Song" Feb. 17

The Brigham Young University School of Music will present the BYU Singers in concert on Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall.

Tickets are $10 for the general public, $9 for alumni and seniors and $6 for students. Tickets can be purchased online at BYUarts.com/tickets, or they can be purchased through the Fine Arts Ticket Office (801) 422-4322.

The program, conducted by Ron Staheli, will have the theme “A Tapestry of American Song.”

The program consists of music chosen from the Singers' repertoire, including American anthems, songs from the Spanish Renaissance and compositions based on African-American spirituals.

The BYU Singers will also perform pieces from noteworthy 18th and 19th century composers, such as Williams Billings and George Whitefield Chadwick, as well as pieces from modern composers Eric Whitacre and Ola Gjeilo.

For more information on the BYU Singers concert, contact Ron Staheli at (801) 422-3169.

Writer: Melissa Connor

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