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University Chorale to close BYU winter semester concerts April 13

Brigham Young University’s non-auditioned University Chorale will perform in concert Wednesday, April 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall.

Tickets cost $3 a seat at byuarts.com/tickets. Please note that this concert was originally scheduled for the Provo Tabernacle.

Co-directed by Paul Broomhead and Erin Bailey, the University Chorale will perform “Magnificat” from “The Glory of His Majesty” by Mannheim Steamroller's Jackson Berkey, “Love Never Ends” by Eleanor Daley, “Carpenters of God” by Vijay Signh and the catchy, yet moving “Somebody’s Runnin’ from God” by Henry Hinnant.

For more information, contact Paul Broomhead at (801) 422-3315 or paul_broomhead@byu.edu.

Follow BYU events on Twitter: @BYUcalendar.

Writer: Philip Volmar

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