When:
March 5, 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
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Where:
Clemson’s Brooks Center
Cost:
Free
Contact:
864-656-7787
Don’t miss this nationally celebrated men’s vocal ensemble, known for its versatility and first-rate musicality. The eight-member group’s admission-free performance of “Alone Together” will feature music by composers as diverse as Beethoven, the Beatles and Dave Matthews.
“It’s really a program about how we have more ways to communicate with each other than ever before and yet there’s this increasing sense of isolation,” said Chris Foss, one of the ensemble’s basses.
In Clemson, Cantus will be joined by a Clemson University men’s choir to sing Franz Biebl’s “Ave Maria,” a classic of the choral repertoire.
Yearning for connection: “Alone Together” spotlights songs of loneliness and the yearning for connection. The program is nothing if not eclectic, with music by such classical composers as Beethoven and modern composers like Steven Sametz.