Award-Winning Vocal Group Performing at Concord - WBOY.com: Clarksburg, Morgantown: News, Sports, Weather

Award-Winning Vocal Group Performing at Concord

Posted: Updated:
  • COUNTRY ROADS JOURNALCountry Roads JournalMore>>

  • Preserving West Virginia: Arthurdale Schools

    Preserving West Virginia: Arthurdale Schools

    Friday, July 11 2014 9:17 AM EDT2014-07-11 13:17:26 GMT
    A school system in Preston County was way ahead of it's time thanks to Eleanor Roosevelt but now, it needs updating. 
    A school system in Preston County was way ahead of it's time thanks to Eleanor Roosevelt but now, it needs updating. 
  • Team USA Women's Softball Team Plays Double Header in Morgantown

    Friday, July 4 2014 8:13 AM EDT2014-07-04 12:13:51 GMT
    For the first time the United States Softball Team paid a visit to Morgantown. Members of the Morgantown Convention and Visitors Bureau were excited to see a packed house of 1,200 people come out for the double header.
    For the first time the United States Softball Team paid a visit to Morgantown. Members of the Morgantown Convention and Visitors Bureau were excited to see a packed house of 1,200 people come out for the double header.
  • Wheeling Multicultural Festival set for Sunday, June 29

    Wheeling Multicultural Festival set for Sunday, June 29

    Tuesday, June 24 2014 4:45 PM EDT2014-06-24 20:45:40 GMT
    Wheeling will celebrate the Upper Ohio Valley's rich ethnic heritage with a Multicultural Festival Sunday, June 29, on the waterfront. 
    Wheeling will celebrate the Upper Ohio Valley's rich ethnic heritage with a Multicultural Festival Sunday, June 29, on the waterfront. 

The award winning men's vocal group Cantus will be performing in the Alexander Fine Arts Center Main Auditorium at 7 p.m. Nov. 19 at the Fine Arts Center is located on Concord University's Athens campus at 1000 Vermillion Street, Athens.
 
Cantus is an all-male group that has traveled all over the world performing. They are highly reviewed, and sing a wide range of music including jazz, pop, folk, and spirituals, to name a few.
 
"Cantus is a world-class vocal performance group," said Tim Mainland, professor of music. "We are lucky to have them return to Concord a second time in five years. Their music is precise and beautiful, well-blended, and thoughtful. I hope the Concord community will turn out in big numbers for this opportunity to hear some of the finest music in the world today."
 
This event is part of the Performing Artist Series.  No tickets are necessary to attend, and it is free and open to the public. For information about the event, visit www.cuboxoffice.com or call 304-384-5101.