Hailed as "the premier men's vocal ensemble in the United States" (Fanfare), Cantus is known worldwide for its engaging performances of music that ranges from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Singing with "exalting finesse" and "expressive power" (The Washington Post), the ensemble works together to reach new levels of artistic excellence and innovation through its performances, recordings, and active commissioning of new works for men's voices.
Performers Cantus ·· Zachary Colby, Tenor ·· Adam Fieldson, Tenor ·· Paul John Rudoi, Tenor ·· Paul Scholtz, Tenor ·· Joe Shadday, Tenor ·· Matthew Goinz, Baritone ·· Matthew Tintes, Baritone ·· Chris Foss, Bass ·· Samuel Green, Bass
Program VAN HEUSEN - But Beautiful BEETHOVEN - Abschiedsgesang RICHARD PEASLEE - When I Would Muse in Boyhood SCHOENBERG - Verbundenheit LEE HOIBY - Last Letter Home TROUP - Their Hearts Were Full of Spring JANÁČEK - The Little Dove A.R. RAHMAN - Wedding Qawwali MICHAEL MCGLYNN - Ceann Dubh Dilis ERIC WHITACRE - Lux Aurumque MALCOLM DALGLISH - Little Potato MAURA BOSCH - The Turning YSAYE BARNWELL - Wanting Memories JENKINS - Sim Shalom POULENC - Four Prayers of Assisi KURT ELLING - Those Clouds Are Heavy, You Dig? A.R. RAHMAN - Zikr (arr. Ethan Sperry)
Photo: Curtis Johnson
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