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BYU Singers To Tour China April 27th to May 19th

The BYU Singers, one of the finest choirs in the United States, will tour China April 27 to May 19, with their first performance at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Conducted by Ron Staheli, this ensemble of 40 voices is widely known for its impeccable intonation and musicianship. Now in its 30th year, the choir has performed in […]

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College of Fine Arts and Communications Spring 2015 Convocations

On Friday, April 24, the College of Fine Arts and Communications hosts three convocation ceremonies in the de Jong Concert Hall to honor this year’s graduates. The first convocation ceremony honors graduates of the Department of Art and Department of Design and begins at 8:00 a.m. The speaker for the ceremony is Mark Graham, Professor […]

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BYU Wind Symphony Heads to Asia

The next tour for the Wind Symphony is set for May of 2015 and will take them to Asia to perform in Mongolia, South Korea, and Japan. Their first performance will be in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, at the Opera House.

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