Piedmont University Presents an A Capella Concert
The community is invited to an a capella concert by Cantabile, directed by Piedmont alum Alex Thomlinson, at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 26 in the Conservatory of Music Concert Hall. Cantabile is a small vocal group consisting of nine singers, all of whom are either undergraduate or graduate Piedmont students. They perform a variety of songs, ranging from Renaissance to pop and jazz standards.
The concert will showcase works by Wayfaring Stranger, Arvo Pärt, Daniel Elder, Jake Runestadt, Peter C. Lutkin, and Moses Hogan, among others.
Admission is free.
The Conservatory is located at 992 Central Ave. in Demorest.
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About Piedmont University
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