SDSU Festival of Male Voices
Date: February 7, 2012
Location: South Dakota, USA
South Dakota State University welcomes Frank Albinder to campus this Thursday to conduct the Festival of Male Voices High School Honor Choir. While he has toured nationally and internationally with Chanticleer, this will be Frank's first appearance in Brookings, SD. Frank will lead a choir of 100 young men in a program of choral chestnuts for men including "The Pasture" by Randall Thompson, "Be Thou My Vision" arranged by Robert Hunter, and Wendell Whalum's arrangement of "Somebody's Calling my Name".
The Festival performance, "Singing through the Ages" will feature the high school men, the Singing Boys of Sioux Falls, the Aberdeen Area Men's Chorus and the SDSU Statesmen. The concert starts at 7:30pm in the SDSU Performing Arts Center and is free and open to the public.
submitted by: Steve Grives, South Dakota State University