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ENTERTAINMENT: Goshen College Performing Arts Series Returns for 25th Season | News

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GOSHEN — Concertgoers can now purchase individual tickets for all concerts in Goshen College’s 25th Performing Arts Series.

Individual tickets are sold online at goshen.edu/tickets and at the Goshen College Box Office in the Music Center. Tickets range from $25 to $50, depending on seat location and individual performance.All shows start at 7:30pm

The 2022-23 lineup includes:

September 16: Cantus

Now in its 27th season, bass ensemble Cantus is widely known for its trademark warmth and blends, innovative programming, and captivating performances of music from the Renaissance to the 21st century. As one of the few full-time vocalists in his ensemble in the country, Cantus has become famous for his distinctive approach in creating music. Members of Cantus rehearse and perform as chamber musicians without a conductor, each contributing to the overall artistic process.

October 1: Eddie Palmieri Latin Jazz Band

Known as one of the greatest pianists of the last 60 years and eight-time Grammy Award winner Eddie Palmieri is a salsa and Latin jazz bandleader, arranger and composer. His playing deftly blends traditional Puerto Rican rhythms with complex jazz influences, including Thelonious Monk, Herbie Hancock, McCoy Tyner, and his brother Charlie Palmieri. Palmieri’s parents immigrated to New York City from Ponce, Puerto Rico in 1926. Born in his Harlem and raised in the Bronx, Palmieri took piano lessons at an early age and joined his uncle’s orchestra at age 13, playing timbales.

October 19: Scottish Chamber Orchestra

One of the world’s finest ensembles, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra is known for its extraordinary performances and extensive award-winning recordings under Charles Mackerras and, more recently, Robin Ticciarti. . On this tour, Scottish national treasure Nicola Benedetti will perform Bruch’s Violin Concerto and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra under new Chief Conductor Maxim Emelianichev.

November 5: Aida Cuevas: “45 Years – Yo Creo Que Es Tiempo”

Aida Cuevas presents an unforgettable and moving concert “45th Anniversary – Yo Creo Que Es Tiempo” celebrating a long career as one of Mexico’s most important female voices. The Mariachi Queen joins the famous Mariachi Her Aztlan and other special guests. Her 46-year career, 41 albums her releases, Grammy Awards and Latin A well-respected figure in Mexico, loved for her mastery of form. Celebrate Mexico’s legendary and powerful voice with a new show that combines the best of Mexico’s music with Cuevas’ unique voice and style.

December 6: The Swingles – Vacationing Together

There’s no better way to get in the holiday spirit than with an upbeat song from The Swingles. GRAMMY® winners will offer a musical feast to beat the cold, with original songs inspired by folk and jazz, along with traditional carols and festive favorites. Swingles’ crystal clear vocals evoke icy worlds, blankets of snow and fireplace-side singing. The Swingles’ unmistakable sound has long been associated with Christmas. Audiences are encouraged to listen to the latest holiday album, Yule Songs vol. In addition to these seasonal specialties, the program includes favorite pieces from the group’s annual touring repertoire.

January 21: Evening with Ira Glass: “7 Things I Learned”

Ira Glass is the host and creator of the popular public radio show This American Life, which has been heard by over 5 million listeners each week on public radio stations and podcasts since its inception in 1995. Under the editorial supervision of Glass, This American Life has won seven Peabody Awards and the first-ever Pulitzer Prize for his audio journalism.

February 4th: Evening with Chris Thile

MacArthur Fellow and Grammy Award-winning mandolinist, singer and songwriter Chris Thile is a founding member of the acclaimed Punch Brothers and Nickel Creek. For four years, Thile hosted public radio favorite Live from Here with Chris Thile (formerly known as A Prairie Home Companion). With his broad vision, Thile created a distinctly American canon and a new musical aesthetic for both performers and audiences, telling listeners that “linear melodies and vertical harmonies are his one-of-a-kind, blurred beauty.” Offers one delightful arc ”blurred on the web” (New York Times). ).

March 5: Kingdom Chorus

The Kingdom Choir of London is best known for its spectacular performance at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding. The group’s performance of Stand By His Me, seen by a global audience of over two billion, catapulted the choir to worldwide fame. Founded in 1994 by award-winning conductor Karen Gibson, the choir draws on diverse Christian traditions to create a sound that reflects the community they share through warm energy and enthusiastic performances. I am dedicated to it.

March 25: Natalie McMaster & Donnell Leahy

Fierce Celtic fiddling duo Natalie McMaster and Donnell Leahy commandeer the stage, bursting with raw energy and passion that infuses their traditional heritage with a contemporary twist. On the Visions show, MacMaster and Leahy share the legendary music and dance traditions of their hometowns of Lakefield, Ontario and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia through world-class music production.

May 19: A Girl Named Tom

Girl Named Tom, a trio of small-town siblings, are trying to create harmony in a divided world. Bekah, Joshua and Caleb Liechty won the hearts of America with their unique harmonies and heartfelt performances, becoming the only ensemble to win NBC’s The Voice. In addition to chart-topping covers, Girl Named Tom writes original music that aspires to become the most famous harmony trio of its generation. Hear firsthand the group that features two Goshen College alumni and continues to blow their rapidly growing fan base at home and abroad.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.goshen.edu/tickets, by phone at (574) 535-7566, or in person at the Goshen College Box Office at the Music Center. For more information, please contact the Goshen College Box Office at (574) 535-7566 or email boxoffice@goshen.edu. The box office at the Goshen College Music Center is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 1pm.

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