Silent Night | BYU Vocal Point

BYU Vocal Point was founded in the tradition of college glee-clubs, but the group propels a cappella music far beyond its traditional bounds. Chosen through an extensive audition process, the nine members of Vocal Point combine rich vocal talent with clever arrangements and staging in an electrifying concert program. Vocal Point has established itself as one of the most popular singing groups on campus. It has also won a strong following from its performances and workshops throughout the western United States.

Performing Arts News
"If you appreciate what people value, they will come to love you,” an audience member in Croatia said to a member of BYU Folk Dance Ensemble. Performing under the name of American Folk Dance Ensemble, the group found plenty to appreciate in its travels in Croatia and Spain this summer. They represented the United States in three folk festivals, where castle courtyards, town squares, city streets, rest homes, and outdoor stages provided picturesque backdrops to their shows. Each festival began with a parade through the city streets in which the ensemble danced under the U.S. flag and occasionally stopped for pictures with onlookers. Through music and dance, the ensemble learned to love the Croatian and Spanish cultures while sharing their own traditions with the people they met.
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With its historic red-roofed architecture, cobbled streets, and beautiful bridges connecting the banks of the Vltava River, the city of Prague served as the perfect setting to start Contemporary Dance Theatre’s 2015 summer tour. In addition to the Czech Republic, the group performed in Hungary, Slovakia, Austria, and Germany. In each country, the BYU students met people with extraordinary talents and a mutual love for the art of dance and made personal connections with performers from different nations.
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