Barbershop quartet Keepsake strikes a chord

Written by Antonio Cruz Santos BYU-Idaho will be hosting the award-winning quartet Keepsake on Feb. 3 as a part of the Barbershop Music Festival. In 1992, the quartet won the international Barbershop Quartet Contest, according to singers.com. “Many a cappella singers have at some point harmonized in the style of this original American art form…


More than a teacher

At BYU-Idaho the faculty are more than just teachers with degrees. The teachers here have real world experience. One example of those teachers is Scott E. Franson. Franson has is featured in one of BYU-Idaho’s latest exhibits entitled “Modules, Patterns and Repeats” and opened for public viewing in the Jacob Spori gallery January 9th. “In…


Cue in Alyson Cambridge

Written by Kambria Amidan Opera music will fill the air at BYU-Idaho.     BYU-I students will have the opportunity to listen to opera singer Alyson Cambridge on Wednesday, Jan. 25 from 7:30-9 p.m. in the Eliza R. Snow Center for the Performing Arts Ruth H. Barrus Concert Hall. “The concert will include operatic selections…


Ballet West II brings Attitude to BYU-Idaho

Written by Tori Sheets An American classical ballet troupe from Salt Lake City, Utah, named Ballet West II, will perform in the Oscar A. Kirkham Building Auditorium at BYU-Idaho on Friday, Jan. 13. Ballet West’s second company is an acclaimed ballet company filled with diverse preprofessionals that have toured the country several times over, according…


Roomful of Teeth to perform at BYU-Idaho

Roomful of Teeth will be curing anyone’s sweet tooth for a capella when they make their way to BYU-Idaho on Jan. 10. This Grammy-winning a capella group is dedicated to “mining the expressive potential of the human voice,” according to the Roomful of Teeth website. “Through study with masters from singing traditions the world over,…

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