Friends of Good Music presents Calmus - Vocal Ensemble from Germany

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Event Date(s): Thu, 12/12/2019 - 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Friends of Good Music presents Calmus- vocal ensemble from Germany

The fourth performance of the 2019-2020 Concert Series, presented by Friend of Good Music and held at the Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, is Calmus, a vocal ensemble from Germany and their performance of "Christmas A Cappella".

These five award-winning Leipzig vocal musicians have toured throughout Europe and North and South America, bringing joyous sounds to each of their performances. The quintet’s refined sound has earned them the ECHO Klassik and Supersonic Award. Calmus made their first appearance in our performance series back in 2010, shortly after their debut at Carnegie Hall in New York City. To complement their return, the Quick Center will show an exhibition of the immortal song, “Silent Night.”

Memberships for Friends Of Good Music are available and include a basic subscription with reserved seats for any six programs. Season subscribers may individualize their plan by adding additional program tickets to their subscription at a greatly reduced price. All seats are reserved, though members may request specific seats with their subscription order on a first-come, first-served basis. A reception for all season subscribers will be held after the bonus concert in May.

Tickets can be purchased over the phone or at the box office, which is open one hour before performances and during intermission. All art galleries and the gift shop at the Quick Center are open on concert nights.  Season Subscriptions are available on the Friends of Good Music Website.

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This event will be held at:

Regina A Quick Center for the Arts
3261 West State Road St. Bonaventure University Campus
St. Bonaventure , NY 14778
United States
Phone: 716-375-2494
42° 4' 47.6472" N, 78° 29' 4.2756" W
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