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Till There Was You Video

Written on April 18, 2016 at 1:56 pm, by

In BYU Singers we have the amazing opportunity to perform music from a wide variety of styles. Our latest music video, “Till There Was You,” comes from Meredith Willson’s musical, “The Music Man.” This jazz arrangement has been so much fun for us to rehearse and perform. We have had the chance to explore outside

Alleluia by Frederik Sixten – Video

Written on February 25, 2016 at 2:37 pm, by

The BYU Singers are excited to release another music video! This is a recording of “Alleluia” by Swedish composer Fredrik Sixten. Sixten comments on his compositional style and technique,”When I write music, it is important to me that I reach the listener…for me it’s natural to use common elements – like melody and harmony –

Flight Song Video

Written on October 16, 2015 at 2:52 pm, by

We’re excited to announce a new video that we released on October 16 of one of our pieces, “Flight Song,” by Kim Andre Arnesen. We have loved learning and singing this beautiful piece of music and it has become one of our favorites! The melodies are flowing and graceful, and the song is set to

May 6: Tacoma, Washington

Written on May 7, 2014 at 1:47 am, by

We began our frequent goodbyes today – we will have new host families every day for the rest of tour. We all almost felt like part of the family after three nights in the same homes!

May 1: Auburn, Washington

Written on May 2, 2014 at 12:34 am, by

May 1: Auburn, Washington Today’s bus ride was only 3 hours, so we bounded onto the bus without too much dread after saying our fond farewells to the hosts of the past 12 hours. This was a short stay!

April 30: Richland, Washington

Written on May 1, 2014 at 12:34 am, by

Today was a long bus day, broken up intermittently by stopping to buy something (usually edible). The ride itself was punctuated with loud laughter from the middle of the bus, where a computer game enraptured quite a few of the choir. We left Caldwell soon after 9, and finally arrived in Richmond, Washington close to