BYU Young Ambassadors to Bring HARMONY-THE MUSIC OF LIFE to Idaho, 2/22
BYU Young Ambassadors, Harmony-The Music of Life
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The Brigham Young University Young Ambassadors are coming to Nampa, Idaho for a stellar performance: "HARMONY-THE MUSIC OF LIFE". This polished and rousing musical production blends the best of Broadway with favorite radio hits for every generation and will be performed by the Young Ambassadors at the Nampa Civic Center on Friday, February 22, 2013; two productions at 5:30 pm and 8:00 pm.
Tickets available online at www.nampaciviccenter.com or at the Nampa Civic Center box office 468-5555. Prices are Adults $16.00, Students $14.00 (plus ticket fee).
The Young Ambassadors made their worldwide debut at the Osaka 1970 World Expo, and have been entertaining audiences across the globe ever since. The group recently returned from a three week tour in Southern Africa where they performed their exciting new show, Harmony: the Music of Life.
A must-see compilation of some of America's best-loved musical scores, Harmony depicts scenes from life's most significant moments, highlighting each experience through popular music from Michael Bublé, Stephen Schwartz, Benny Goodman, and more. With its astounding vocal talent and stunning choreography, Harmony puts a smile on audiences' faces that lasts the entire show. The production's costumes brighten the stage and transport audiences through every stage of life, from childhood fairytales, teenage years, falling in love, raising a family, and growing older. Harmony's spirited 90-minute showcase provides an entertaining evening out for family members of all ages.
The Young Ambassadors are accompanied by a live ten piece show band that features some of the finest performers from Brigham Young University. These musicians' animated performances enhance each number so audiences always get what they came for: a night of talent and entertainment in every facet of the performance.
The Young Ambassadors brought their show Harmony to performance halls throughout the West during the 2011 - 2012 season. They also toured seventeen cities in seven southern states during the summer of 2012.
Over the past 40 years, the Young Ambassadors have shared their remarkable talent and energy in almost 70 countries. The talented group traveled to Australia in 2008 for a special three-week tour where they performed for the legislators in the Queensland State Parliament in Brisbane. The Young Ambassadors have also performed for heads of state in India, Britain, Jordan, Egypt, Japan, and the United States.
Since 2000, the Young Ambassadors have been to Brazil, Argentina, the 2002 Winter Olympics, Canada, Russia, Australia, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, twice to China, Tasmania, throughout Scandinavia, and all over the US. In May 2012 they returned from their most recent performance tour to Southern Africa. Prominent past members include former Miss America Sharlene Wells Hawkes, Diamond Rio's Dan Truman, and Broadway favorites Christeena Michelle Riggs and Candese Marchese. Young Ambassadors throughout the world are followed by a strong reputation as wholesome, professional entertainers.
The Young Ambassadors represent the School of Music in cooperation with the Department of Dance from the College of Fine Arts and Communications at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. BYU is one of America's largest private universities with 30,000 students from all over the United States and 120 foreign countries.
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