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The Singing Hoosiers to present 74th annual ‘Spring Concert’ on March 23


IU’s Grammy-nominated Singing Hoosiers will perform its 74th annual show at 7:30 p.m., March 23, at the Musical Arts Center.  

The Singing Hoosiers are known for its upbeat live shows and its love of American music. The concert this year will feature a blend of classical songs, new music and classical choral arrangements. 

The Singing Hoosiers have been an integral part of IU’s creative tradition for more than 70 years. Since its establishment in 1950, the ensemble has been known for its vocal prowess and its vast repertoire which has expanded to include a variety of American musical styles. The ensemble’s roots are still in the songs of the Great American Songbook, which consists of popular songs and show tunes from the early 20th century. 

Under the direction of IU associate professor of music, Chris Albanese, the Singing Hoosiers have performed its blend of song and dance in more than 26 countries. Made up of more than ninety singers and instrumentalists, the Singing Hoosiers are comprised of students from over 25 different majors across campus 

Student tickets cost $10 and can be purchased through the Jacobs School of Music website.

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