Grammy-winning Chanticleer coming to Brookings on April 2

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BROOKINGS — Get ready to be swept away by a symphony of voices as Chanticleer, the Grammy-winning, all-male vocal ensemble, takes the stage in Brookings, South Dakota.

Presented by Woodbine Productions in collaboration with the SDSU School of Performing Arts, this evening of song promises an unforgettable experience at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center on April 2.

“We simply couldn’t be more excited to be hosting the finest male vocal ensemble in America, perhaps in the world, for their only performance in South Dakota,” shares David Reynolds, director of the South Dakota State University School of Performing Arts. “Not only will their performance be one of the finest in the 17-year history of Woodbine Productions, but the opportunity they are providing our students while they are in residence on campus will result in lasting impacts to our students and our vocal faculty of the school.”

In addition to Chanticleer’s performance, the concert will feature special guest appearances by the South Dakota State University Concert Choir and The Statesmen, adding layers of harmony and depth to an already spectacular evening.

Chanticleer is recognized as virtuosos of the human voice, blending seamlessly across genres to create a mesmerizing auditory experience. From classical masterpieces to contemporary hits, their repertoire transcends boundaries and captivates audiences worldwide. Headquartered in San Francisco, California, the ensemble has the highest audition criteria and the ensemble represents the finest talent in male vocalists not just nationally, but globally.

Tickets for this performance by Chanticleer have been in high demand since the show was announced in July of 2023, with many visitors traveling significant distances to Brookings for Tuesday evening’s concert. Woodbine Productions has a history of bringing finemusicians both as established and emerging talent to the campus of South Dakota State University to provide both entertainment and educational experiences for current students in the School of Performing Arts. Funded exclusively by an anonymous donor, all tickets sold are deposited in a scholarship fund for students engaged in music at SDSU.

For ticket inquiries and further details, visit Woodbine Productions’ website at www.woodbineproductions.com or contact the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center box office at 605-688-6045. Note that SDSU will be closed for Good Friday and Easter Monday, thus online orders are most beneficial at this time and all calls will be answered on April 2.