In addition, Tantara is in the process of remastering Vocal Point’s first album, "If Rocks Could Sing," for re-release for the first time on CD.
Vocal Point is currently under the direction of Buck Mangum, the group’s fifth director. It is the most-requested performing group at BYU and regularly performs to sold-out crowds on and off campus, usually selling out shows weeks in advance.
If you go:
What: Vocal Point Concerts
Where: Covey Center for the Arts, 424 W. Center, Provo
When: Spring concerts featuring this year's Vocal Point ensemble, March 3-5 at 7:30 p.m., reunion concert at 2 p.m. on March 5.
Tickets: Available by calling 801-852-7007 or at www.coveycenter.org
Sharon Haddock is a professional freelance writer with 30 years experience, 17 of those at the Deseret News. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or see her personal blog at http://sharonhaddock.blogspot.com/.
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