Tickets now on sale for Season 10 “Best of Cantus” Finale Concert

SORRY. Due to COVID-19, this event has been canceled. Please take a look at our upcoming virtual events.

On Friday, April 24, 2020 at 7pm, Cantus Youth Choirs is proud to present the Season 10 Finale: THE BEST OF CANTUS: 10 YEARS OF CANTUS FAVORITES and the premiere viewing of Cantus Youth Choirs’ The HOPE Project, a virtual choir performance of Hope Will Lead Us On, composed of video submissions from current and former members of Cantus, and featuring Amy Whitcomb and Michelle Pedersen.

Over 340 youth singers from across the Treasure Valley will take the stage to celebrating this momentous anniversary of Cantus history. Singers, instrumentalists and dancers will perform Cantus favorites from the last 10 years.

This production will feature Cantus favorite guest artist, Amy Whitcomb. Ms. Whitcomb will be performing Anyway, Against All Odds, and He Lives in You, and will appear in our premier of Hope Will Lead Us On. Read more about Amy’s impressive performing career!

The eight ensembles of Cantus will perform favorites from past performances like: He Lives in You, Video Killed the Radio Star, You Will Be Found, Can’t Fight This Feeling, Wide Awake, Happy, Baba Yetu, Anyway, Electricity, Hallelujah and more!

Please arrive early

Roads may be slick and icy. The performance will start promptly at 7:00 pm. Please arrive at least 20 minutes early so that you can be seated before the concert begins. Guests who arrive late will wait in the lobby until the next transition.

Please no young children

This concert will be enjoyed mostly by children 8 years old and older who can remain engaged without needing distraction for two hours. All guests who enter the auditorium will be required to present a ticket. Babes-in-arms are not free. A live video and audio feed of the production will be broadcast into the lobby for guests who bring small children.

Apparel and etiquette

Guests are encouraged to wear casual business attire. This production will be professionally recorded. We use these recordings to promote the organization and apply for performing opportunities. Cell phones should be turned off or set to airplane mode. Vibrating cell phones, coughing, rummaging through bags, whispering, unwrapping candy, rifling through the program book, tapping feet, loud coats, and calling out to performers is disruptive to guests, performers, and ruins recordings.

Videography and social media

Guests are encouraged to video portions of the concert and post those videos to social media. Performances from the production will be posted to YouTube 2 to 4 weeks after the production, assuming all copyright licensing is secured. Guests are STRICTLY prohibited from setting up tripods or using flash devices. If using a smartphone or tablet please ensure the flash and flashlight is off when taking photos or video. Please consider dimming your screen brightness as a courtesy to guests behind you.