Its time for Chanticleer, the most anticipated orchestral event of the year! The Chanticleer tickets are up for grabs right here and this is the perfect time to get your hands on these as the prices are sure to surge. One thing is for sure… you will be mesmerized by the musical extravaganza that the show can provide you. There will be a grand orchestra and some of the most genius compositions ever!
Chanticleer is a classical vocal ensemble that is based in San Francisco, California. Founded back in 1978, the show has evolved into a much awaited event each season. The show is much known for its brilliant representation of the music of the Renaissance. However, there is much more to this orchestra than just the revolutionary music of the 14th to 17th century. There is a lot of repertoire of music genres such as gospel, jazz and experimental world beats. Fans of Chanticleer refer to it as the “Orchestra of Voices”. This name is given to this ensemble for the crisp and clear vocals and immaculate singing that is experienced by the audience while being at one of their shows.
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Louis Botto is the maestro behind Chanticleer. He performed with the group up till 1989 and was also the Artistic Director there. He graduated in musicology. During his time of graduating, Botto realized that there were hardly any groups that focused on the music of the medieval times and the Renaissance, even though it was a major part of his education. Botto’s group consisted of all-male ensemble, keeping the feel of the Renaissance era alive. He died in 1997 of AIDS, but his legacy moves on. Now you can be part of his legacy and the culture of classical orchestra music that he started. Get the Chanticleer tickets from us right away!
Initially, Chanticleer had ten singers; however, the size has varied from eight to twelve. At the moment, they have a total of twelve men. These include two basses, three tenors, one baritone, three altos and three sopranos. All these individuals are highly qualified and give a brilliant show, proving why there have always been heavy sales of the Chanticleer tickets. We reckon that the ticket prices will increase as the stocks are running out and the demand is quite stupendous.
We have seen an immense increase in recognition of this ensemble act over the past decade and an increase in the sales of Chanticleer tickets at every event in the United States since. The year 2007 was exceptionally good for the group. In May that year, they released a mass written by five gifted contemporary composers, titled And On Earth, Peace: A Chanticleer Mass. This was part of the Warner Classics and had the following people in the team: Douglas Cuomo, a US composer; Turkish American composer Kamran Ince; Israel born Shulamit Ran; Michael McGlynn, an Irish composer; and Ivan Moody from England. The premier of this Mass was held at Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. It had such mammoth success that it followed six amazing performances all over the San Francisco Bay region!
Chanticleer went on to a different direction on October 16, 2007, with the release of their 29th recording, titled Let it Snow. Fans as well as the critics loved the new sound of the group and how they have masterfully evolved into a more exclusive cappella repertoire. They came up with their album that had an orchestra bit in it, which received positive reviews. Ever since the new direction to music that they have taken, we are seeing a much wider audience buying Chanticleer tickets and being part of one of their electrifying events.
Now you too can enjoy a musical event that is sure to woo you with the flawless compositions that touch your heart. Relive the renaissance like never before, with music that is thought provoking and soothing. Take your friends and family members to this event as well. Get your hands on the best Chanticleer tickets at our website and enjoy the show!
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