German Quartet to perform at the Ateneo

De izquierda a derecha: Tobias Pöche - tenor, Manuel Helmeke - bajo, Ludwig Böhme - barítono y Sebastian Krause - contratenor

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The National Concert Association’s fourth concert of the 2016 concert season will be held on Tuesday, August 2 at the Ateneo Theater in the City of Knowledge, featuring the German quartet a cappella ‘Calmus’.

‘Calmus’ is a vocal group, founded in Germany in 1999, composed of four young graduates of the renowned choir school of St. Thomas Church in Leipzig, Germany. The subtle combination of these four voices, leads to a wide repertoire of songs ranging from Renaissance and Baroque masters to the great German masters, covering modern choral music as well as pop and jazz songs.

From left to right: Tobias Pöche - tenor, Manuel Helmeke - bass, Ludwig Böhme - baritone and Sebastian Krause - countertenor

From left to right: Tobias Pöche – tenor, Manuel Helmeke – bass, Ludwig Böhme – baritone and Sebastian Krause – countertenor

This group captivates audiences with their charming stage presence, refined technique and fun presentations, transmitting everything they sing with infectious joy.

Tickets for this concert are on sale at Allegro Galleries, Office of the National Concert Association, Kromya Design Store in Ocean Mall, Costa del Este and at the box office the day of the event. They cost $5 for students, $25 and $45 for the general public.

For more information visit www.ConciertosPanama.org

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