Cantus Live On-Air Archive Classical MPR Artists-in-Residence Cantus have taken over the broadcast booth over this year for a series of discussions and music listening. you can listen to the archive online.May 19, 2011
Sonic Architecture Sonic Architecture -- a collaboration between Classical Minnesota Public Radio and Cantus, Classical MPR's 2010-2011 Artists-in-Residence -- is a sound-based exploration of Minnesota's spaces. MPR cameras and microphones will venture into environments across Minnesota as each one is brought to life by the voices of a world-class vocal ensemble.February 8, 2011
Master Class in Ely Cantus made a few stops during their Greater Minnesota Tour to work with high school choirs. On the campus of Vermilion Community College Theater, they coached singers from Ely, Babbitt and Tower-Soudan. July 12, 2011
Cantus at the Westminster Presbyterian Church Minnesota Public Radio was happy to broadcast the annual Christmas With Cantus concert live from Westminster Presbyterian Church in downtown Minneapolis Friday, Dec. 17th. Listen to the audio and check out the program here!December 22, 2010
2010-2011 Artists-In-Residence Announcement Classical MPR is proud to announce Cantus as the 2010-2011 Artists-In-Residence. Cantus is one of America's finest professional male vocal ensembles committed to performing innovative and engaging musical programs. Their repertoire covers many periods and genres, from Gregorian chant and Renaissance motets to contemporary sacred works and popular music.September 20, 2010
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MPR Artists-in-Residency 2010-2011 Cantus. (Photo by Rick Spaulding / Courtesy of Cantus)
The nine men of Cantus are Classical Minnesota Public Radio’s 2010-11 Artists in Residence. This vocal ensemble is our musical ambassador to Minnesota. Our shared mission is to surprise, delight, and engage audiences with great music on-air, online, and onstage.
Violin of the Future?
On the heels of the announcement of ‘the birth of a new grand piano’ from world-renowned Hungarian pianist/innovator Gergely Bogányi, a Miami-based studio has come up with a new, beautifully bizarre design for a violin. Monad Studio — artists Eric Goldemberg and Veronica Zalcberg — have created a violin that seems to be more like something you might […]