Germany’s most successful a cappella export to perform for second concert of DCA season

VOCALDENTE, the award winning German a cappella male quintet, will perform in Hettinger on Monday, Nov. 18, for the second concert of the 2013-14 Dakota Concert Association (DCA) season.Posted November 14, 2013

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VOCALDENTE, the award winning German a cappella male quintet, will perform in Hettinger on Monday, Nov. 18, for the second concert of the 2013-14 Dakota Concert Association (DCA) season. The concert, one of the group’s 16-concert tours through the central United States, begins at 7:30 p.m. MT in the Hettinger Lutheran Church.

The five performers in Volcaldente  are audience favorites, award winners, globetrotters, vocal artists, entertainers, and just-plain-singers. Unlike other a cappella groups, Vocaldente doesn’t rely on special vocal effects, such as making rhythmic percussive sounds with the voice. Their passion is an almost-lost art in the vocal scene, that of conveying musical entertainment in its most authentic way–purely acoustical, taking a cappella back to its roots.

Since coming together in 2004 at the Hochschule fur Music gathering, and at the Boys Choir festival in Hannover, Germany, the group has developed into an internationally acclaimed and much sought-after vocal ensemble.

More than 100 concerts and appearances are on this group’s annual schedule, in a program that takes them throughout their homeland of Germany, Europe, and on extensive and repeated tours of the USA in addition to Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, singing such songs as “Let’s Misbehave,” “The Wanderer,” “Rosanna,” “Don’t Stop Me Now,” “I’m a Believer,”  and many more.

Two concerts remain in the 2013-14 DCA season, the family fiddle and step show on April 15 and Mack Bailey, folk singer from the Limelighters on May 15. Ticket holders may also attend the three remaining concerts of the Dickinson Area Concert Association through the DCA reciprocity agreement with them. Concert dates, times and places of all concerts are listed on the DCA season ticket.

Admission to Hettinger area concerts is by DCA season ticket.

For further information, contact KB Jewelers in Hettinger or any Dakota Concert Association board member.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 







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