Gentri to perform Oct. 13 at BYU-Idaho
Gentri: The Gentlemen Trio, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 in the Hart Auditorium at Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg.
“These three tenors put on an amazing show,” Don Sparhawk, coordinator of the Center Stage Performing Arts Series, said in a release. “We are also excited to be bringing teenage singing sensation Lexi Walker to perform a few songs on the program.”
Gentri’s music has been described as “Cinematic Pop,” a fusion of lush, epic orchestrations coupled with rich, dynamic three-part harmonies.
Established in June 2014, Gentri is comprised of Brad Robins, Casey Elliott and Bradley Quinn Lever.
Tickets start at $12 ($6 for BYU-Idaho students), and are available at the BYU-Idaho Ticket Office, by calling 208-496-3170 or online at byui.edu/tickets. A preshow dinner starting at 6 p.m. in the Manwaring Center is an extra $16.
Watoto Children’s Choir to perform in I.F.
The Watoto Children’s Choir, a group of 18 orphans from Uganda, will continue its six-month U.S. tour Oct. 17 in Idaho Falls, performing at 7 p.m. at Hope Lutheran Church, 2071 12th St.
The concert will feature worship songs that share the children’s stories of how their lives have been changed and how they have been called into a life of purpose to transform their communities.
All performances are free and open to the public.
About the Watoto Children’s Choir
Since 1994, the Watoto Children’s Choirs have toured the world as advocates for the 18 million African children currently orphaned by AIDS.
For a complete choir tour schedule, visit watoto.com/choir.
Warren Miller film headed for Idaho Falls
Warren Miller Entertainment celebrates its 68th ski and snowboard film with a showing of “Line of Descent,” on Oct. 28 at the Colonial Theater. The show starts at 7:30 p.m.
According to a news release, “Line of Descent” celebrates the lineage of legendary athletes through a multi-generational cast of skiing’s icons and fresh faces, including Tommy Moe, Jonny Moseley, JT Holmes, Lexi duPont, Seth Wescott, Kalen Thorien, Marcus Caston, Jeremy Jensen, Griffin Post, and more.
“This season, we explore how skiers are shaped by picking up a pair of skis for the first time,” Warren Miller’s veteran producer Josh Haskins said in the release. “More often than not, it’s family who introduces us to the sport or steers us on the path towards an ongoing passion—be it a ski bum lifestyle, a professional career or simply the desire to pass on the same feeling to the next generation. There is a kinship unlike any other in the ski community, and Warren Miller is the elder, bringing generations of skiers and riders together for 68 years, and this year is no different.”
Tickets are $16 and are available at idahofallsarts.org/warren-millers-line-of-decent.