The Texas A&M University Singing Cadets will perform at the Brownwood Community Concert Association Friday, Feb. 14.
The concert will be at Victory Life Church Auditorium, 701 C.C. Woodson in Brownwood.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m and the concert starts at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $10 for adults ages 18 and over; $5 for ages 13-17; and children under 12 will be admitted with a parent ticket. Members of the Brownwood Community Concert Association will be admitted on their membership tickets.
Internationally known as the "Voice of Aggieland," The Singing Cadets are Texas A&M University's premier men's chorus. Now in its 110th touring season, the cadets will be performing over 70-80 concerts this year throughout Texas and the United States.
The Singing Cadets were established as an all-male chorus in 1893. The group was originally known as the Texas A&M Glee Club and was renamed the Singing Cadets in 1940. Texas A&M was originally an all-male military institution, and at one time, all of the members of the Singing Cadets were members of the Corps of Cadets. Corps of Cadets membership is no longer a requirement for membership in the Singing Cadets.
David L. Kipp, the current director of the Singing Cadets, started his tenure in 1995. Kipp is the 13th director of the 60-member men's choral group.
A Singing Cadets concert will include a wide variety of music. With traditional school songs as the bookends for the show, the programs consists of religious, patriotic, Broadway, popular and novelty numbers.
Accompanist Holly Moore, a Cameron native, is a classically trained pianist with more than 20 years of musical experience.