Texas A&M Singing Cadets Set To Perform In Athens [VIDEO]
The Texas A & M University Singing Cadets are set to come perform at the First United Methodist Church in Athens. If you’ve ever had the pleasure to the Singing Cadets you know what an awesome experience it is. If you haven’t, make plans now to attend!
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The second oldest student organization at Texas A&M University, The Texas A&M University Singing Cadets is a prestigious group steeped in rich tradition. Founded in 1893 as the All-Male Glee Club, the group changed it’s named through a student competition to the Singing Cadets in 1939. Renowned for their patriotic music, the Singing Cadets have performed for every living President, and are regularly requested by Honorary Singing Cadet and former president, George H.W. Bush, and Governor Rick Perry ’72 for special performances. Every three years, the group tours internationally in order to give members a unique cultural experience that’s hard to find anywhere else. Recent concert tours have included The British Isles, South America, Australia and most recently South Africa.
The Henderson County A & M Mothers Club will be hosting the Singing Cadets on Monday, January, 9 at 7pm. The concert is FREE; there will be a “Love Offering” at the end of the concert.
The First United Methodist Church is located at 225 Lovers Lane in Athens Texas. For more information please call Pres. Ginger Morton 903-681-4470.
Check out the Texas A&M Singing Cadets on this video!