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A BYU-Idaho Christmas with special guest Nathan Pacheco
Saturday, December 7
7:30 p.m. in the BYU-Idaho Center
6:00 p.m. Preshow dinner in Manwaring Center Special Events Room (DINNER IS SOLD OUT)
Nathan Pacheco will be the featured musical guest at the university's third Christmas program in the 15,000-seat BYU-Idaho Center. Pacheco will join the Men's Choir, Women's Choir, University Choir, Vocal Union, Rixstix percussion group, a bell choir, dancers, and other students from the College of Performing and Visual Arts.
Nathan Pacheco is a classically trained tenor who has a passion for reaching out and uplifting people through music. His versatility covers performance, composition, and arranging. Nathan, in addition to being a television and recording artist, completed his debut solo tour in 2013. He has been featured globally in live performances, including touring the United States, Canada, and Mexico with Yanni, performing with Latin singing sensation Olga Tañon, touring England, Scotland, and Wales with Katherine Jenkins, performing for Prince Charles in conjunction with the British Forces Foundation and the USO, and performing with the San Diego Symphony. Nathan was recently chosen to be one of only two artists to perform in "A Summer Evening of Music" with The Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
"Introducing Nathan Pacheco" and "Christmas with Nathan Pacheco" began airing on PBS in 2012. Nathan has also been featured prominently in broadcasts with Yanni, Katherine Jenkins, and The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. He is featured as an artist and composer on multiple Yanni Voices recordings, including the "Yanni Voces" Latin CD. As a solo recording artist for the Disney Music Group and Hollywood Records, Nathan's solo CD was released in 2012 and registered as the top ordered classical/crossover disc on iTunes and Amazon. The album contains original compositions and was produced in close collaboration with Leo Z (Josh Groban, Andrea Bocelli, and Tom Hanks' "Electric City").
Tickets are $4 for BYU-Idaho students, $8 for general public. No children under six. Event dress.