“BYU Student Performers Complete Summer Tours,” Ensign, Dec. 1991, 70
Seven student performing ensembles took talent from Brigham Young University to the people of four continents during this summer’s concert tours.
In the Soviet Union, the Young Ambassadors retraced the steps of the group’s historic first tour to that land in 1978, while the Lamanite Generation performed for native audiences and American military personnel in united Germany. On the other side of the globe, the Wind Symphony presented concerts and workshops in New Zealand and Australia.
The BYU Singers performed on television and in concert halls in Italy and Israel, while the Ballroom Dance Company presented concerts throughout the eastern United States. The American Folk Dancers participated in folk festivals in France and Portugal, and the Dancers’ Company demonstrated the best in modern movement to audiences in Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia.