The Gentlemen’s Trio — better known as GENTRI –will perform two Easter concerts in the Daines Concert Hall on the campus of Utah State University on Mar. 30. Accompanied by the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra, the vocal trio will perform ‘King of Kings: A Celebration of Jesus Christ Through Music.’

LOGAN – After a sold-out three-night stand at the Ellen Eccles Theatre in December, the vocal trio GENTRI will return to Cache Valley for two performances just prior to Easter on Saturday, Mar. 30.

In the Daines Concert Hall on the Utah State University campus, GENTRI will perform with the American Festival Chorus and Orchestra (AFCO), under the direction of Craig Jessop.

The performances of GENTRI’s Easter concert – entitled “King of Kings: A Celebration of Jesus Christ Through Music” – will be offered at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

This year marks a full decade since GENTRI was formed, according to vocalist Brad Robbins, and their Easter concerts will also follow-up on the release of the group’s highly anticipated new album of hymns.

“It will be the first time that we’ve done a public show performing these songs live,” Robbins explains. “The concert will feature music from our new album as well as beloved songs from our first album, which was released in 2018.”

Robbins says the new album will drop on Friday, Mar. 15, with additional musical being released each Friday leading up to GENTRI’s Easter concert on Mar. 30.

For those not in the know, GENTRI is a diminutive of “The Gentlemen Trio” composed of Robbins, Casey Elliot and Bradley Quinn Lever.

After meeting while performing in a regional theatrical production of Les Misérables in 2014, they launched a musical career as a trio that has captivated audiences in the U.S. and overseas.

Organizers of the concerts at USU promise an experience that will elevate local residents’ celebration of Easter. Those performances promise an ethereal blend of rich harmonies and uplifting melodies, they say, perfectly accompanied by Jessop and the AFCO.

These reverent performances by GENTRI are more than just concerts, the USU organizers say, but true celebrations of joy and the power of music to uplift and inspire.

Tickets for GENTRI’s “King of Kings: A Celebration of Jesus Christ Through Music” can be obtained by the Box Office in the Chase Final Arts Center on the USU campus; by calling 435-797-8022; or by going online to

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