BYU's Vocal Point of NBC's 'The Sing Off' to perform

Published April 16, 2013 10:19 am
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Vocal Point, the 9-man a cappella ensemble from Brigham Young University that wowed viewers of NBC's "The Sing Off," will be in concert on Friday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m. at Cottonwood High School.

This vocal group will present a show with fan favorites as well as new material.The group is currently the No. 1 most-requested performing group at BYU, and since their television appearances, Vocal Point has started taking bookings year round. (Prior to the show, they only took bookings from October to April, with limited summer engagements.)Another change is that McKay Crockett, recognizable by viewers as the young smiley blond frontman, is now the group's director.The April 26th concert will also be the last show for veterans Keith Evans and Robert Seely, who have been in the group for four years and who shone during the televised competition.Tickets for the April 26th show can be purchased online at http://www.byuvocalpoint.edu/events or at the door. Tickets start at $6 and group rates are available. A portion of every ticket sold will be donated to the BYU Vocal Point Scholarship Fund.

The picture attached is of the 2011 incarnation of the group.



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