The TCU Frog Corps and The Vocal Majority Tandem in Concert
The TCU Frog Corps and The Vocal Majority to come together for an exciting concert on April 27th at the Ed Landreth Hall on the campus of TCU.
In its fifth year, the TCU Frog Corps has distinguished itself as a leading TCU campus-wide all male singing spirit group. With 70 young men, this entertaining group—donning their trademark purple blazers—sing for TCU events, community organizations and athletic events.
The Vocal Majority Chorus is a Dallas-based men’s chorus of 100+ volunteer musicians who have performed throughout the U.S., Canada and the UK. The VM is non-profit Barbershop Harmony Society chapter and 12-time Gold Medal winners in BHS chorus competitions, with their most recent win in 2014. Fans celebrate the VM as America’s Premier Pops Chorus. Men of all ages and from all walks of life amplify their passionate love of singing while touching the hearts of thousands of fans worldwide. Their lush, multi-layered harmonies and electrifying choreography make each performance an extraordinary experience.
April 27th – 7:30 PM
Ed Landreth Hall
Texas Christian University
$15 for Adults, $10 for Students online at www.apex-arts.org $5 for TCU Students and Group Sales through the TCU Music Office. See Charlene Smith at email@example.com.
Southlake-based Apex Arts League sponsors a variety of performing and visual arts programs in the local area. For more information, visit apex-arts.org