“Sing-Off” Stars VoicePlay Returning to Hatfield Hall

Friday, December 21, 2018
The five member of VoicePlay seated

VoicePlay hit the national music scene with multiple appearances on NBC’s “The Sing-Off.” The group is returning for an encore performance at Rose-Hulman’s Hatfield Hall Friday January 11 at 7:30 p.m.

The stunningly original a cappella sound of VoicePlay will again be filling Hatfield Hall, creating a night of fun, music and laughs you won’t want to miss.

Since winning over a national audience on NBC’s “The Sing-Off,” VoicePlay has been gaining new devotees around the world with their ultra-tight harmonies, hilarious stage shows, imaginative videos and remarkable musical covers.

Now, after a two-year absence, this talented quintet is headed back to Rose-Hulman’s Hatfield Hall for another amazing performance.

Called “sparkling, spirited and imaginative” by Broadway.com, VoicePlay has thrilled audiences around the world with covers of hits by Queen, Johnny Cash, Sam Smith, Frank Ocean, Andrew Lloyd Webber and many other greats.

Apart from their vertigo-inducing vocal range – covering more than five octaves – perhaps the most amazing thing about VoicePlay is that the group is all voice – no instruments at all. Yet group members use their voices to reproduce the sounds of virtually any musical instrument you can imagine.

Since performing at Hatfield Hall in 2016, VoicePlay has only grown in popularity. The group’s YouTube channel has nearly a half-million followers while the quintet continues to churn out new albums, including recent holiday singles.

Formed in Orlando, Florida by a trio of high school friends, VoicePlay now features the talents of Geoff Castellucci, Earl Elkins, Layne Stein, Tony Wakim and Eli Jacobson. The quintet sings a cappella, but with a style and sound that defies easy classification. Meanwhile, hilarious skits and creative stage performances add visual spice to every show.

Tickets for VoicePlay are selling fast but a few great seats remain available. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. Friday January 11. Tickets are $35 for adults and $29 for those under 18. Order yours at hatfieldhall.com, or after January 6 by calling 812-877-8544 or visiting the Hatfield Hall ticket desk Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. or one hour before the show.