A musical style becoming more and more popular in recent years will be featured on Michigan Techâ??s campus kicking off the Rozsa Centerâ??s performance season.
Orlando-based a cappella group, VoicePlay, hits the stage Friday evening. As seen on NBCâ??s hit show, The Sing-Off, the quintet sings in full harmony with just the sounds of their voices.
â??They do a lot of fun kind of versions of traditional songs that you might be familiar with but in an a cappella type of setting,â?? said Rozsa Center interim director Mary Muncil.
VoicePlay will perform musical genres from rock to pop to R&B from a variety of eras in an upbeat show with sing-along songs and even some laugh out loud moments.
â??High energy, the stage will be kind of set like a rock concert, so lots of fun lights,â?? added Muncil. â??It should be a really fun, easy show to sit in the audience for.â??
VoicePlay will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. and will even make a special appearance for students at K-Day Friday afternoon at McLain State Park.
Tickets will be $18 for adults, $9 for youth, and $5 for Michigan Tech students. Tickets can be purchased at the box office or at the Rozsa Center website.