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Savoir Faire to Perform with the Sing-Off Live Tour

Penn State’s very own Savoir Faire, an all-female a capella group, will perform with The Sing-Off Live tour when they stop by the Bryce Jordan Center on Friday. The group will open for the season four finalists from the hit TV show, as well as perform the final song with the groups.

Savoir Faire has the honor of being the only group not from The Sing-Off to be added at any of the tour’s 32 shows. But they won’t stop when the BJC show is done; the group is also going to Philadelphia to perform with the tour at the Theatre of the Living Arts the next day.

“We are sharing the stage with people from The Sing-Off, that is more than we could ever hope for,”  Dana Cinque, Savoir Faire’s Musical Director, said in a press release. “I’m really excited to see where we’re going in the future.”

This will be the biggest break yet for the group, as they usually just play two formal shows a year– one in the fall and the other in the spring– in addition to volunteering at events throughout the year. Their most recent performance came at the Mr. Engineering pageant that benefited THON.

Savoir Faire will get the benefit of a large crowd, as the BJC’s capacity of 16,000 makes it one of the largest venues on the Sing-Off Live’s tour. And while it may not be THON in terms of capacity, they can probably expect at least the crowd of a normal men’s basketball game.

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