Penn State Concert Choir To Sing Alongside The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stone’s ZIP CODE tour will feature 24 Penn Staters at it’s upcoming show in Pittsburgh. Members of Penn State’s Concert Choir will take the stage on June 20 at Heinz Field alongside the iconic rock band.

The ensemble, directed by Christopher Kiver, will be taking a big step out of its classical music comfort zone. The group has performed locally and all over the world, including places like Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, and Great Britain.

Kiver said it is “extraordinarily unusual” for a classically trained ensemble to sing with a rock band, but the opportunity to appear with a legendary group like the Stones was too good to pass up.

Tickets are still available for the show.

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