Penn State Performing Arts Council To Host Third Annual A Cappella Sampler
The Penn State Performing Arts Council will host its third annual A Cappella Sampler on Thursday, November 9 at Schwab Auditorium. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.
After successful performances, the last of which was in 2015, the Performing Arts Council is bringing the A Cappella Sampler back for a third time. Penn State a cappella groups will take the stage and show the audience what they’ve been working on this semester. The performers include The Pennharmonics, Coda Conduct, Shades of Blue, Blue in the Face, None of the Above, The Statesmen, Savoir Faire, and The Singing Lions.
“We’re excited to present what should be an impressive program for our A Cappella Sampler this year,” PAC President Elissa Hill said. “Penn State’s a cappella groups never cease to outdo themselves with new and unique selections and arrangements.”
Admission to the A Cappella Sampler is free — tickets are available through members of each of the a cappella groups. You can also get your tickets at the door of Schwab Auditorium on the night of the show.
Editor’s Note: In the interest of transparency, Onward State Managing Editor Elissa Hill is also the current president of the Performing Arts Council.
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