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ED2012 Music Review: The Vocal Orchestra (Underbelly Productions)

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Behold one of the most amazing feats: seven individual beatboxers come together as one glorious harmonic ensemble chock full of passion and energy. This is a stupendous and dynamic performance incorporating both chilling ballads and upbeat classics, dance numbers, and comedic theatrical skits all emphasising The Vocal Orchestra’s innumerable talents. One will be mesmerised by not only by the flawless vocals and choreography, but also simply by the passion and fun had on stage. Though The Vocal Orchestra had a bit of a slow start with the audience participation, they surely make up for it with their astounding talent and attitudes. One cannot compliment them enough; The Vocal Orchestra is a phenomenal show not to be missed.

Underbelly Bristo Square, 2-27 Aug, 5.15pm.
tw rating 5/5 | [Ellie Willis]

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