Monday / February 11, 2013 / 8:15 p.m.
Berklee Performance Center
The Y Chromotones is an all-male a cappella group, singing pop covers and medleys that range from Lady Gaga to Queen. Luke McGinnis founded the group at Berklee College of Music in the fall of 2010. Back then, it was eight guys practicing in a vestibule in a corner of school, but now the group has expanded to a much larger size. They perform at various concerts, galas, and other events all around Boston and sing all styles, anything from pop to classical (pop-sical, if you will). They will perform a concert that promises to entertain a cappella lovers and everyone else.
Brand New Headings will feature a varied repertoire of musical theater numbers and explore Cheeyang Ng's journey in musical theater in the United States. Having done six musicals in the short span of less than two years, he will share some of his favorite numbers with the audience and include some original repertoire he wrote. Ng will be accompanied by a rhythm section from Singapore, as well as a horns and strings section made up of talented Berklee musicians. The show will also feature a vocal ensemble with theater song and dance.
Can't make it to the concert? Watch it live on Concert Window.