Saturday, April 23, 2022, 7:30 PM

Street and Davis Performance Hall, Anne and Ellen Fife Theatre

Free; registration required

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"Choir! Choir! Choir! has grown into a national phenomenon by tapping into a need that people share—and have few opportunities to actually do—joining together, opening their hearts, and raising their voices in song. "

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation


View the program for this event here.

Choir! Choir! Choir! has amassed a passionate community of singers and a thriving international fan base on YouTube, with tens of millions of views on some of their videos. The Toronto-based singing group led by creative directors Nobu Adilman and Daveed Goldman takes a non-traditional approach—there are no auditions, and the audience is the choir. Equal parts singing, comedy, and community-building, the night unfolds like a dream: everyone shows up, learns an original arrangement to a popular song, and goes home feeling great.

The duo has performed in holes, on hills, and on big stages at Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, Massey Hall, the Juno Awards, Joe’s Pub, Art Gallery of Ontario, Parliament Hill in Ottawa, National Arts Centre, Luminato Festival, at TEDx Toronto, the Polaris Music Prize Gala, and many more. They’ve also been joined by guest singers such as David Byrne, Patti Smith, Rufus Wainwright, Rick Astley, Tegan and Sara, Bruce Cockburn, Kathleen Edwards, Colin Hay (Men at Work), Joel Plaskett, Sarah Harmer, and Chris Murphy (Sloan).

This is Choir! Choir! Choir!'s first performance at the Moss Arts Center.

This performance is supported in part by a gift from David and Judie Reemsnyder.

This engagement of Choir! Choir! Choir! is made possible through the Mid Atlantic Tours program of Mid Atlantic Arts with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 Logo that reads "Mid Atlantic Arts." The first two words are teal, the third word is white inside a yellow circle. This is all on a white background.

This year, Virginia Tech marks its 150th year with an ongoing celebration of its impact and engagement. The arts are woven throughout the university's history and are a critically important part of its future. This event is part of a range of special performances, exhibitions, and experiences happening throughout the month of April that demonstrate the incredible value the arts and creative experiences have at Virginia Tech.

 Virginia Tech's sesquicentennial logo, a maroom 150 in a serif font with an orange ribbon coming out of the zero, that reads 1872-2022 in white text.