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Peace on Earth: A Holiday Spectacular! to feature Voctave on Dec. 2

HUNTSVILLE – Peace on Earth returns to Huntsville, featuring the a cappella sensation, Voctave. The trending 11-member ensemble, Voctave, will offer a holiday symphony program, showcasing their tight vocal harmonies, chart-topping style, and exciting staging.

UAH music faculty and students, HCC Youth Chorale, and friends from Huntsville Symphony Orchestra will perform seasonal favorites to kick off your holiday season. Then Voctave takes the stage!

Peace on Earth will take place on Thursday, December 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the Von Braun Center Concert Hall. Tickets prices start at $13.

A cappella sensation Voctave has had over 150 million online views of their videos, and their latest album, The Corner of Broadway & Main Street Vol. 2, debuted at No. 3 on the iTunes charts. Hailing from Central Florida, the eleven members of Voctave have performed across the globe and appear on countless recordings.

The ensemble has performed with Grammy, Dove, and American Music Award recipients, including Sandi Patty, Pentatonix’s Kirstin Maldonado, Mark Lowry, David Phelps, and Jody McBrayer. With multiple No. 1 songs and albums on iTunes, Amazon and Spotify, Voctave has ranked in the Top 25 on Billboard Magazine’s charts.

Attracting a sold-out average attendance of 1,800 students and adults, along with a performing all-star cast of community arts organizations, Peace on Earth is an excellent one-stop event for experiencing and supporting Huntsville’s premier artistic talent.

Previous collaborators include Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, Huntsville Community Chorus and Youth Chorale, Huntsville Ballet, and the UAH Departments of Music and Theatre. Highlighting each year, Peace on Earth features a guest headliner.

To buy tickets, go to www.uah.edu/peace

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