Pentatonix Showed Flawless Harmony During Their Singing of Holiday Song.

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Very moving video. 2020 has been such a hard year.

We all know these five talented artists that surprises us every time they open their mouthes. Pentatonix was formed in 2011. It is the chapel’s five-member singing group. They first rose to prominence when they won The Sing Off, a competition show with a choir chapel on NBC’s third season.

They have since become famous for their hit album covers and holiday music. Their initial endeavors of recording original songs were successful. A little bit about their early years. Beautiful Kirstin Maldonado, talented Mitch Grassi and young Scott Hoying grew up together and were classmates at Martin High School in Texas. They competed in a radio competition in the city, hoping to meet the cast members of the Glee TV show.

They arranged Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” for three voices. Despite the loss, their performance received local attention and was also noticed by viewers on YouTube. After graduating from high school, Scott Hoing attended the University of Southern California, where he joined the a capella singing group.

A friend called him to audition for The Sing Off. He convinced singer Kirstin and Mitch to join him. They added bass singer perspective Avi Kaplan and amazing beat boxer Kevin Olusola, and the Pentatonix lineup was complete. The entire group first met in person the day before the start of The Sing Off’s third season auditions. Scott Hoing proposed the name Pentatonix on a pentatonic scale, representing the talented five members of the band.

The Pentatonix was one of sixteen bands selected to compete in the third season of The Sing Off. Ben Folds, Sean Stockman of Boys II, and Sarah Barrel served as judges. This band did so many talented covers that won’t leave you indifferent.

Today they will raise you holiday spirit. Press the play button and enjoy another masterpiece from this band!