Choir Appears Formal On Stage, But Their Version Of An 80s Rock Song Is Incredible…

The Angel City Chorale is a non-profit community choir, formed to give back to the city via donations and volunteering through entertainment and music.They are based in Los Angeles, California.

Led by artistic director Sue Fink, the Angel City Chorale sings a well-known 1980s rock song, “Africa,” made famous by the American rock band Toto. The choir puts their own, unique spin on it. In the beginning of their performance, choir members rub their hands together. It sounds strange at first, but when you close your eyes, it sounds like wind blowing through grass while a storm looms in the horizon.

The choir transitions to snapping their fingers to mimic the sound of rain falling to the ground. They move from finger snapping to slapping their thighs, as the storm finally arrives. Lights flash in the background as members jump to simulate lightning and thunder.

This group is so talented!

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