The a capella group "Ball in the House" recently visited Belmont Hills Elementary School for a special concert during a fun-filled assembly for students and staff.
According to their website, "Ball in the House" is "is five performers, five voices, that's it. Taking a cappella to the next stage, with vocal drums/beatbox and vocal bass under lush harmonies, they create a sound that's hard to believe. Following in the path of classic harmony groups like Boyz II Men, The Temptations, and Take 6, while incorporating the pop and neo-soul influence of artists like Bruno Mars, Daft Punk, and Pharrell Williams, 'Ball in the House' moves audiences with their music."
The group tours extensively with more than 200 shows per year, including performing at schools all throughout the country, combining music and entertainment with an educational aspect. "Ball in the House" inspires students by bridging the gap between music taught in school and popular music students hear on the radio, integrating the harmony of a capella music into a contemporary format. The group is committed to being good stewards of respect, positivity and teamwork through their work as arts and music advocates.
"Ball in the House" will be performing a concert at Valley Forge Middle School on Friday, November 17 at 7:00 p.m. sponsored by Districts Educating and Learning through the Arts (DELTA). DELTA is comprised of the PTO Cultural Arts Committee of Lower Merion, Tredyffrin-Easttown, Radnor and other area school districts and independent schools. For more information about DELTA, visit www.artsdelta.net or email email@example.com.