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Don’t miss this amazing experience. Join the jubilant masses and tune into the Pentatonix acapella rendition of “Hallelujah”!

“Hallelujah” Cover

The 1984 song originally crafted by Leonard Cohen has been covered by numerous artists, but the Pentatonix cover of this song will move you in a powerful way. Pentatonix evokes both the heart-rending loss and melodious harmony of “Hallelujah” – you will feel and share the passion of both the holy and the broken hallelujahs.

Pentatonix - Kirstie Maldonado

Acapella Excellence

Particularly well-suited to acapella-style renderings, “Hallelujah” naturally drew the interest of “Pentatonix.” As with all acapella groups, Pentatonix performs without any instruments and creates all backup accompaniment vocally. Acapella music was revitalized in 2009 with the introduction of the TV program “The Sing Off”, and raced up the charts and into the hearts of the nation. The natural merger of “Hallelujah” and Pentatonix will cultivate a love of acapella music in you.

Pentatonix Beautifully Covers Hallelujah

Pentatonix Acclaim

In 2011, Pentatonix was born when the small group of high school friends Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi and Kirstie Maldonado added the vocal chords of Avi Kaplan and Kevin Clusola. Immediately winning the third season of ‘The Sing Off’ in 2011, they have been showered with praise at each new release. They have sold out venues, gone Platinum, won Grammy Awards, been #1 on Billboard and appeared in the full-length film Pitch Perfect 2. Their cover of Hallelujah appears on their new Album ‘A Pentatonix Christmas’ and continues their success, already ranking in Billboard’s HOT 100.

Grab your tissue and spend a few minutes with Pentatonix as they infuse this melody with the majesty and tribulation of the soul, and then share it with someone else!

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