Angel City Chorale is a nonprofit arts organization and choir that excels in a wide range of choral styles — including classical, gospel, jazz, pop and world music.
During a performance, the 160-person choir began rubbing their hands together. One side of the chorus and into the other side, kind of like a wave. And similarly, they begin to snap after that.
It sounds like rain when they snap and begin to drum on their knees as the thunder strikes. It’s a creative way of imitating the soft sounds of rain. It’s like a thunderstorm in the theater.
That’s when they break into Toto’s “Africa” which features a refrain about the rains down in Africa. It all makes sense and this wonderful rendition of the song will be one you won’t soon forget.
Don’t you love it?
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