Thursday, May 5, 2011

Another Adventist a cappella group wins 'The Sing-Off,' this time in The Netherlands


Adventists' got a cappella talent.


An Adventist a cappella group won The Netherlands version of "The Sing-Off" in April. This is third time that an Adventist group has won on any of The Sing-Off's international franchises.


Gentle Voices won a Sony Music recording contract and have been invited to perform with Dutch music group, De Toppers.


Gentle Voices is made up of six cousins from Rotterdam, South Holland. The group began in 1999 as a quartet, but eventually expanded to become a sextet. They are Mitchell Bouterse, Anthony Glen, Earl Vlijter, Everton Glen, Lionel Bouterse and Mitchell Thompson.


According to tedNews, "Not only do they want to reach a large group of people with their gift of singing, but their motivation is to reach people with creativity and harmony."


In the United States, Committed won season 2 of "The Sing-Off" in December 2010. Nota won season 1 in December 2009.


Below, you can watch Gentle Voices' performances on "The Sing-Off," including when they were announced the champions:



Finale: The Results




Finale: "End of the Road" by Boyz II Men




Finale: "I Wish" by Stevie Wonder




Night 5: Usher Medley




Night 4: "Rock With You" by Michael Jackson



Night 3: "Vlieg Met Me Mee" by Trijntje Oosterhuis




Night 2: "Bleeding Love" by Leona Lewis




Night 1: "Father & Friend" by Alain Clark

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