BYU Vocal Point: Bringing Music, Meaning, and Service Together

If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of experiencing a BYU Vocal Point performance, you are missing out. This male a cappella group, formed in 1991 at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, has gained a reputation for their impressive singing skills and entertaining performances that leave audiences feeling joyful and uplifted.

But Vocal Point’s purpose goes beyond just providing entertainment. As the group’s founder, McKay Crockett, stated, “the purpose is to uplift and inspire, to enlighten the hearts and the minds of the people within the sound of our voice to the filling of their souls with joy.” And they take this responsibility seriously, working hard to build upon the legacy left by former members and create innovative and exciting performances that leave a lasting impact on their audiences.

Over the years, Vocal Point has evolved and grown, both in terms of their music and their performances. But despite these changes, the group has managed to maintain the same effect on their audiences – a feeling of joy and positivity. As Crockett noted, “the energy that is spent by the directors by the guys in the group, the sky’s the limit.”

Vocal Point’s success and popularity are a testament to the impact they have on their audiences and the wider community. But the group is always looking to do more and reach even greater heights. They recognize that they have a unique opportunity to make a positive impact on others through their music and performances, and they are committed to continuing to do so.

In addition to their concerts and performances, BYU Vocal Point also offers workshops and clinics for aspiring singers and groups. These sessions provide valuable insights and tips for improving vocal technique, stage presence, and more.

The members of Vocal Point are passionate about sharing their love of music and helping others to develop their talents. And their dedication to mentorship and education has helped to foster the next generation of talented singers.

But Vocal Point’s impact extends beyond just their music and performances. The group is also known for their charitable work and community involvement. They have partnered with various organizations to raise funds and awareness for important causes, and they regularly participate in service projects and other activities that give back to their community.

If you are ready for a little uplifting and inspiration, be sure to catch BYU Vocal Point at Utah Tech University on January 28 at the M.K. Cox Performing Arts Center. Get your tickets now at www.utlive.org.


January 28, 2023 | 7:30 PM

COx auditorium

GENERAL PUBLIC                              $25 – $55

STUDENT RUSH                                                $10

Available online day of show