See Tonic Sol-fa for their monthly residency, as they bring back their spectacular music and stage presence to The Zephyr Theatre. Enjoy an eclectic set-list, and for an extra-special treat, witness a song in its creative process! The group has agreed to demonstrate the formulation of a new(ish) song in action. If you’ve ever been interested in (or just a bit curious) how a song comes together, this is your chance to see the nuts and bolts of the progression.
THIS PERFORMANCE HAS BEEN POSTPONED
The re-scheduled date will be announced soon
Date: Saturday, June 13, 2020
Time: 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm
Exclusive Opportunity – 20 VIP Tickets offered at $45 each
VIP Tickets include
6:00 Meet and Greet with Tonic Sol-fa
7:00 performance tickets
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Tonic Sol-FaTonic Sol-fa is a ground-breaking a cappella ensemble from Minnesota, in constant development since their formation two decades ago. TSF stands as one of the leading forces in the world of vocal music with Emmy Award winning arrangements and multi-million selling compositions.
The guys have released 15+ albums and have sold over 2,000,000 copies.
Tonic Sol-fa independently produces an annual, sold-out holiday tour in the Midwest as well as spring and summer concert tours throughout the U.S.
National appearances include: Newsweek, Country Weekly and MediaStyle magazines, NBC’s Today Show, Steve & DC (nationally syndicated radio show) and many others.
Corporate sponsorships have been forged with Blue Bunny, Bose, Schwan’s Foods, General Mills, Tastefully Simple, Herberger’s and the Wenger Corporation.
Tonic Sol-fa has 3 PBS television specials, “Christmas,” “If I Can Dream,” and “Greatest Time of Year.”
Tonic Sol-fa won it’s first Emmy in the “Musical Composition/Arrangement” category for a song performed in a Toys for Tots PSA (Public Service Announcement).
TSF recently won two Independent Grammys for Best Original Holiday Song and Best Pop Song out of 650,000 entries worldwide.
Philanthropic efforts include: collaborations with Be the Match foundation and the American Heart Association’s “Go Red for Women” effort, contributions to breast cancer research for every pre-ordered copy of “Boston to Beijing,” radio drive appearances for Gillette Children’s Hospital, Music in the Schools Fundraisers and Master Classes, American Red Cross Disaster Relief and numerous other charities as noted on PlasticSanta.org, the non-profit arm of Tonic Sol-fa.
Tonic Sol-fa has shared the stage with Jay Leno, Jeff Foxworthy, Lonestar, Montgomery Gentry, Shawn Colvin, Weird Al Yankovic, Bryan White, Neal McCoy, Nestor Torres, Bobcat Goldthwait and Jerry Springer among others.
Tonic Sol-fa’s original songs, arrangements and albums have won numerous contemporary a cappella awards for best pop album, gospel song and Christmas original, have been featured on television and in movies and have garnered numerous positive national reviews.
TSF’s original holiday song “Sno” is featured on the “12 Dogs of Christmas” (the most popular Christmas video sold at Wal-Mart).
Tonic Sol-fa has entertained at hundreds of national corporate events including: Jostens, Tastefully Simple, Thrivent Financial, LifeTouch, 3M, Wal-Mart, Buick, Medtronic, and General Mills.
The guys have performed the Star Spangled Banner for national Republican and Democratic events, former presidents, the Minnesota Twins, the Chicago Bears, the NY Mets, the National 4th of July Celebration at Mount Rushmore, the Minnesota Timberwolves, Minnesota Lynx and the Saint Paul Saints to name a few.
They were voted NACA’s (National Association for Campus Activities) Contemporary Artist of the Year and have been nominated multiple times for NACA’s Entertainer of the Year (most popular group in America on the college circuit).
TSF was inducted into the Midwest Music Hall of Fame and the MN Music Hall of Fame alongside Prince and Jimmy Jam/Terry Lewis.
Tonic Sol-fa was voted by Campus Activities Magazine as “One of the top five ‘MUST SEE’ groups in America.
”The New York Times described Tonic Sol-fa’s sound as “A vocal kaleidoscope…unique to the human voice.”