A Cappella Group Of Women Performs An Awe-Inspiring Version Of “Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone)”

Brigham Young University’s a cappella group, Noteworthy, is the female counterpart to the men’s a cappella group, Vocal Point. The group consists of nine women, all of whom are students at the university in Provo, Utah.

Noteworthy was founded in 2003 by Esther Yoder, a student at BYU. Yoder consulted with the co-founder of Vocal Point, and its director at the time, to help put together the university’s first female a cappella chorus.

Since its founding, Noteworthy has competed in numerous a cappella competitions, including “The Sing-Off” in 2009.

For this video, the group performs an awe-inspiring rendition of Chris Tomlin’s “Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone).”

This is about as close it gets to hearing a choir of angels!


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