The three-time Grammy winning Pentatonix is providing a special livestream performance for anyone who can't see the group on tour or wants to see them again on TV at home.

Pentatonix presents "The Evergreen Experience" — a worldwide digital performance featuring songs from their latest album Evergreen, many of their holiday favorites, and a special instrumental set.

The a capella group from Arlington, Texas, includes four original members who formed the group in 2011: tenor Mitch Grassi, baritone Scott Hoying, mezzo soprano Kirstin Maldonado, and cellist, vocal percussionist and vocalist Kevin K.O. Olusola. Matt Sallee joined the group in 2017 to replace Avi Kaplan's contrabass vocals.

Maldonado, Grassi, and Hoying began singing together at Martin High School in Arlington, performing their own version of the Lady Gaga song "Telephone" featuring Beyoncé.

The group's popular arrangements feature cover versions of pop songs and holiday music with medleys and harmonies, basslines, riffs, vocal percussion, and beatboxing. Pentatonix has produced 11 albums and sold more than 6.5 million copies.

Pentatonix derives their name from the Pentatonic music scale with five notes that represent the group's five members.

The group performs two livestream shows on Sunday, December 19, at 6:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Visit for information and tickets.

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