Top Line Vocal Collective "Get Lifted" Concert

Event Details

NSCU Centre for the Performing Arts

Studio Cloud 30, Vancouver’s leading artist development agency, will debut its Top Line Vocal Collective in the “Get Lifted” concert, Saturday, Sept 21st at 7:30pm at the NSCU Centre for the Performing Arts. This red carpet event will feature a diverse range of contemporary hits from popular artists such as Justin Timberlake, Lauryn Hill, Fleetwood Mac and Madonna.

Founded in February 2013, the Top Line Vocal Collective is a forty-member, community based choral ensemble comprised of some of Vancouver’s most celebrated voices. Directed by R&B/Soul recording artist Warren Dean Flandez, the Top Line Vocal Collective showcases original arrangements of contemporary and classic hits, backed by Flandez’ signature 4-piece live band.

The “Get Lifted” concert will showcase the diverse talent of the Top Line Vocal Collective through a mix of inspiring performances by the whole vocal collective and a number of smaller configurations of Top Line members. The concert will also feature special guest artists including all-female vocal group Solontra, and Variety’s Got Talent Champion Jerrica Santos. Tickets are $25 available in advance from Studio Cloud 30. For more information or to purchase tickets, please call (604) 696-1830 or email

About Top Line Vocal Collective
The Top Line Vocal Collective is a one-of-a-kind choral group, built on the foundation of harmony, rhythm, and fun. This non-denominational, community-based vocal ensemble showcases the sounds of traditional and contemporary R&B, Soul and Classic Gospel.

About Studio Cloud 30
Studio Cloud 30 is a “for-artists, by-artists” talent development hub where musicians and performers of all levels develop their talents in an environment that delivers the highest standard of current and relevant industry training. Through comprehensive vocal coaching, music lessons, acting training, performance opportunities and practical hands-on support, Studio Cloud 30 bridges the gap between music schools and major label development.



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