In a powerful crescendo of accomplishment over the past several years, classical crossover vocal group Veritas found themselves in some tremendous places, from belting out their signature power harmonies on the Carnegie Hall stage to crooning cruisers in the middle of the Caribbean, to their symphonic debut with the highly acclaimed Miami Symphony.
Since coming together in 2012, the sound of Veritas has captured not only the ears but the hearts of listeners across the globe. With backgrounds in opera, musical theater, rock, gospel, and pop, the five voices join together to create the “wall of sound” for which they have become known. From symphonies to theaters, churches and civic events, audiences of every distinction attend Veritas concerts to experience a musical journey unlike any other.
With repertoire like broadway’s “Bring Him Home” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, to original fan favorites like “Unforgettable” and “Hope Survives”, to pop hits like Bob Dylan’s “To Make you Feel My Love” and John Legend’s “If You’re Out There”, to original settings of classical favorites, patriotic standards, and classic hymns, Veritas offers highly artistic arrangements which are sure to capture the hearts of every listener.
Currently, the group is touring their Sophomore album, Hope Survives, which was born out of hearing their fans share their stories, their challenges, and most of all their hopes. “We get so many messages from people on social media, and lots of emails telling us how they were going through a horrible time, and our music helped them get through it. It gave them hope.” Lawrence said. “The first record was our sound. This one is our heart.”