Vocal artist Tonic Sol-fa, a Grammy and Emmy award-winning quartet, will perform at Wartburg College Saturday, Sept. 24.

Described by the New York Times as “a vocal kaleidoscope … unique to the human voice,” Tonic Sol-fa has produced eight CDs with two million copies sold during the past 12 years. It performs original songs — pop, gospel and a cappella — during 150 concerts annually. The St. Cloud, Minn. group will perform at 8 p.m. in Neumann Auditorium. 

Tonic Sol-fa, which has been inducted into the Midwest Music Hall of Fame, has won independent Grammys for best original holiday song and best pop song and an Emmy for best musical composition for a public service announcement. Campus Activities magazine calls it “one of the top five ‘must-see’ groups in America.”

Tonic Sol-fa has recorded three PBS television specials, sung the national anthem at both national Democratic and Republican gatherings as well as numerous sports venues and shared the staged with the likes of Jay Leno, Garrison Keillor, Jeff Foxworthy and Weird Al Yankovic.

Tickets are $7 for the public and can be purchased at the ticket office in Saemann Student Center, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., or by calling 319-352-8691 or 800 772-2085, ext. 8691.

The concert is being promoted by the Wartburg student organization Entertainment ToKnight.