America's Got Talent Finalists to Perform at Cotuit Center for the Arts

August 16th - One member is a Hyannis Sound alum...
The Sons of Serendip, America's Got Talent finalists, will perform this Thursday at the Cotuit Center for the Arts (Courtesy of the artists)

Boston's own Billboard charting quartet and America's Got Talent finalists, Sons of Serendip, will perform at the Cotuit Center for the Arts on August 16th at 8:00 p.m.

Sons of Serendip (SOS) were finalists on Season 9 of America's Got Talent, and the quartet has been doing extremely well since the show, performing twice with the Boston Pops (ABC), performing at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards (FXX), performing on the first ever America's Got Talent Holiday Spectacular (NBC), and touring the USA and abroad. 

For tickets, please visit https://ci.ovationtix.com/31005/production/992747?performanceId=10289881

One member of the group, Micah Christian, is an alumnus of The Hyannis Sound.  Reflecting on his time on Cape Cod, Micah told Cape Cod Today

"During my college years, I spent 5 (2003-2007) incredible summers living and performing on Cape Cod with Hyannis Sound. Those were important summers for me as an artist. We were performing almost every night, so this was where I developed a deep passion for connecting with audiences through music and storytelling. I grew a lot during those summers, so the Cape holds a very special place in my heart. 

Now, I'm excited to have this opportunity for Sons of Serendip to share our music with Cape Cod... it'll feel like a homecoming!"

See the video below to learn more about these dynamic young artists.


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