College Singers Elevate Josh Groban’s Hit to New Heights with Acapella Mastery

BYU’s Vocal Point has reimagined Josh Groban’s 2003 hit, “You Raise Me Up,” with their acapella rendition, adding new depth and emotion. Founded in 1991 by Dave Boyce and Bob Ahlander, this nine-member group quickly became a campus favorite and earned national recognition, including a fifth-place finish on NBC’s “The Sing-Off” and a record deal with Decca Gold.

Their music video, set against scenic mountains and valleys, starts with a clear solo voice, soon joined by harmonious layers and impressive vocal percussive sounds. The serene backdrop enhances the immersive experience, demonstrating music’s power to touch the soul.

Vocal Point’s unique harmonies and innovative arrangement make their rendition refreshingly original. The finale, featuring a choir of students, creates a powerful conclusion. This version of “You Raise Me Up” by BYU Vocal Point is bound to become a favorite. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this uplifting performance.