The Filharmonic Brought the House Down at UNT!

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DENTON -- Different in culture and sound, The Filharmonic sets a diverse tone in the music industry. You might've heard them on NBC's The Sing-Off or the movie Pitch Perfect 2. Whatever stage their talent takes them to, the six-man group will always rep their homeland.

"We are all Fil-Am first generation and our main goal is to promote Filipino culture and talent," member Trace Gaynor told NewsFix.

The deeply rooted Acapella group is currently on the road with a college bound tour. NewsFix caught up with crew during their stop at the University of North Texas.

Singing isn't the group's only talent. Mentoring also strikes a chord with them. They gave a few tips to UNT's Green Tones, the school's contemporary collegiate Acapella group.

"The Filharmonic has been all over the world doing what they do," President of Green Tones, Mark Swandt, explained. "It's cool to watch them and learn what we can and also take what we learn and bring it to competition."

There's nothing like learning from one of the best in the game. If you ask us, The Filharmonic is pitch perfect in more ways than one.

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