Washington Performing Arts Society: Vicus Visser
- Sun., Feb. 10, 2013, 5:00 PM
- Family Theater
- 1 hour
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In 2010, a YouTube video of a ten-year-old boy, singing "These Arms" by All-4-One, appeared on the Internet. Hundreds of thousands of people viewed the video with predictions that he would become the next Michael Jackson. Rumor had it that the boy, known only as Vicus, was from Africa's Eastern Cape. And so began an extensive search, with international record executives heading to South Africa in pursuit of this extraordinary boy.
Now 17, Vicus Visser is completing his schooling in Johannesburg and pursuing a music career alongside his brother, Vincent. Don't miss the U.S. debut of this amazing young artist as he takes the world by storm. This performance is made possible through the generous support of the Embassy of South Africa and Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool.
Performance Timing: One hour
This is a FREE event, and tickets are required. Tickets are available through WPAS only. Call WPAS Ticket Services at (202) 785-9727 to reserve your seats.