Everyone loves a good Christmas concert, and this one had a big surprise at the end. The conductor grabs the microphone and says, “There was a quartet bus right on Herbie Street. right this way. And these four people want to sing. Do they need to sing?” People laugh and say “yes.”

Green and blue light-up snowflakes hang from the top of the stage, and in the middle is a huge Christmas tree with adult choir members sitting on each deck.

Four young boys, about 10 years old, make up the quartet. The young performers come out wearing white button-up shirts and dark red ties. When the music starts, the boys all open their mouths at the same time, but they all sound like grown men. Everyone in the crowd laughs because they all know it’s just lip-syncing to men singing on a recording.

The boys put on a show, which gets people’s attention. The bass singer stands alone and sings the solo for each verse, while the other three boys stand together and sing backup parts. He is singing some low notes that are very loud.

Each soloist played their part by raising their hands, pointing to the sky, snapping their fingers, and even bopping around a bit to make the crowd laugh even more. During the tight harmony parts, they would also lean into each other like a barbershop quartet.

In the middle of the song, the words talk about Christmas bells, so the boys sing “Ding-a-ling” and make movements like they are ringing a bell. The audience laughs the whole time because of their big smiles and great physical comedy.

At the end of the song, the boy with the bass voice sings his last word very softly, as if he had passed out and fallen to the stage floor. The others sing “Ding-a-ling” with the bell motion one more time, and the crowd cheers very loudly.