Harry Potter Frog Choir!

Hey guys!

As many of you already know, I am a some-time member of the Frog Choir at Universal’s Wizarding World of Harry Potter.  The Frog Choir is a 4-part vocal ensemble featuring vocal percussion and two adorable singing frogs!

The original idea came from a short scene in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban that features a full choir of Hogwarts students and several frogs.  This new version features full songs found on the soundtracks of the films, as well as new music inspired sounds from the Harry Potter movies.  Come and check me out in the afternoon on Opening Day, June 18!

Here’s a sample video from YouTube.  I’m not in this one, but use your imagination:


About hezaire

I am a Singer/Actor who enjoys writing about music, food, and fashion. View all posts by hezaire

4 responses to “Harry Potter Frog Choir!

  • Brooke Evans

    I’ve been searching and searching, but I have NO idea how to audition for this group. PLEASE help me if you can! Thank you.

    • hezaire

      hi, brooke! not sure if there are any upcoming auditions, but if you have a website with clips i can forward that on to the creative team. have a great day and thanks for stopping by : )

      • Brooke Evans

        I know I haven’t responded in a while, but just know that I am working on getting a site up with me singing a few different covers! Thanks so much for the help!

  • Margie Smyth

    Hello, So is there a site we can go to, to actually get to know all the members of the choir? They always get whisked away after their performance… You guys are all Amazing!!!

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