"Expect the Great will include a wide array of inspirational repertoire, including a few original pieces by McElroy," press notes state.
Some proceeds from the concert go to BIV's Educational Outreach Program, in which members participate in outreach programs to provide music to children in need.
Broadway Inspirational Voices was originally founded by McElroy in 1994 as the Broadway Gospel Choir and in 1999 was reincarnated to its current form. In addition to numerous concerts, the group has performed on "The Rosie O’Donnell Christmas Special," Broadway Sings Elton John, The Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation Benefit, and The 2000 Tony Awards. The Broadway Inspirational Voices second album "Great Joy: A Gospel Christmas" was released on Sh-K-Boom Records in 2003 and received a Grammy Award nomination.