a cappella

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sung without instrumental accompaniment

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Founded in 1993 by talented composer, cantor, conductor, and producer Jonathan Miller, Chicago a cappella is a vocal ensemble known for its fun and innovative concerts.
It became a good tradition for this great a cappella ensemble to delight its audience with an annual Holiday concert series.
Artistic Director Jonathan Miller notes, "Every December, Chicago a cappella offers an alternative to what people are likely to hear in malls, on elevators, and on the radio.
The UO men's group On the Rocks was the first a cappella ensemble formed at the University of Oregon, and Divisi soon followed.
Divisi was not afraid to break new ground, and its performance at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella in New York City was almost legendary, according to "Pitch Perfect.