a cappella

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sung without instrumental accompaniment

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This program is a journey into the human heart seen through two lenses: first, the choral music that the ensemble sings, and second, the relationship of the two actors, whose script has them looking back on their relationship over many years," said Jonathan Miller, founder and artistic director at Chicago a cappella.
And I believe that the people are ready for what we do; for pure vocalists on the radio,' said member Trace Gaynor, who pointed out that the Pentatonix-another American a cappella act
Following up on their most recent national title at the National a Cappella Convention in Memphis, TN on April 22, 2016 and their 4th national title in the 5 years of their existence, the album release of "11" contains 11 original songs written and performed by Vocal Rush members from the Oakland School for the Arts.
Other recent highlights include a tour across America and Asia, with performances at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella final in New York and the Hong Kong International A Cappella Festival.
oFF patisserie in horns for " Originally used in religious circles, a cappella (Italian for "in the manner of the chapel") is music performed by a group or solo singer without an instrumental accompaniment.
Members of the university's three a cappella groups - Divisi (women), On the Rocks (men) and Mind the Gap (coed) - taught the basics of a cappella, provided information about college-level singing, practiced group and individual songs, and, at the end of the day, included the students in part of Mind the Gap and Divisi's performance.
squared, an a cappella group led by 2010 Westboro High School graduate Jacob Reske, is one of six a cappella groups from across the country that will compete on the two-hour special of "The Sing-Off,'' airing on NBC at 8 p.
A cappella has really come into its own, not just as a form of music that is kind of fun in college, but as its own art form," says Julian Horowitz, a member of the Maccabeats, a Jewish a cappella group that began in Yeshiva University but has since gone professional.
CARA, the Contemporary A cappella Recording Awards, reward the best musicians of the industry who use their voice as their only instrument.
LIVERPOOL hosts a three-day celebration of a cappella singing next month.
The Voices Festival of a cappella singing, produced by Sense of Sound, will also include a national conference for singing and health, an a cappella concert featuring The Sense of Sound Singers and Connie Lush celebrating the music of Joni Mitchell at the Black-E on Friday, March 16 and a day of a cappella performances from 15 of the region's choirs on Saturday March 17.
THE Magnets are currently wowing audiences at the Edinburgh Festival, and will soon be bringing their a cappella style to the North East next month.
It's opened a lot of people's eyes to what a cappella is and put a cappella a little more on the map.
Asani, the contemporary a cappella Aboriginal women's trio, was part of the a cappella Northern Harmony festival, held in Edmonton last month.
PALMDALE - Boston-based a cappella vocal group Ball in the House takes the stage Feb.