Douglassville, PA, UNITED STATES
F4R organized in Spring 2012 combining well over 100 years of a cappella, barbershop, classical, doo wop, musical theatre, and sacred performance experience. All members of the Barbershop Harmony Society, they represent chapter's in Bryn-Mawr, Harrisburg, Reading, PA., and Hamilton, Princeton, NJ. Both an active competition and show quartet, F4R are currently the BHS 2014 International Senior Quartet Champions. In addition to numerous private and Barbershop Harmony and Sweet Adeline concerts, conventions, events, and shows, they have also performed as representatives of the...
Tulsa, OK, UNITED STATES
The Vision –
A performing chorus exhibiting excellence in singing, staging and producing a compelling stage act with a special focus on motivating young men to keep singing and performing.
The Mission –
While focusing on the vision, the organization will constantly strive to give the singer/performer an experience very different from the typical chorus model, with more variety, a much higher level of organization, a progressive team-oriented culture, and a higher level of efficiency leading to a much higher quality product. The result will have a positive impact on the lives of all...
Princeton, NJ, UNITED STATES
Founded by a group of fun-loving, charismatic, and talented young men in 1959, the Princeton Footnotes have been providing fresh all-male a cappella to Princeton University and far beyond for more than half a century. What exactly is "fresh all-male a cappella," you ask? It is an energy within our group performance that encompasses our passion, joy, and talent, producing a musical experience that is guaranteed to be enjoyable. Ever since the beginning of this storied group, the members of the Footnotes have been arranging and performing their own music; building an expansive...
Contemporary, South Asian
Dallas, TX, UNITED STATES
Dhunki, the premier South Asian a cappella ensemble in the Dallas/Fort Worth area was started in July 2013 at The University of Texas at Dallas. In Hindi, ‘Dhunki’ means ‘spellbound.’ The name also contains the Hindi word ‘Dhun,’ which means ‘tune’ or ‘melody.’ This Hindi name symbolizes this group’s focus on the areas of South Asian music and culture. Our goal is to spread our culture throughout the community by the means of a unique style of music in which Eastern and Western themes collide in carefully arranged mashups. For more information, find us on...