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Amy Fogerson SoCal Ambassador Report

Happy New Year!  I hope your holidays were healthy and happy.  Those of you who have your email on AOL may not have received the last update (I got notices from AOL saying all your addresses were unavailable).  If you'd like a copy of the mid-December update, please email me and I'll send it right out. Here's what's going on now:

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Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes Seeks Participants

{mosimage}The 17th annual Rocky Mountain Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Festival is scheduled for Denver, CO on March 18, 2006 at Ranum Auditorium. Tickets to the program are available at www.ticktweb.com (search harmony sweepstakes). However, vocal groups who wish to be considered for the festival by our audition panel must submit their applications not later than January 17, 2006. The Rocky Mountain Regional Competition is one of eight contemporary a cappella contests across North America, from which the winners are flown to San Francisco for the May 6 International Finals. For information on the regional competition nearest you, go to www.harmony-sweepstakes.com.

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Recording VP? You’ll Be Sorry You Asked!

Eric asked in the VP Forum:

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SoCal Ambassador Report / December 05

CONCERTS Friday December 9 Rockapella at Beckman Auditorium, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena. 8:00 p.m., doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $32, 28, 24 and 10 for 17 years and under. Tickets can be purchased through the box office at 626-395-4652 or 888-222-5832. For more information, visit http://events.caltech.edu/events/event-2446.html Saturday December 10 Pacific Sound Chorus at the Unitarian Society Sanctuary, Arrellaga & Santa Barbara Streets, Santa Barbara. 3:00 p.m. Tickets are $15 for regular seats and discounted to $12 for seniors 65+ and children 12 and under. Tickets are available at the door or by calling 800-353-1632.

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Creating and Sustaining Inner-Group Harmony

Not long ago, the following question was posted to the a cappella internet newsgroup (rec.music.a-cappella): “Has there ever been a band that was not dysfunctional in the working together / interpersonal sense?” If you’ve ever watched VH1’s “Behind the Music” or read a pop music biography, I’m sure you’ll share the same fear. One of our culture’s mythologies is that musicians live in a retarded adolescence without the ability to act as adults, resulting in the ever-looming acrimonious breakup. Oh, the famous lead such soap opera lives!