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Me Me Me

A Cappella Group

Born on a Thai food fuelled Saturday night at Eavan's house in 2005, MeMeMe is an ensemble prepared for any musical outing. After singing together for years in a choir, a baroque vocal ensemble and an ill-fated Irish folk band, Genevieve, Eavan and Eleanor move seamlessly from Bulgarian folk tunes to Bluegrass to Motown hits. Performance highlights include the National Folk Festivals 2006 & 2007 and an award-winning performance at the St Albans Folk Festival last year.

Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares

A Cappella Group

LE MYSTERE DES VOIX BULGARES: "Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares" is an ensemble of a rare artistic gift and enormous popular appeal. Its story is a story of a success. Created fifty years ago, its goal was to enrich the heritage of the Bulgarian solo folk song with harmonies and arrangement that highlighted its beautiful timbres and irregular rhythms. They transform sounds into strange vocal colors as if something other than the human voice, perhaps some strange instrument is playing.

WomanSpiritRising

A Cappella Group

The mission of WomanSpiritRising,a feminist chorus, is to utilize the strength and spirit of music in songs that inspire, educate and empower women and the larger community working for freedom, justice and peace. We are a diverse group of women. We come from many walks of life, representing varied interests, and our ages span at least three generations. We are united in a common spirit and energy. Our music is as varied as our membership. We sing songs of the Civil Right's movement, spirituals, folk, contemporary and original compositions.

None of the Above

Celebrating 10+ years of music-making and camaraderie, None of the Above (NOTA) is an a cappella octet performing an eclectic mix of early polyphony,

Celebrating 10+ years of music-making and camaraderie, None of the Above (NOTA) is an a cappella octet performing an eclectic mix of early polyphony, cutting-edge modern harmony, familiar folk song

The Latonics

A Cappella Group

The Latonics, comprised of 15 singers selected from the Glee Club, perform more challenging a cappella music.