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Executive Producer: Alexander Koutzoukis

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Boston Sings [BOSS], having followed in the footsteps and success of SoJam, LAAF, SMACC, and the East Coast A Cappella Summit of yore, has established itself as the next revolution in a cappella festivals. Taking place in and around the city of Boston in April -- an area already packed with hundreds of groups, from high school to college to professional -- BOSS is a three-day event featuring everything you've come to expect from an a cappella festival and more: an innovative spin on the collegiate competition on Friday, a black tie/red carpet shindig with the exclusive LIVE presentation and announcement of the Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards on Saturday, followed by the pro concert, plus two days of workshops.

To stay up-to-date with all BOSS happenings, be sure to like Boston Sings on Facebook, follow @BOSSaca on Twitter, and head over to bostonsings.com to for all the details and future rumblings!

About the producer:
Alexander Koutzoukis is co-owner (and producer, and engineer…) of Plaid Productions, a full-service a cappella production studio based in Boston, along with Alex Green. While attending Tufts University for computer science, he spent five years in the Beelzebubs, for two of which he was Music Director. He got his start in the field of a cappella production while working closely with Ed Boyer and Bill Hare on two award-winning Bubs albums (Pandaemonium and Play The Game) and continued along that path to help record and edit the most recent, BATTLE, as well as about half of the Warblers tracks from Season 2 of Glee. He won a 2010 Best Male Collegiate Arrangement CARA for his arrangement of “All The Love In The World,” a 2012 CARA runner-up in the same category for “Kings and Queens,” and was also runner-up for Favorite Vocal Percussionist in the 2010 ACAs (which, coincidentally, was right after he had competed with the Bubs on the first season of the Sing-Off, where they were the runners-up).

Alexander is co-owner (and producer, and engineer…) of Plaid Productions, a full-service a cappella production studio based in Boston, along with Alex Green. While attending Tufts University for computer science, he spent five years in the Beelzebubs, for two of which he was Music Director. He got his start in the field of a cappella production while working closely with Ed Boyer and Bill Hare on two award-winning Bubs albums (Pandaemonium and Play The Game) and continued along that path to help record and edit the most recent, BATTLE, as well as about half of the Warblers tracks from Season 2 of Glee. He won a 2010 Best Male Collegiate Arrangement CARA for his arrangement of “All The Love In The World,” a 2012 CARA runner-up in the same category for “Kings and Queens,” and was also runner-up for Favorite Vocal Percussionist in the 2010 ACAs (which, coincidentally, was right after he had competed with the Bubs on the first season of the Sing-Off, where they were the runners-up). - See more at: http://la-af.com/about-laaf/workshops/#instructors
Alexander is co-owner (and producer, and engineer…) of Plaid Productions, a full-service a cappella production studio based in Boston, along with Alex Green. While attending Tufts University for computer science, he spent five years in the Beelzebubs, for two of which he was Music Director. He got his start in the field of a cappella production while working closely with Ed Boyer and Bill Hare on two award-winning Bubs albums (Pandaemonium and Play The Game) and continued along that path to help record and edit the most recent, BATTLE, as well as about half of the Warblers tracks from Season 2 of Glee. He won a 2010 Best Male Collegiate Arrangement CARA for his arrangement of “All The Love In The World,” a 2012 CARA runner-up in the same category for “Kings and Queens,” and was also runner-up for Favorite Vocal Percussionist in the 2010 ACAs (which, coincidentally, was right after he had competed with the Bubs on the first season of the Sing-Off, where they were the runners-up). - See more at: http://la-af.com/about-laaf/workshops/#instructor

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