Home"The Sing-Off" Season 2 Group Profile: Berklee College of Music's Pitch Slapped

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"The Sing-Off" season two begins Monday, December 6 on NBC. Ten amazing groups will compete for a Sony recording contract and cash prizes. We'll be featuring profiles of each group leading up to the debut, and during the show's run, we'll have a review of each episode. Have an opinion on any of the groups, or the show? Comment on any article or our forum

What do you get when the collegiate a cappella movement hits one of the most prestigious hotbeds of musical talent in the states?  The answer is Pitch Slapped, a coed group hailing from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.  Founded in 2006, this relatively young group has already made waves in the a cappella community and was the 1st runner up in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella of 2010.  Pitch Slapped marries its musical dexterity with a clear and brightly blended tone, deftly tackling diverse genres of music and musicians from the Beatles to Rihanna.  This group is certainly one to watch out for; to learn more about Pitch Slapped, visit their website at www.pitchslappedacappella.com, stay tuned for the premiere of NBC’s "The Sing-Off" on December 6th, and catch their rendition of “Joy to the World” which opens “The Sing-Off: Harmonies for the Holidays”.


"The Sing-Off" Season 2 Group Profiles: http://www.casa.org/content/sing-season-2-group-profiles

About the author:
Ryan Grajo began fostering his musical reputation on the hallowed grounds of Camp Chai, where he became known as "that kid who won't stop singing."  Since those tender days, Ryan went on to pursue his fascination with the human voice at the University of Central Florida, where he currently music directs the Crescendudes. Ryan spent the summer of 2010 interning with the Boston-based a cappella group Overboard.