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Recording Review: “Keepin’ it Low Key" by UNC's Tar Heel Voices

Posted on:07/15/2012 - 15:43 by db1bulldog

With Keepin’ it Low Key, the Tar Heel Voices offer a simple case of truth in advertising.

An Interview With Michael Meyer of Durham Academy's XIV Hours

Posted on:07/01/2012 - 14:32 by bspaldin

One of the best parts about working with CASA is getting the chance to talk to all of the high school directors out there.

An Interview With Matt Woodward and Caitlyn Griffith (MacArthur PFC)

Posted on:05/31/2012 - 16:01 by bspaldin

One of my most recent High School Blogs talked about the Top Ten High School groups in the country.&nbs

An Interview With Brody McDonald About His (Upcoming) Book

Posted on:05/19/2012 - 13:59 by bspaldin

One of my biggest goals when writing blogs for CASA is to help people get ideas and excitement for contemporary a cappella out to the masses.

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Voices In Your Head: The Bosses of BOSS

Posted on:05/10/2012 - 21:37 by Amy Malkoff

April 13, 2012 marked a few important occasions: the first night of the very first BOSS (Boston Sings) festival, the first

Interview: Detroit Voice

Posted on:04/24/2012 - 10:25 by bspaldin

I’ve had the pleasure of hearing many fantastic groups over the past few years in the a cappella world and Detroit Voice (MI) is definitely one of them.

Sound for High School A Cappella Groups

Posted on:04/20/2012 - 11:45 by bspaldin

One of my biggest concerns when I first started getting into contemporary a cappella at the high school level was how to best utilize sound.

The Top 10 High School A Cappella Groups in the Country, 2012

Posted on:03/30/2012 - 14:52 by bspaldin

March Madness has begun! And no, I’m not talking about college basketball. I will tell you that I’m a huge college basketball fan and I went to the University of Kentucky.

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VoCAL Nation Launches Website, Lineup For 2012 Event

Posted on:03/26/2012 - 21:06 by acornaglia

A year ago this weekend, CASA officially launched the fir