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School or Affiliation: Emory
Atlanta, GA

AHANA A Cappella

AHANA = African, Hispanic, Asian, and Native AmericanBiographyFounded in 2003 by Will Corbin and Jasmine McGinnis, AHANA is Emory's only soulful/R&B a cappella group. Since then, we have been performing frequently at both on and off campus venues, such as Emory's annual founders' dinner and a world-class concert hall, Spivey Hall. In Fall 2010, AHANA also performed with Janelle Monae in her debut performance of "BaBopBaYa".
We have two albums out for sale: "Soulful..", released in 2006, and "Off the Record", released in 2009. Please contact Katherine Willcox at katherine.willcox@emory.edu for purchasing details!DescriptionAHANA a cappella is a proud member of the Emory University multicultural community by contributing, to the university, vibrant and smooth sounds of soul and R&B.

Our current executive boards includes:

Hanna Kim - President, Musical Director
Donae Fourth - Assistant Musical Director
Arista Ware - Business Manager
Vishal Jain - Treasurer
Katherine Willcox - Public Relations Artists We Also LikeJamie Bendell, Aural Pleasure, Dooley Noted, The Gathering, No Strings Attached, ChaiTunes


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