"Dear Deke,I would really like to break into the music business, perhaps writing music for television and film, or theater. How can I do that?"Dear Reader,
We all know them so well. The nit-pickers. Traditionalists. Keepers of principles. Fearless defenders of whatever dogma is out there in (vocal) music.
Your group is preparing for your next performance, and I'll bet you're spending most if not all of your time learning and perfecting the notes on the page.
Saturday, August 2nd marked the annual Hyannis Sound alumni reunion concert in Barnstable, MA.
This summer marks the 20 year anniversary of the inception of the Hyannis Sound.
With so many sonic perspectives occupying the same space, a compilation album can face challenges to represent a unified front.
This post was inspired by an interview I did with Kasper Ramström, singer and beatboxer with Finnish cult group
People often ask what they can do to perfect their arranging style. Are they using the right kind of chords? Should they consider other syllable sounds?
All things must end: the awful winter, the scholastic a cappella season, and the Johnny Manziel speculation.
Moments before they were scheduled to start singing at an impromptu memorial vigil outside the Jewish Museum of Belgium, the 13 members of Yale University’s Jewish a cappella group were still unsur
CASA and RARB have joined forces to bring you a unified a cappella forum.
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There’s no need to learn the hard way! From conceptualization through your first performance, we can tell you the best way to find members, run auditions, structure your group, build a quick repertoire, and start performing.