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Add YOUR arrangements to the CASA.org Arrangement Library!

The Contemporary A Cappella Society is seeking pdfs of arrangements of original and Public Domain songs for donation to the CASA Arrangement Library! featureimage: 

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The Fraternity of A Cappella

Recently, I was reading a bunch of the latest articles on CASA.org and was struck by the similarity in tone and content to another organization I am a part of: my fraternity.

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All in the Family – Alumni Strengthen the Program

There's no question that alumni can strengthen any program with their support. Most often, we think of alums as willing donors or as easy ticket sales for homecoming concerts. Alumni can add much, much more to your program if you cultivate relationships. Here's what we have found:

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Are We Professional?

A friend of mine recently asked me whether or not I thought he should advertise his singing group as a “professional a cappella group.”  Seems like a pretty normal question, right?  After all, everyone wants to know how they stack up these days in the music scene.  Being a “professional” means you make the big bucks, that people respect you, and that the opposite sex finds you irresistible.  The only trouble is, this friend of mine is still in high school!  The oldest member of his group is less than 20 years old.  It’s official; the world of a cappella has got