Tonight on Vocal HERspective we chat with Cassie Greene, a member of Business Casual. Even though this group isn’t a full-time endeavor, they’ve seen some incredible success- including a National Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Festival title, winning the VoiceJam Festival and earning a ticket to Vocal Asia, and two trips to the Varsity Vocals AcaOpen Finals.
Hear her unique perspective tonight on balancing a successful career and a cappella experience at 9:30 pm EST/6:30 pm PST on Acaville or the rebroadcast on Sunday at 10:30 am and pm PST!
2020 with none other than Lisa Forkish. From Divisi, to Osa Vocal Rush to HIVE and even more in between, Lisa is a champion of inclusivity in the a cappella community. Whether it be through the many years of work with the Women’s A Cappella Association, being the driving force behind WeSing, writing original music, or being a constant mentor and coach to all, Lisa’s work is bringing us all a deeper level of connection and understanding.
Tune in at 9:30 pm EST/6:30 pm PST tonight on Acaville Radio. The rebroadcasts will air Sunday at 10:30 am & pm PST and the episode will be available on all podcast platforms on Monday January 13.
If there were a poster woman for girl power, Judy Fontana Minkoff might just be it. This DC area native has taken the NYC a cappella scene by storm, leading the SingStrong Single Singers and founding the 2016 Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella Festival Champions and headliners for SoJam and Kettering National A Cappella Festival, Stiletta
Sit down with her tonight on Acaville Radio at 6:30 PST/9 pm EST on Episode 22 – or catch the rebroadcasts on Sunday, December 29! You’ll be able download on all of your podcast networks TOMORROW. Link in the Podcast Menu above or at vocalherspective.org
And, as all of the Acaville original content, we’ll be on break for the holidays and we’ll be back with Episode 23 with Lisa Forkish on January 7th!
Tonight in Episode 20, Rachael and Amanda chat with Elena Georgieva, a recent alumna of Stanford Counterpoint and now a sound engineering lecturer at Stanford, frequently working with groups on campus, both in the studio and on the stage.
Rachael and Amanda also dig into giving and taking criticism and how a healthy approach can not only benefit your a cappella group, but your life.
Tune in tonight at 6:30 pm PST/9:30 pm EST or hear the rebroadcast at 10:30 am/pm PST on Sunday.