Tonight on Talkappella, Brian and Elicia chat talk the UK a cappella scene, Edinburgh Fringe, and diversity with Georgia Blessit, an alum of Aquapella. Tune in at 8 pm Eastern/5 pm Pacific!
Just a couple of new videos out this week, but what we’re lacking in quantity certainly isn’t affecting the quality!
Is there anything better than the comfort of your hometown dive bar? Everyone needs a low-key, familiar place to unwind sometimes. Home Free capture that in their latest original song, the first single of their upcoming album which is now available for pre-sale.
Don’t have time to watch a full show? Well, catch the 5-minute version of Newsies here:
The 2019 UK ICCA Champions traveled across the Atlantic to compete on Broadway last month. If you didn’t get to see their set, now you can:
On April 27, a brand new ICCA Champion will be named at the Playstation Theatre in New York City.
Each of this year’s groups brings a different set of talents and strengths – which group will rise to the top? Will the ScatterTones or The Originals finally outdo their previous 2nd place finishes? Will longtime strong competitors like The Trills, the N’Harmonics, and The G-Men learn from their past attempts? Or will a newcomer surpass them all?
Seats in the theater are sold out, but there is a livestream and we’ll be sure to bring you a full recap!
Here’s a sneak peek at this year’s finalists:
Aquapella – UK Champion
University of Bath, Bath, UK
BisCaydence – South Champion
University of Miami, Miami, FL
The G-Men – Great Lakes Champion
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
HardChord DynaMix – Southwest Champion
Texas A&M, College Station, TX
N’Harmonics – Northeast Champions
New York University, New York City, NY
The Originals – Central Champions
Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA
Pitch, Please – Wildcard
Northeastern University, Boston, MA
ScatterTones – West Champions
University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Sedoctave – Midwest Champion
Ball State University, Muncie, IN
The Trills – Mid-Atlantic Champions
Towson University, Towson, MD