Tonight we chat with groups featured on Voices Only 2020 Vol. 2! Hear the interviews and the tracks from POSTYR, Business Casual, Maize Mirchi, RIT Eight Beat Measure, Highline Vocal Jazz, Profecy A Cappella, Exit 245, Distilled Harmony, and The Vassar Devils tonight at 5 pm Pacific/8 pm Eastern!
Tonight on Friday Night Live, we’re bringing back the Saturday night show from this year’s N.E. Voices featuring headliners Highline Vocal Jazz and The NYU N’Harmonics with additional performances by PNHS Northern Lights, The Thursdays, and NOTEorious!
The show kicks off at 9 pm Eastern/6 pm Pacific – FREE on acaville.org
This one is a treat for the ears AND the eyes. See them LIVE at N.E.Voices this weekend – we’ll be streaming it right here on Acaville!
Founding Harmony is coming soon and here’s the newest single from this pillar of the a cappella world.
Forte + Shams Ahmed + Plaid Productions + Justin Critchfield + Ed Boyer + Dave Sperandio + Ryan Parma = Magic. That’s how math works, right?
Anytime the vocal percussionist gets a solo, you know it’s going to be great.
This Twin Cities based group announced their new members, Mel Daneke and Virginia Cavaliere with this Beyonce classic.
There’s a reason the a cappella community loves singing and hearing covers of this Leonard Cohen song – especially when arranged and sung well.
This group should really just consider going all a cappella.
A stellar live version of Hard Place featuring first year soloist, Devon Gates.
January is a great time to put the spotlight on empowerment songs. Here’s a great medley from this San Diego quintet.
Fresh off their ICCA win, this NYU group released a studio recording of “To The Wolves” from their winning set.
We can’t help but compare this London group to Boyz II Men. Just hear for yourself.
Here’s a little George Gershwin from the jazz quintet out of New York City.
For those of us outside of Europe, Eurovision seems like a pretty magical competition. Qunita and a Half gives us a little evolution video in honor of the kick off of Eurovision 2019 in Tel-Aviv.
Proof that the Moscow Spring A Cappella Festival was a great experience even if you didn’t win anything.