Host Rachael Schoenbaum interviews a cappella groups from all over the world about how they got started, where they are going, and to give you a sense of their style and personality so that you can learn more about the people producing the music you already love!
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Episode 61 (0:16:32)
Note-oriety is James Madison University's premiere all-female a cappella group. We were honored to sit down with member Dani Rye in mid-December 2019 to talk about where the group is at these days and where they are going.
Learn more about the group here: https://www.facebook.com/jmunoteoriety.
Episode 60 (0:06:37)
We had the pleasure of chatting with local Kansas City jazz ensemble, Nightshade, an off-shoot of The Songflower Chorale, at the m-pact festival in Kansas City in November 2019.
Learn more about the chorale here: http://www.songflower.org/.
Episode 59 (0:09:20)
John Stafford is an associate professor of music and director of choral activities at Kansas City Community College. He helped put on the first annual m-pact festival in Kansas City in November 2019 and we caught up with him there.
Learn more about John here: https://www.kckcc.edu/academics/programs-and-departments/music/choral-vocal-jazz/choral-and-vocal-jazz-director.html.