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 105 (0:28:20)
The Vocal Suspects is the oldest (and funkiest) mixed a cappella group at UMass Amherst. Founded in 1999, The Vocal Suspects have always had a reputation of blending contagious energy with adept musicality. Their arrangements are innovative and electrifying, and over the past two decades, they have continuously reshaped their sound to incorporate the new talent that is brought in each year.
Rachael sat down with the group to talk about their latest studio album, Spectrum! To listen to the album in its entirety, check it out on Spotify at https://open.spotify.com/album/7o0iiH3STLd86aMSN1FL1J or Apple Music at https://music.apple.com/us/album/spectrum/1513645858.
Episode 104 (0:10:11)
St. Croix Sound is a competitive a cappella group from Prescott High School. Rachael sat down with the group at the 2019 Port Washington Acapocalypse Festival.
Learn more about St. Croix Sound here: https://www.facebook.com/PrescottHighSchoolChoir.
Episode 103 (0:08:28)
The Jaguar Singers is a jazz and a cappella group comprised of middle school students in grades 5 - 8 from Thomas Jefferson Middle School . Rachael sat down with the group at the 2019 Port Washington Acapocalypse Festival.
Learn more about the Jaguar Singers here: https://sites.google.com/pwssd.k12.wi.us/mrsraaflaub/music-activities/jaguar-singers.