From the opening song to the final encore, the Amateurs A cappella on April 8 stirred up a performance that proves that the group is anything but amateur at singing.
Senior musicians Mitch Frauenheim and Aalisha Jaisinghani reflect on how COVID-19 has shaped their experiences this fall.
Despite the cancellation of the Mosaic Whispers’ annual concert, the current members along with many alumni were able to work together to create a moving tribute to the group.
It is a film screening, a comedy show and so much more.
On Saturday evening, April 20, More Fools Than Wise took the stage in Holmes Lounge–quite literally, as they brought an actual stage into the event space. The show, titled ‘Words of Wisdom,’ celebrated the chamber music ensemble’s 11th year of performing and recognized the group’s graduating seniors.
A capella groups descended on the 560 Music Center Friday night. Here’s a taste of what you missed and when you can catch the Stereotypes, Pikers and others next.
It may sound daunting to put yourself out there and audition, practice or simply share your work with a new group of people. But I promise, it’s worth it—there is nothing quite like this community, and your college experience will be all the better for getting involved. But where do you start?
So Social Programming Board came out with the big announcement of our WILD headliner: the “Donald Trump” maestro himself (wait, does anyone know any other songs from him?)
Over spring break, the Mosaic Whispers, Washington University’s oldest coed a cappella group, performed at the Waterside Stage in Downtown Disney through the Disney Performing Arts program.
In the past few weeks, students have put aside their studies to showcase their singing, dancing, poetry and acting talents, and they have been rewarded with significant support from fellow students.
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