Despite the rain, The Stereotypes’ concert displayed the spirit and resilience of WashU a cappella.
With a streamlined auditions process and more bonding between groups, Washington University a cappella is gearing up for the new semester.
The Parent & Family Weekend a cappella showcase, Voices & Sounds, was a grand affair. But what really shaped the atmosphere of Voices & Sounds were the a cappella performances themselves.
The competition brought a cappella groups from colleges across the St. Louis and greater Midwest region for a night of a cappella performances.
There’s a lot more that goes into preparation than singing. Reserving Graham Chapel, taking photos, making flyers, selling tickets and working with sound and lighting specialists are all components that go into the preparation process.
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.
The Stereotypes are bringing their voices to the Big Apple as the Midwest’s top a cappella group. The all-male group took first place out of eight competitors in the Midwest semifinal of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA), which was held Saturday night in Edison Theatre.
Whether it’s the Nice Jewish Boy, the Southern Gentleman, That Guy or any other stereotype, the all-male a cappella group the Stereotypes has been consistently wowing crowds at Washington University since 2001.
For the fifth year in a row, Washington University’s a capella groups are joining forces for a good cause. This year’s Rhythms for Rebuilding charity concert will be held on Thursday, Nov. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Graham Chapel.
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