April 2 saw the return of the a capella festival SCAMfest, delighting audiences with dazzling performances after the event was postponed from the fall.
Event cancellations, testing requirements and other public health guidelines in flux have posed significant issues for 5C a cappella groups in recent weeks.
Despite the pandemic, the 5c a capella group After School Specials continues to engage its members and create enjoyable covers.
College and university a cappella teams across Southern California flocked to Claremont to participate in the 2020 ICCA West Quarterfinal.
Two Claremont a cappella teams brought their A-game to the stage last Saturday at the 23rd annual West Quarterfinal of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, held at Pomona College’s Bridges Auditorium. First to perform were the Claremont Shades, which had hosted the competition for the past four years,
Sitting in the 2,500 seater Bridges Auditorium on Nov. 10, I braced myself for the a cappella music festival everyone had been talking about. The audience filled every seat, and the room buzzed with excitement. Being a British exchange student, the closest thing I know to a cappella is the
Life & Style contributing writer Sean Ogami PZ ’19 sat down with two members of Midnight Echo following the 23rd SCAMFest at Pomona College, and discussed the group’s unique traditions and camaraderie. TSL: How did you personally start singing? Reed Stevens PZ ’19: I sang a lot as a little kid,
The rehearsal began like any hangout between a group of friends. The ladies of Women’s Blue and White, a 5C a cappella group, filed in one by one, hot tea in hand, music sheets in the other. There was a lot of catching up, joking around, and even fruit