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Carmen Sandiego, James Corden, Pentatonix & Anna Kendrick have something in common. Find out where in the world the genre of A Cappella is going | NY this Sat 4/22 at the Beacon

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Aquapella to Tribute Prince this Saturday, April 22nd at the Beacon Theatre

15 student scientists and engineers from Bath University to Represent the UK at the International Championship of A Cappella Finals in New York City

(New York/United Kingdom)-April 19, 2017-Hailing from the University of Bath in Somerset, United Kingdom, Aquapella is crossing the pond with sights set on succeeding at the International Championship of A Cappella (ICCA) Finals this Saturday, April 22, 2017, at The Beacon Theatre in New York City.




Netflix just announced an animated ‘Carmen Sandiego’ reboot is headed to the streaming service, starring Gina Rodriguez and Finn Wolfhard. When you think of the show, do you hear the theme song? Yes, you do.


*Rockapella* made their mark on the early ’90s children’s game show by singing the eponymous theme song.


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This awesome in-house jam band, a “rock acapella” group originally formed by four friends from Brown University, highly contributed to keeping kids coming back for the adventures. Fast forward to 2017 and A Cappella soundscapes are back on the map.

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Note: Earlier this week Pantatonix performed Stayin’ Alive: A #GRAMMYSalute To The Music of The @BeeGees on CBS.


Aquapella arrives in Manhattan on the heels of the closing weekend of President Bill Clinton favorite production, ‘In Transit,’ Broadway’s first a cappella musical. Since 2011, when Texan A Cappella group Pentatonix made the switch from unknown YouTube sensation to winners of NBC’s The Sing-Off, a mounting public appreciation for the spirited form of expression began to propagate.

Followed by the success of Anna Kendrick’s improbable smash radio hit, “Cups”, from the ‘Pitch Perfect’ movie soundtrack and the creative antics of fellow U.K. singer and “The Late Late Show” host, James Corden, A Cappella performers are once again proving their prowess to penetrate the mainstream.

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Aquapella arrives in the US/ NYC tonight!

In the tradition of great musical acts from British Invasions past, Aquapella is looking to make its mark in the media capital of the world: New York City!!!

Representing Bath University, Britain, and the entire United Kingdom, Aquapella, a 15 member group, comprised of science and engineering students, will arrive in New York City tonight.

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On Saturday, April 22nd they will tribute Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Prince during their number, as they vie for the crown of “’Best international collegiate group”.

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Bath University is one of the UK’s leading educational institutions and is internationally renowned for their reputation for quality and groundbreaking research.

The Varsity Vocals International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) is the only international tournament that showcases the art of student a cappella singing. Featured on the network television show “Sing it On”, ICCA is the “real-life Pitch Perfect” and is dedicated to providing top-notch collegiate a cappella groups with valuable feedback from highly qualified judges. Our tournament gives student a cappella groups the opportunity to showcase their talent to an international audience as well as cultivate the art of a cappella singing and their lifelong love of music.

Each year, collegiate groups compete in regional quarterfinals and semifinals across the U.S. from January through April, where the top group from each semifinal advances to the finals. ICCA Finals is the culmination of that process, and features 10 collegiate a cappella groups: the winners of nine semifinals, and one wild card winner.

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