A Capella

A Capella Groups

Country:
Israel

Who are the Voca People?

The Voca People are friendly aliens from the planet Voca, somewhere behind the sun...where all communication is made by music and vocal expressions. The Voca People believe that life is music and music is life. They visit planet Earth and they have a lot to sing about. 
 

Country:
United States

An all-male a cappella group at Syracuse University.

Otto Tunes is a group of young, attractive men from Syracuse University looking to entertain your eyeballs and eardrums with our music and performances.

Country:
United States

Pentatonix (often abbreviated as PTX) are a two-time Grammy winning American a cappella group from Arlington, Texas consisting of five vocalists: Avi Kaplan, Scott Hoying, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola, and Mitch Grassi. Their work, which is mostly in the pop style, consists of covers of existing songs, sometimes in the form of medleys, along with their original material. Their music is defined by their own arrangement style, tight vocal harmonies, extensive vocal riffing, deep and steady vocal basslines, and a diverse range of vocal percussion and beatboxing.

Country:
United States

Amasong is an award-winning amateur chorus with an enthusiastic local following.

We perform folkloric, women-oriented, and classical music.

Amasong provides an opportunity for lesbians and feminist women to gather together in the pursuit of choral excellence. Amasong’s repertoire draws most heavily upon folk music from various world traditions, music written by women, and other music reflecting women’s experiences.

Amasong accepts women at varying levels of experience and ability.

Country:
Lithuania

Chamber pop chorus of "Indigo" from Lithuania was created specifically for the TV project "Choir Wars" (Chorų karai) in early 2013. The initiator of the choir is Vytautas Matuzas - which is popular Lithuanian rapper, winner of various competitions and festivals. He is the so-called General of the "Indigo" choir, manager and one of the soloists.

Country:
Serbia

Viva Vox Choir from Belgrade was formed almost ten years ago by a group of high school graduates who, together with their music teacher and conductor, Jasmina Lorin, wanted to continue the wonderful musical cooperation they had in their high school choir. The choir got its current name in 2005, and in 2009 they introduced beatboxing in their performance, which, along with song arrangements written by the members of the choir, formed the unique sound that made them known throughout the globe.