Normally, we would be gearing up to see some of the best a cappella groups in the area perform in a two day extravaganza. This year will be a little different, but as the saying goes -
The Show Must Go On!
Every day during the month of April, we will be featuring virtual performances from the groups you have come to know and love over the years as well as some groups that are new to our a cappella community.
Performances will be released every day. Don't miss a beat and make sure you are following us on your favorite social media platforms.
We are thrilled to kickoff ACAPocalypse2021 with a performance by The Crescendos from Chelmsford High School.
Our second performance of acapocalypse2021 is from The Thursdays from Chelmsford High School. Enjoy !!!
It is our pleasure to bring you The NSHS Newtones, a student-run co-ed a cappella group from Newton South High School in MA. This performance earned them 3rd Place in the ICHSA Northeast Quarterfinal 2 and earned Eva Pearlman ('21) recognition for Qutstanding Choreography and Outstanding Videography. Enjoy!
For acapocalypse2021 Sentimental Sundays we bring you featured or headlining groups from previous ACA-Pocalypse shows. Tonight we bring you
Sons of Pitches from the College of the Holy Cross featuring CHS alumni Landon Cass. Enjoy their performance of "What Goes Around Comes Around" from ACA-Pocalypse 2018.
Saugus High School's first and only a cappella group, the Saugus Sachimes
have been a constant on the a cappella scene since they were founded in 2016. This is their quarterfinal performance of "Blue" for ICHSA 2021. Enjoy this performance and then follow them on Facebook to stay informed of what they have going on (Right now they are selling frozen cookie dough - shipped directly to you - for a limited time.) Enjoy!
One of the great things about ACA-Pocalypse is the opportunity to highlight newer a cappella groups in our community and #acapocalypse 2021 is no different. This is Hannah Fuller’s (CHS 21) first arrangement, but you wouldn’t know it from listening to it. After throwing herself into the arrangement the drumline came to her first as it was one of the things that drew her to the song. Hannah shared that “Simply being involved in the music department and going to a fair amount of a cappella workshops and performances, I picked up a lot of stuff, but this was the first time I’d actually taken that knowledge and applied it. Thank you for taking the time to listen to my stuff. Creating it was really fun. Hope you enjoy!”
Thank you Hannah for sharing this with us … we definitely enjoyed it and look forward to everyone enjoying your performance of “Believer.”
It's Alumni Wednesday !!!! Tonight we feature
Husky Hungama, the University of Connecticut's award winning South Asian Fusion a cappella team! The team consists of a four-part a cappella group and percussion that fuses Western music with traditional and modern South Asian music.
alumni Juhi Lalwani (CHS '20) joined Husky Hungama in the fall of 2020. Enjoy!!
is a co-ed a cappella group from Plymouth North High School. Tonight's #acapocalypse2021 performance is from the 2021 ICHSA quarterfinals. After you enjoy this wonderful arrangement of "Adore You" it will come as no surpise that they advanced through the quarterfinals and will be competing this Saturday in the ICHSA seminals