Calendar of Events

This post will show the next six weeks of events. For the latest, complete, up-to-the-minute list of events, always check And to submit an event you don’t see on that page, please fill out this form or e-mail me the details!



December 12, 2018
  • Pacific Sound presents: Celebrate the Season! With ChannelAire
    Starts: 7:00 pm


    Join Pacific Sound and Channelaire chorus for a night of acappella that is sure to bring the holiday spirit to Ventura. Featuring some of your favorite holiday songs, this concert is perfect for all ages!

    Tickets $15

December 15, 2018
December 16, 2018
  • Masters of Harmony Christmas show: “Are You Listenin’?”
    Starts: 3:00 pm



  • Westside Voices presents: "The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"
    Starts: 3:30 pm


    “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” that this top 12-voice mixed a cappella ensemble is finally having a holiday concert in December! It may be “Hanukkah in Santa Monica”, but “Merry Christmas, Darling”.

    Join us for an hour of music, fun, and surprises with our holiday reception following the concert.

    Suggested donation $15
    For reservations, call Penny (310) 670-3777

    For more information, call Harris Levey (310) 822-9067 or go to .

  • Legacy Winter Showcase 2018
    Starts: 7:30 pm


    Come celebrate the holiday season with Legacy at our third annual Winter Showcase (with special guest Samantha Schultz)!

    About Legacy:

    Legacy is an auditioned community youth a cappella group made up of singers aged 13-18 from all over the greater Los Angeles area! Under the direction of Rob Dietz (The Sing-Off, Glee), the group promotes both a high standard of musicianship, and a strong sense of community.

    Founded in 2016, the group has already received numerous awards and accolades, including:

    Winners of the Varsity Vocals International Championship of High School A Cappella finals, 2018.

    LAAF 2017 scholastic competition champions.

    Winners of the Southwest semifinal of the Varsity Vocals AcaOpen, 2017.

    Selected for the Best of High School A Cappella (BOHSA) compilation, 2018.

    About Samantha Schultz:

    Hailing from Edmonton, AB, Canada, Samantha has called Los Angeles, CA, home for the last 5 years, and has become a one-of-a-kind musician to call. A captivating chameleon of a vocalist, a great guitar player, and complete with a reputation for beautiful songwriting, Schultz is in constant demand for everything from studio sessions to her captivating live performances, both as a front woman or in a supporting role.

    Schultz began her music career in the nurturing folk clubs and festivals of her home country, heavily influenced by the likes of Jonny Lang, India Arie, Amos Lee, Joni Mitchell and Sheryl Crow. After graduating from high school, a deep love of and dedication to music and performing earned Schultz a full-ride scholarship to Berklee College Of Music, in Boston, MA.

    This multi-award nominated singer has been featured across many platforms, from CoverGirl commercials, movie sound tracks, to performances with beloved artists such as Kris Kristofferson, Parlor Social, and more. With musicianship as strong and versatile as Samantha’s, the sky is the limit.

    Drawing now from the influence of Corinne Bailey Rae, Lianne La Havas, John Mayer, and Tori Kelly (to name a few) Samantha has done much searching since she landed in Los Angeles for a new sound and is happy to announce that she has begun recording her first project in nearly seven years: a highly-anticipated 5 song EP that she intends to release in the Spring of 2019.

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Swing Shift auditions for 2nd Soprano

Swing Shift, an a cappella vocal jazz sextet, has an opening to replace our loved but soon-to-be-departing 2nd soprano. We’ve been singing locally for 10+ years. If you love mastering tight harmonies and jazz rhythms, please contact us. Our website is

Here’s our group photo:

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Premiere holding auditions

Premiere is excited to announce that we’re holding auditions for new members! We’re looking for ladies who have significant high school, collegiate, or post-collegiate a cappella experience. Expected time commitment is one rehearsal per week (Wednesday evenings, generally in west Los Angeles or mid-city), and one to three gigs per month around Los Angeles. We’re looking especially ​for sopranos and altos who can belt, and vocal percussionists, but ALL voice parts will be considered!

First Round
For the first round, we’re accepting auditions via email. Please prepare a video of yourself singing a verse and chorus from two contrasting, contemporary songs. These songs should be performed a cappella (no instruments or backing tracks). If you are a vocal percussionist, please also include a short sample of you beatboxing in the video. Upload the video to YouTube as “unlisted.” In your email, please provide the video link and the following information:

  • Name
  • Voice part
  • A cappella experience (include past/current groups)
  • Any leadership roles held in those groups
  • Any arranging experience
  • Any vocal percussion experience
  • LA neighborhood(s) where you live and work

Email your online audition to by May 7th with Summer 2018 Audition in the subject line

Second Round
We’ll be holding in-person callbacks on Wednesday, 6/30, and we’ll be sure to respond to everyone who submits an online audition.

A little more about us…
We’re a group of young working women, proud that Premiere brings us together for a musical outlet outside of our day jobs. Songs we like to sing usually have a powerful belting solo, a lot of attitude, and/or a message of female empowerment. Premiere has been together for four years, and in that time we’ve done a lot of exciting things, like performing for TBS and an LA Galaxy game, hosting the Los Angeles A Cappella Festival, and becoming great friends. If this sounds like the place for you, we’d love to hear from you!

Questions? Feel free to contact us! Thanks for your interest, and we look forward to singing with you!


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Frequency seeks soprano! (Yorba Linda area)

Frequency A cappella is looking for a new soprano!  We meet weekly in the Yorba Linda area.  Ideal candidate is comfortable singing lead or harmonies and is looking for a new musical family.  Please email with any questions or interest.

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VALLEY HARMONY SINGERS is looking for men in the San Fernando Valley area who like to sing!

Our chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society was founded in 1956 & has appeared on the International Contest stage, as well as on the Jerry Lewis MS Telethon & the PBS Holiday Show at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.  We frequently sing in the community, most recently at the Studio City Picnic & the Encino Community Fair, as well as for private parties & special events.  We have a Fall & a Spring Show, an Annual Ice Cream Social, and Singing Valentines.  We meet on Monday evenings from 7:00-9:30 P.M. in the Social Hall at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 14646 Sherman Way, Van Nuys.  Check out our website– & Valley Harmony Singers on Facebook. Call us at 818-994-SING, e-mail–  No previous barbershop singing experience needed! We’d love to have you join us!

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Premiere A Cappella holding auditions for women (West Los Angeles)

Premiere is excited to announce that we’re holding rolling auditions for new members! We’re looking for ladies who have significant high school, collegiate, or post-collegiate a cappella experience. Expected time commitment is one rehearsal per week (Wednesday evenings, generally in west Los Angeles or mid-city), and one to three gigs per month around Los Angeles. We’re looking especially ​for basses, sopranos who can belt, and vocal percussionists, but all voice parts will be considered!

Details can be found here.

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Tenors needed for Ha’Penny, a cappella madrigal group (San Fernando Valley)

Looking for tenors for Ha’Penny, a madrigal and holiday a cappella group. Occasional stipend. Rehearse as needed; perform at fairs, festivals, and other types of events. Lots of great music and tons of fun! E-mail if interested. Thanks, looking forward to singing with you!

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Blindside is looking for high tenors, low basses, and solid baritones! (Los Angeles Area)

Blindside is an a cappella trio, looking to fill out our lineup. Founded by blind individuals, Blindside has a big passion for helping others and would love to include more visually impaired members, but the bottom line is, we’re looking for fun, funny, talented people with a desire to make great music together, so all are welcome! We focus on contemporary rock/pop covers, but we’re not going to shy away from the right classics or comedy tunes, as long as they form part of a cohesive set. Depending on the gig, we’ll pepper our shows with originals as well.

Blindside has performed at the Lion’s Club International 100 Year Anniversary in Chicago, charity events in North Carolina, and won Best Arrangement at the 2016 Los Angeles Regional harmony Sweepstakes!

What we’re looking for:

  • A talented high tenor – we’ll know the right fit when we hear it. Strong solo chops need to be balanced against the ability to pull back into the chord and harmonize with the whole.
  • A resonant low bass (Beatbox skills are valuable, but not essential) – This person needs to have at least a strong low D or lower. Blend is important, but also the ability to adapt to a wide variety of styles. A strong solo voice is also needed.
  • A solid baritone. The range isn’t as important as the ability to blend with the whole as well as rock out solos like a boss!

While not essential, arranging ability, basic music theory and previous a cappella experience are definite pluses. Most important is attitude. We’re looking for members who have a strong work ethic and are passionate about their craft, but who enjoy singing on street corners or in restaurants for no other reason than it’s fun.

Time commitment:
Blindside rehearses twice a week for two hours each, or once a week for three hours. Additional or alternate rehearsals can arise before performances based on availability. Must be flexible for gigging since that is a focus of the group. Pay will only come from paid performances.

Interested? Contact us with the following:

  • Basic info about yourself and experience
  • Photo
  • Audio or video sample of you singing.

Audition and callback day/time:
Auditions will be held in 15 minute slots over two days in early to mid August. We will contact you to schedule a time once we receive your initial response. Additional days may come up so please inquire.

Location: Los Angeles Area



We look forward to hearing from you!


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Looking For Groups For “Give A Helping Paw” Benefit Concert On Sept 9th!

I received this e-mail from Sean P. Gorecki (contact info below):

Looking For Groups For “Give A Helping Paw” Benefit Concert On Sept 9th!

I’m reaching out because I’m working to put together an all a cappella concert to raise $17,000 for a little boy to get a service dog that could save his life.  Being blind myself, I know what it means to need a helping hand now and then, so I try to do my part and help others.

Here’s the history.  Last July, I learned about a seven-year-old boy named Tyler.  He is low-functioning autistic, completely non-verbal, and to top it off, has diabetes.  Due to his inability to speak, he can’t let anybody know when his blood sugar is low or he’s feeling sick.  Even with constant vigilance, he’s nearly died several times in the past year alone.  His parents have lost jobs, and even a home trying to keep him safe, and at last report, they are living in a hotel.

That story alone would be enough to make this worthwhile.  But as I mentioned, I heard about Tyler a year ago and got involved with an organization that was trying to help him.  He and his family have been given promise after promise and it seems there is no headway in Tyler receiving a service dog that could sense when he is at risk of seizures and get him the help he needs.  I think it’s high time to pull out all the stops and finally get Tyler his dog, and his family on the road to stability.

I’m hoping to have a few different groups share the stage and I’d very much like for your group to be a part of it!

I’ve reserved the Hermosa Beach Community Theatre, where the L.A. Regional Harmony Sweepstakes takes place every year, for Saturday, September 9.  The show is being called the ”Give A Helping Paw” Benefit Concert.

I hope you’ll join me in doing not a random, but an intentional act of kindness for a little boy whose life could be saved with a four-legged miracle.

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me at or call me at (815) 451-3973

I hope to hear from you soon!


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Sweet Adelines chorus Red RockAppella seeks director (Sedona, AZ)

I know this technically isn’t a SoCal listing, but I figured it might affect some of my SoCal readers (and/or you might be interested in applying for the job) so I made an exception.  (Plus, I love the chorus name.  Exceptions are subjective, what can I say?)  Here’s the listing:

Red Rockappella, a Sweet Adelines chorus in the beautiful city of Sedona, Arizona (Region 21, Golden West), has an opportunity for a director (or aspiring director!) who wants to work with a dynamic, enthusiastic group of women who love to sing.

We are a small chorus with a current membership of 20 friendly women who enjoy each other and love harmonizing together. We are also an active chorus, performing regularly throughout our community.

We are seeking a director who can grow with us as we take our craft to the next level.

Please contact Linda at

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