Very excited to announce that Premiere is holding auditions! We’re a post-collegiate, all-female group in LA, and we pride ourselves on gigging regularly, being active in the a cappella community, and being a close-knit group of friends. If this sounds like the place for you, we’d love to hear from you! Deadline is April 30. Check out our website for more info: http://www.premiereacappella.com/auditions.html
This crowdfunding project is over, but I’m leaving the post up for legacy purposes.
We are happy to announce plans for a new album.
We are seeking pre-order/funding through a kickstarter project.
Take a look and order your album now to help us fund the project.
We hope everyone is doing well and we look forward to sharing our music with you!
The Alley Cats
Ha’Penny Singers, a renaissance madrigal group (https://www.facebook.com/HaPennySingers), is seeking singers (one bass, two tenors, one soprano). Gratis but lots of fun. Sight reading ability a plus. Rehearsals in the San Fernando Valley.
Contact email@example.com if interested
Blindside is a small a cappella group, 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! 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.
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 female singer. The range isn’t as important as the ability to blend with the boys 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.
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 will be a focus of the group. Pay will only come from paid performances.
Interested? Contact us with the following:
* Basic info about yourself and experience
* Audio or video sample of you singing.
Audition and callback day/time:
Auditions will be held in 15 minute slots over two days in late February. We will contact you to schedule a time. Additional days may come up so please inquire.
Location: Los Angeles
We look forward to hearing from you!
Pacific Sound Men’s Chorus is sponsoring the 3rd annual A Cappella Showcase in Goleta, CA on Sunday April 23, and we’re looking for groups! Here are the details I’ve been given, including who to talk to about participating:
Sunday, April 23, 2017, The Butler Event Center at 5555 Hollister Ave, right where Hollister meets Hwy 217, in Goleta CA. 2 PM to 6 PM, FREE, and BYOB and snacks. Come join with other lovers and singers of a cappella music. Barbershop, vocal jazz, pop a cappella, religious a cappella…all are welcome, and it’s FREE!
Call 805-452-1393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you love to sing?
Are you trying to improve your musicianship skills?
Do you listen to Pentatonix and wish you could be like them?!
Good news! The Over Tones are auditioning for our Spring 2017 season!
Come join us the weekend of January 7-8 to show us what you’ve got! We’re looking for enthusiastic singers and vocal percussionists who want to improve their technique and become part of our musical family.
For your audition, you should prepare an excerpt (verse and chorus) from a piece that showcases the best of your voice. Previous choral experience and sight reading skills are highly encouraged but not required.
You can find more information about our audition process & expectations at theovertonesacappella.com/auditions.
TO RESERVE AN AUDITION SLOT, send an email to email@example.com.
We look forward to meeting you!
SoCal CASA Ambassador Joel here. I thought this was worth adding to the post… When I asked the Over Tones about locations, here is what they said:
We rehearse in Van Nuys.
Our members come from all over the greater Los Angeles area, from downtown to the Westside to the South Bay.
Same with performances, but we can travel to just about anywhere in Southern California with enough notice.
I can’t begin to tell you WHY this is the case, but after some tweaking and removing it from the sub-menu of Calendar, it seems the Submit an Event page works again!
I know, but I’m not questioning it. Gift horse, and all. If it stops working again, please feel free to let me know. Meanwhile, go forth! Use it! Advertise your gigs and get more audience members! Let’s DO this!
–your friendly neighborhood SoCal CASA Ambassador
Premiere is excited to release our first music video, for our rendition of “Woman” (originally by Joy Williams). This song is a female empowerment anthem, and with this video, we aimed to explore many facets of womanhood and showcase how limitless women are.
Watch on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0sIIuvW8KQ
This video was produced by Danny Olefsky of The Vocal Company; the song was produced by Bri Holland and mastered by Dave Sperandio of Vocal Mastering.
Premiere is thrilled to release our third single, “Woman” (originally by Joy Williams)! The song is available on:
You may have noticed that the Submit page doesn’t work right now… and hasn’t for months…if not over a year.
Your friendly neighborhood Ambassador has been saying for all that time that I just haven’t had time to do it and I’d get around to it soon, but “soon” seems to always be in the future.
If you have website acumen and WordPress-Fu and would be willing to donate some time to fixing this issue, I’d GREATLY appreciate it! Just send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get this thing workin’ again! Thanks!