Re: [ba-acappella] Seeking strong female voice
- I should probably point out that the configuration of
the ensemble will be a quartet, SATB....
It's been a long week...
--- "Mayank Thanawala <deus_pater@...>"
> The idea is to look good, sing popular music from__________________________________________________
> the 30s and 40s in
> modern a cappella arrangements that use our voices
> to the fullest,
> and be really marketable to corporates and weddings.
> Looking for a
> female singer who looks like age 25-30ish, any
> range, with a
> powerful voice.
> Maintaining pitch, harmonizing, and learning
> non-intuitive parts must
> be easy for you. Performance experience a definite
> plus. Ability to
> take a well known song and make it yours is key.
> Professionalism and
> an easy going group-oriented attitude are
> necessities -- There's no
> point if it's not fun, and we won't get hired if
> we're not on time!
> If this sounds interesting to you, and if you're in
> the San Francisco
> area and have a little flexibility in your day job,
> and want to gig
> for money, please contact us before February 8.
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- Hi folks. My name's Rob Jellinghaus. I'm a baritone with a good ear, very
good (though not perfect) pitch, some basic sightreading skills, and
performance experience (back in college and more recently with the
erstwhile Westwind Voices). Most of my singing history is with folk /
barbershop type music -- I'm not a skilled jazz singer, for instance (not
I'm looking to join a small, skilled-amateur a cappella group, ideally one
which holds auditions and which gigs here and there.
I live in Concord, so a group in the east bay would be especially nice :-)
All leads appreciated.