Contemporary A Cappella (UCF)

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Contemporary A Cappella, founded in 2004[1] is the parent organization of a cappella groups at the University of Central Florida.

The Crescendudes, an all-male a cappella group, was formed in the Fall of 2005. Notable accomplishments include:

   3rd Place, 2008 ICCA South Quarterfinals
   Outstanding Choreography, 2008 ICCA South Quarterfinals for "Words"
   Outstanding Choreography, 2009 ICCA South Quarterfinals for "Pinball Wizard," "Banana Man," and "Check Yes Juliet"
   The Best I’ve Seen: The Top 5 Best Names for Collegiate A Cappella Groups by the A Cappella Blog

The second group formed was the all-female group So Noted (in September 2008). Originally containing 14 members, So Noted competed in ICCA Quarterfinals in 2009, 2011, and 2012.

In the Fall of 2009, a sister group formed from the success of So Noted after auditions led to the inception of a 12-girl group called Key Harmony. Key Harmony competed at ICCA quarterfinals in 2011 and 2012.

Founded in the spring of 2009, Gemini Blvd. was the product of former Crescendudes Stephen Ekblom and Robert Draper. The first co-ed a cappella group at UCF, Gemini Blvd. competed at ICCA quarterfinals in 2010, 2011, and 2012. Gemini Blvd. received awards in 2012 for:

   Best Vocal Percussion- Jeff Ting
   Best Vocal Solo- Stephanie Trull
   2nd place, 2012 quarterfinal


[edit] References

crescendudes.com geminiblvd.com sonotedacappella.com keyharmony.com

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