Contemporary A Cappella League

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The Contemporary A Cappella League (CAL), founded in 2007, is a network of high quality contemporary a cappella groups comprised of working professionals. CAL was formed primarily to provide a recreational outlet for the graduates of collegiate a cappella groups worldwide. It is part of CASA. [1]


[edit] Group Guidelines

Each league group is run independently; however, CAL recommends the following guidelines to maintain the quality of league groups:

  1. Group membership is by audition only.
  2. Groups are limited in size, but large enough to allow for members to occasionally miss a rehearsal or performance (8-20 members is the recommended size).
  3. Groups can be any combination of males and/or females.
  4. Groups rehearse an average of once a week and performances take place on evenings or weekends so as not to cause interference with regular day jobs.
  5. Groups have a goal to become known in their community – starting with small performances at local festivals and events and building up to more high profile events and appearances.
  6. Groups have a driving interest in continuously increasing the quality of their performance and reputation.
  7. Groups are active in the a cappella community at-large, participating in CASA festivals and other events that promote vocal and contemporary music.

[edit] All CAL groups

  Location Composition
Clearly Vocal Tyler, Texas Mixed
Cognitive Resonance Raleigh, North Carolina Mixed
Euphonism Washington D.C. Mixed
Frequency Orange County, CA Mixed
M-pact Los Angeles, CA Male
The Pow Arrangers Boston, MA Mixed
Two Weeks Notice Detroit, Michigan Mixed

(The list above is automatically generated. It may not be 100% accurate)

See all CAL groups in category.

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