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Boston A Cappella Festival
now on October 1, 202
3
(a much sunnier day!)
Starting at 1pm

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

We are thrilled to be hosting the third Boston A Cappella Festival
at the Herter Park Amphitheatre in Boston MA. (Get directions.)

This family-friendly musical event is FREE to the public, thanks to support from the Mass Cultural Council, The Friends of Herter Park, and your donations.

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The Boston A Cappella Festival is a free, public, outdoor arts event that celebrates the human voice and its ability to produce high-quality and genuine musical experiences. Each festival's goal is to showcase a breadth and diversity of singing groups and styles, with community ensembles from high schoolers to seniors, from Springfield MA to Providence RI to Boston Metro West. With an anticipated audience of over 500, this event will introduce individuals to the joys of singing and singing culture, as well as open doors to numerous ensembles looking for an opportunity to showcase their skills to an engaged live audience. Genres include barbershop, madrigals, modern, jazz, oldies, and more.

The success of the Boston A Cappella Festival relies on the generosity of our audiences and their communities. You'll have plenty of opportunities at the event to donate to the festival, buy refreshments, and purchase souvenirs, but why wait? Donate now with Venmo or PayPal and include your email, and we'll make sure you get a receipt. All profits received through donations will be directed to the ensembles and their artists.

Supported in part by a generous donation from the Mass Cultural Council and our partners at The Friends of Herter Park.

Performing Ensembles

Vocal Revolution (host chorus)

VocaMotion (host chorus)

Collective Measures [link]

The Heart Beats [link]

Kinsey Scales [link]
The Pow! Arrangers [link]

See our estimated stage times!

Plus special interludes from barbershop quartets:

Autumn Chickens

The Locals

Summer Street

And thank you to all of the amazing ensembles who committed to the event but couldn't adjust to the rain date. Please find ways to support them all!

Arlington High School Madrigal Singers,

The Copley Cats, Daily Special, Similar Jones,
The Smiffenpoofs, Technichords,
and Vinyl Street

Donate Now, Save Time,
and Support the Artists!

The success of the Boston A Cappella Festival relies on the generosity of our audiences and their communities. You'll have plenty of opportunities at the event to donate to the festival, buy refreshments, and purchase souvenirs, but why wait? Donate now with Venmo or PayPal and include your email, and we'll make sure you get a receipt.

All profits received through donations will be directed to the ensembles and their artists.

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