A New A Cappella Festival In Arizona

United States, Arizona, Phoenix – 04-24-2019 (PRDistribution.com) — A Cappella Syndicate is hosting the A Cappella Del Sol music festival on February 22, 2020 at the new Madison Center for the Arts in Phoenix.

A Cappella Syndicate is organizing and producing the inaugural A Cappella Del Sol music festival.  A Cappella Del Sol will be a day-long event centered around a singing competition.  The competition will have a “youth” category for high-school age groups (18 years and younger) and an “open” category for singers of any age.

The music festival will also include an educational workshop in the morning and a showcase performance in the evening.  The evening performance will include the top winners in each category from the competition along with a special performance by A Cappella Syndicate.  The public is invited and encouraged to be a part of the audience to support these singers during the competition and evening performances.

Be a part of this exciting new event!  Singers who are interested in competing in A Cappella Del Sol should visit the festival website for audition information (www.acappelladelsol.com)

A Cappella Syndicate, an award-winning men’s a cappella chorus, is an a vocal ensemble that has captured the hearts of vocal music lovers throughout Arizona and beyond.  A Cappella Syndicate believes that music is a universal language that brings people together from all walks of life.  Our mission is to promote a cappella harmony in our community and beyond through performance, education, and outreach, with special emphasis on youth.  For more information about A Cappella Syndicate, visit its website at www.acappella-syndicate.com.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: A Cappella Syndicate
Full Name: Timothy Haskins
Phone: 602-492-1701
Email Address: Send Email
Website: www.acappella-syndicate.com

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