What happens when you prepare your whole life for a future in musical theater and then you graduate college in a pandemic? If you are like Shannon Connors, you learn even more about yourself and gain new perspectives. And while your move to NYC might be postponed, it isn’t canceled!
There isn’t enough time to name drop just how many top acts Kristin Denehy has worked with (*NSYNC, Backstreet Boys, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez, Home Free, Pentatonix…), nor what enormous productions she’s choreographed (The Sing-Off, MTV, Critic’s Choice…). You’ll just have to listen to find out more, plus hear her advice for a cappella groups performance planning
Ariel Arbisser does not hold back – and nor should she. Vocal HERspective talks with her about the benefits of authenticity and pushing boundaries and why you should feel empowered to be yourself, no matter what.
Sometimes we bring on a guest that has no idea why she was asked to come on the show. But Stephanie Dietz came to us all in a unique way and adds so much to the a cappella community, so you don’t want to miss this episode of Vocal HERspective!
What’s your story? How are you choosing to tell it? Are you setting yourself and your group up for success? That’s what’s on tap for this week’s episode with guest Mason Van Gieson! Mason is an alumna of Amazin’ Blue and now sings with VICE A Cappella, BLACKOUT, and Bridges in NYC.
We’re still getting to know our new host Kris, so we decided to bring in her squad. In the first of a 2-part interview, Amanda sits down with all of the lovely ladies of Epic the 2012 Harmony, Incorporated Queens.