Rachael and Amanda chat with Rachel Chalhoub – an all-star you may know as Rachel C. From an accidental start at FSU to being behind the scenes at many of your favorite festivals and events, and even a stint on national TV, she’s got a unique perspective of the community from behind the lens.
Eventually you’ll be able to find her again at rachelismyfriend.com but follow her on social media (@roguepotato) to see what she’s up to and just be friends!
And if you want to see the video she mentions during the interview – here it is.
Since 2003, Sara Yood has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to keep Varsity Vocals growing and running smoothly. These days you can find her backstage orchestrating Finals in NYC and doing it with incredible poise. All on top of her day job as an IP lawyer in NYC.
To learn more about Varsity Vocals visit www.varsityvocals.com .
Episode 11 and we’re feeling super lucky to sit down with Meron Mogos! Think you might be interested in event planning? You don’t want to miss this golden advice from CASA – The Contemporary A Cappella Society’s Director of Events. She also happens to be the powerful and sultry voice that brings the low notes for VXN, a successful long distance vocal group.
To learn more about CASA and their events, please visit:
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Amanda and Rachael interview Gina Deaton. If you don’t know this name yet, you should – she keeps CASA running and running well! Learn more about the initiatives of the latest generation of CASA leadership and how the organization’s commitment to the community goes far beyond the music.
Currently on the leadership team of Haunted Harmonies, Amy Malkoff is a foundational member of the a cappella community who continues to be a driving force in the management and development of a lot of the things we all hold dear.
Amanda and Rachael also discuss the ups and downs of the inner circles of the a cappella community and groups.
Learn more about Amy at: https://www.amymalkoffmusic.com.