The Gardiner Sisters are a family musical group from Concord, North Carolina. The group consists of sisters Hailey, Allie, Mandi, Lindsay, Abby and Lucy Gardiner. The sisters have over 50 million views on YouTube and are one of the most popular independent music artists on Spotify with over 120 million plays.
The Harvard Callbacks are a 15-member mixed a cappella group composed entirely of Harvard undergraduate students. We sing songs from a wide range of genres, focusing on R&B, soul, pop, rock, and jazz.
Conceived in the fall of 1986 by undergraduates Craig Hickman and Morgan Inniss, the Callbacks originated as a mixed a cappella group aiming to diversify the spectrum of artistic performance at the college. We readily developed a musical presence of our own, earning recognition across campus and beyond for our unique style and captivating performances.
Daveed Goldman and Nobu Adilman (AKA “DaBu”) started Choir! Choir! Choir! as a weekly drop in, no-commitment singing event in February 2011. Now happening twice weekly, and open to anyone who likes to sing new arrangements of pop songs, C!C!C! boasts a dedicated and passionate membership of inspired singers from in and around Toronto, Canada. They have performed live with Patti Smith at the Art Gallery of Ontario, Tegan and Sara on the Juno Awards, at TEDx Toronto 2014, and the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival Closing Gala at Roy Thompson Hall.
TORCH is the original and best rock choir in Horsham. Started in January 2010, the choir has grown and become more diverse, and with members ages ranging from 13 to 73, there is something for everyone, regardless of age, experience, or perceived talent!
TORCH is the brainchild of Kaytie Harding, founder and vocal director of 'Voice From The Coal Shed' - a singing company whose aim is to encourage people to sing, and feel good about doing it. VFTCS runs choirs in a variety of different vocal styles, ranging from gospel to rock, and is open to anyone and everyone.
At least once a year, producer Frank Peterson retreats with his headphones to raid his extensive music collection in the search for new repertoire. It takes a lot of instinct and inspiration to choose the songs for a project like Gregorian. “Not every song is suited for theGregorian sound scale,” he explains, “so the songs have to be chosen very carefully for Gregorian.” Luckily, Peterson’s immense music knowledge seems inexhaustible and there are no limits to his creativity.
Chamber pop chorus of "Indigo" from Lithuania was created specifically for the TV project "Choir Wars" (Chorų karai) in early 2013. The initiator of the choir is Vytautas Matuzas - which is popular Lithuanian rapper, winner of various competitions and festivals. He is the so-called General of the "Indigo" choir, manager and one of the soloists.