Williston recently presented our second iteration of the Grum Project, which brings multi-disciplinary artists to campus, and is funded by a generous alumna.
Pitch Slapped, a co-ed a cappella group based at Berklee College of Music in Boston, performed at assembly and lead workshops with singers in the Middle School and Upper School on Feb. 10. See photos of the visit here.
Founded in 2006, the group enjoyed a rapid climb to fame, appearing on NBC’s “The Sing-Off,” twice winning the International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella Championship at Lincoln Center in New York City, and appearing on “America’s Got Talent.” Their YouTube video has gotten more than two million views.
Named one of the Top 5 best a cappella groups in the country by USA Today College, Pitch Slapped has toured the U.S. multiple times and won numerous awards for their snappy singing style that combines unique arrangements and incredible vocal virtuosity. Their repertoire contains of a variety of styles ranging from pop, to rock, to R&B.
The team will perform during an assembly, work with the Middle School chorus in the morning, and lead a workshop with Upper School choral groups in the afternoon. For a sample of their tuneful style, check out this video.