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Slideshow: Acappellooza

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Photo by Photo by Leah Kappayil

Texas A&M’s own all-male a cappella group called Apotheosis (also known as “The Bad Boys of A Cappella”) was the second performance of the night.

This past Saturday evening, Texas A&M’s HardChord DynaMix presented the 9th annual a cappella showcase event in Rudder Auditorium called “Acappellooza”. A cappella groups from universities all over Texas came to A&M to perform.
Photos by Leah Kappayil

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  • Acappellooza

  • Junior supply chain management major and student body president candidate, Ben Ikwuagwu, and senior interdisciplinary major, Cassie Brawner, were the MCs for the night and encouraged audience members to live tweet the performances with the hashtag #acaslay.

  • UT Austin’s “One Note Stand” performed a compilation of songs including “You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You”.

  • Dominique Jeanpierre from “One Note Stand” performs with the rest of her group.

  • Members of “One Note Stand” throw their hands up in the air near the end of their set.

  • Acappellooza

  • The Men of Moores from The University of Houston were one of the nine a cappella groups to perform at Acappellooza.

  • Junior business major Akshara Parashar performed her rendition of “Duaa”, a Hindi song, during Swaram A Cappella’s showcase on Saturday evening.

    Photo by Photo by Leah Kappayil
  • Southern Methodist University’s oldest all-male a cappella group “Southern Gentlemen” traveled from Dallas to perform at Acappellooza.

  • Acappellooza

  • After the last group’s performance of the night, all the groups gathered and collaborated onstage for one last performance as the grand finale.

  • The Men of Moores, an all-male a cappella group from Houston, kick off their performance with their version of “All Star” by Smash Mouth, complete with L’s on their foreheads. 

  • Sophomore nutrition major Joseph Mohan performs a duet and dance onstage as a part of A&M’s Swaram A Cappella performance.

  • Members of Men of Moores from Houston finish the last song in their set.

  • Junior industrial engineering major Sam Quitzau performs onstage as a part of Swaram A Cappella.

  • Senior music major Shelby Brewer sings for A&M’s all-female a cappella group called Femmatas.

  • Texas State University’s Echoes A Cappella performs their set for the audience.

  • The Echoes from Texas State University took the stage after a short intermission.

  • Ladies from Echoes sing for the audience.

  • Members of Echoes from Texas State take the stage for their first song in their set.

  • The Echoes of Texas State University are a co-ed a cappella group.

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