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AWARD WINNING A CAPELLA GROUP PERFORMS IN SANDWICH
Thrilling! Chilling! Fantastic! 17-piece a capella troupe blows the roof at Sandwich Town Hall with exciting vocals!
Award-winning Upper Structure, a 17-member vocal group affiliated with the Berklee College of Music will perform at Sandwich Town Hall for the 2019/2020 season of the Sandwich Arts Alliance Village Concert Series. With members from around the world coming together, Upper Structure creates a sound that is innovative, moving and fun.
Based out of Boston, Upper Structure brings a modern and edgy take on music to the a cappella community and you can expect to hear music by anyone from OneView more
Tickets are $30 for adults and $10 for students and can be purchased at the SAA Center at 124 Route 6A in Sandwich, online at sandwichartsalliance.org – or at the door.
Contact: 774 338-5201
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According to event coordinator Todd Herrmann, “The planners of the Village Concert Series within the Sandwich Arts Alliance strive to bring together an intriguing, high-caliber, diverse set of performers and performances to the Upper Cape in the beautiful Sandwich village setting that might otherwise require travel to Boston or New York.”
Upper Structure was founded in 2015 at Berklee College of Music. In 2018, they released their first studio album, Bridges. Shortly after the release, their rendition of She Used to Be Mine from the Sara Bareillis Broadway hit musical “Waitress” was recognized on the Best of Collegiate A Cappella 2018 album and their entire album was nominated for a CARA (Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards), a top honor for this category. In addition to these awards, they finished second place overall at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Finals in 2018. In 2019, they released their sophomore album, Second Wind, and traveled to Hong Kong and will travel to Beijing.
130 Main St, Sandwich, MA 02563
Parking is available on the streets in the surrounding area