Are you ready for an opportunity to enjoy an amazing a cappella performance, raise money and have fun? On Saturday, January 20, 2018, the Rotary Club of Mitchell Field will host its fourth annual Milwaukappella performance. The evening will feature Transit, the winner of the 2017 Open Mid-Atlantic Semifinal and a finalist in the 2017 International Championship of A Cappella. Proceeds from ticket sales will help fund community and international projects of The Rotary Club of Mitchell Field.

 

Transit features a diverse repertoire of music from every decade since the 1950s, including songs by The Beatles, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, the Doobie Brothers, Maroon 5, Christina Perri and many other artists. There’s truly something for everyone! Their heart-thumping bass, vocal percussion, instrument emulation, innovative arrangements and diverse solo styles create an incredible show that leaves audiences speechless.
 
Combining soaring leads, smooth harmonies, and a thumping rhythm section, Transit demonstrates the power, versatility, and emotion of the most natural instrument of all — the human voice.
 
The evening performance will open with local vocal students who participated in the day-long a cappella workshop taught by Transit and other music professionals.
 
For program ads and information about sponsoring a student for the day-long workshop, please contact us.
 
For tickets, please go to the South Milwaukee Performing Arts Center.
 
..before the curtains go up. An important part of Milwaukappella is the full-day a cappella workshop for high school and college students. The student workshop fee includes lunch, dinner, the opportunity to open the evening show and a ticket to enjoy a premium seat for Transit’s performance. The workshop is open to all high school- and college-age a cappella singers, whether or not they’re currently in a vocal group. Sign up early! Attendance has increased each year and spots are limited.
 

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