Middlebury College
February 27, Saturday

Inspired by the power of the voice, Philip Hamilton '82 creates an original a cappella performance that fuses global rhythms and influences. Voices combines unique, international vocal tones and techniques--such as Tuvan throat singing, Balinese monkey-chanting, and hip-hop's beat-boxing--with the rich sounds of diverse a cappella singing styles, including doo-wop, Bulgarian choirs, barbershop quartets, South African miners' songs, and Gregorian chants.

Philip Hamilton, Ben Stevens and members of Voices bring you a series of hour-long workshops that cover musical and business topics, from arranging, to copyright, to managing. A cappella groups and individual vocal performers are welcome. (For groups looking for professional and peer feedback, there will be a masterclass in the afternoon; contact Joe Antonioli at jantonio@middlebury.edu to sign up.)

Daytime Events

10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.*, Center for the Arts
*Registration: 9:30 A.M., Center for the Arts Lobby
Tickets: $7 online, $10 at the door; one ticket entitles the bearer to attend any or all of the planned workshops.

"Daytime Event Schedule" »

Evening Concert with Philip Hamilton and Voices.

Show begins at 8pm
Tickets: $24/18/6

Tickets are now onsale through the Middlebury College Online Box Office.

Part of the Middlebury College Winter Carnival celebration.

Sponsored by the D-8 Alumni Association, Dean of the College, the Music Department, and Library and Information Services. Co-produced by Root7

A big thank you goes out to Tim Spears, Gus Jordan, Karen White, Peter Hamlin, Doug Adams, Francois Clemmons, Liza Sacheli, Christa Clifford, and Mack Roark who helped bring this event together.