Reprise is a barbershop quartet assembled in 2001 at Brigham Young University. The singers, Tim Workman (tenor), Joel Gillsepie (lead), Rex Kocherhans (baritone), and Tad Harris (bass) are alumni of the internationally-renowned BYU Singers. Strangely enough for a barbershop, all are classically trained. The year of the group's conception (2001), Reprise won the MBNA America Collegiate Barbershop Quartet Contest held in Nashville, Tennessee with their renditions of the barbershop classics "What'll I Do?" and "Dinah".
There are at least two bands/artists with this name: 1) A rock band from New York
2) Three Roman Catholic priests from Ireland. 1) This State-of-New-York foursome embraces the mythic garage-rock-psych sounds of yesterday while creating the music of tomorrow in their own image. Hypnotic guitar lines, fuzzed-out organ and tribalistic back beats build the foundations of their unusual and original sound.
1) Celebration is a psychedelic soul band based out of Baltimore Md. Celebration is comprised of singer Katrina Ford, multi-instrumentalist Sean Antanaitis and drummer David Bergander... and additional rotating memebers: Walker Teret plays bass, sometimes guitar, percussion and backing vocals, Tony Drummond, plays keys, percussion and backing vocals, Tommy Rouse plays guitar and percussion.
In the beginning the band as a three piece's sound was centered around the unique output provided by all the instruments played by Antanaitis in the studio as well as live.
The Polyphonic Spree are a psychedelic pop group which formed in 2000 in Dallas, Texas, United States. The band's core members are Tim DeLaughter (lead vocals, guitar), Mark Pirro (bass) and Bryan Wakeland (drums), all former members of the alternative rock band Tripping Daisy. The band also contains 5 backing vocalists and 12 musicians. The band's lineup has generally been stable since their formation.
The ACM Gospel Choir was formed at "The Academy of Contemporary Music" a specialist music industry college. The choir was created by Headed by Musical Director Mark De-Lisser, for students wishing to take their individual vocal abilities and apply them chorally with like-minded students. The choir shot to fame on the BBC singing competion "Last Choir Standing"
A world renowned choir from Uppsala Sweden. Sings all kinds of music in local events such as the "Caprice" which is a humouristic event with both serious vocal numbers as well as enterpretations of all kinds of music, both contemporary and older. The choir takes tours all around the world. It recently finished a tour i Japan.
Steven and Stijn Kolacny formed Scala in 1996. This exceptional youth choir from the town of Aarschot, Belgium is comprised of approximately 60 teenage girls, with Stijn conducting and Steven accompanying on piano. Scala's progress has been phenomenal from the very start. They quickly gained a reputation as one of Europe’s leading vocal ensembles, and achieved outstanding success at choir competitions throughout the world. (http://www.last.fm/music/Scala/+wiki)