Vocal Entertainment: reimagined. redefined. reVoiced.
Since 2012, reVoiced has gained a reputation for captivating audiences, creating their own sound by “revoicing” familiar classics.
These five charismatic entertainers bring their distinct personalities together to create an unforgettable vocal experience. Its members have received countless vocal accolades, performing on Broadway and television shows like American Idol and The Sing-Off.
One of the group’s long-held commitments is their self-managed Music in Schools Tour, where they’ve raised almost $70,000 for music education programs across the country. In 2017, reVoiced expanded their community outreach by partnering with Best Buddies International, a non-profit organization that promotes awareness for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. True to their roots, reVoiced strives to make music that makes a difference.
Vocal Point is a 15 member, auditioned, a cappella Vocal Band based out of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau
High School, in Galesville, WI.
Vocal Point has participated in the International Championship for High School a cappella the past 8
years finishing in the top 20 groups in the country each year, receiving awards every year for best soloist
and vocal percussionist.
In 2015 they were invited to take part in the first ever a cappella festival at Carnegie Hall Hosted by
musical producer of the movie Pitch Perfect, Deke Sharon.
In the spring of 2017 they won the ICHSA Wild Card and were one of 9 groups in the country competing
at Finals in NYC. Vocal Point placed 3rd in the country and Ethan Giles took home the Best Vocal
Once again, Vocal Point went to New York for the ICHSA’s in 2018 where they placed 4th.
In 2019, Vocal Point took a break on competing in the ICHSA’s and turned their attention to doing
workshops with other high school a cappella programs. They were also one of eight groups in the country
to perform at the National a cappella Convention (NACC) in Memphis Tennessee.
Presented by the Weber Center for the Performing Arts
Performance located in the Lyche Theatre
Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 7:30 pm
$30 Reserved Seating