In SoJam’s 13th year, we’re reaching out to the most talented people we know in a cappella and challenging them to help shape a festival better than any in our history — all in an unforgettable interactive format designed to challenge, educate, and inspire.
- Vanderbilt Melodores
- Naturally 7
- Competition Winner
* The price shown is the total cost without taxes/fees, including the cost for tickets to the evening events that must be purchased through the Emory Box Office.
** Groups only. Competitors selected by a panel, submissions must be received by the submission deadline. Masterclasses and AcaBombs assigned on a first come, first serve basis.
Naturally 7 is more than just your average singing group. Its members have perfected an intriguing a cappella style they’ve branded as “Vocal Play”—singing as instruments. Stepping beyond R&B and pop, Naturally 7 taps into various genres from traditional gospel and rock to 17th century baroque that on the surface don’t seem to mesh. But in the hands of musical director/first baritone/rapper Thomas and his six enterprising cohorts—brother Warren Thomas (drums, third tenor), Rod Eldridge (first tenor, turntables, trumpet), Napoleon “Polo” Cummings (fourth tenor, guitar), Dwight Stewart (second baritone, trombone), Garfield Buckley (second tenor, harmonica) and Armand “Hops” Hutton (bass)—the impossible becomes possible.
Women of the World was formed to bring women musicians from across the globe onto a common platform to collaborate and create, not only through the sharing of music, but also to explore and celebrate the differences in ideologies, and cultural tenets that exist in the daily lives of women all over the world. Honoring global folk traditions, their repertoire spans music in 27 languages. In many ways, the ensemble is a microcosm of the world, with members working closely together, not just to create and perform music, but also learning about each other’s countries, cultures, languages, beliefs and practices.
The Melodores were formed in 2009 by a group of guys dedicated to the creation of a long lasting musical brotherhood. Just two years later, The Melodores were performing on an international stage and placed third in the world at the 2011 International Championships of Collegiate A Cappella. Last fall, the group was selected to compete in Season 5 of NBC’s The Sing Off in Hollywood – the judges crowned them Sing Off champions, where they received $50,000 and the opportunity to travel throughout the country performing on The Sing Off Tour.
This year, The Melodores have performed across the country in Kentucky, Illinois, California, Florida, Georgia, and New York City as well as embarking on an international spring tour. The group will also be releasing their debut Christmas album on the night of SoJam, titled “A Melo Little Christmas”
*Schedule subject to change. Specific times and locations of all activities still to be announced.
|Friday, November 13, 2015|
|5:00 PM||Registration (open until 8:00 PM)
Emerson Concert Hall Lobby, Schwartz Center Emory University
Emerson Concert Hall, Schwartz Center, Emory University
|Saturday, November 14, 2015|
|8:30 AM||Late Registration (for those who did not attend Friday evening activities)
Entrance of White Hall, Emory University
|9:00 AM||Arranging 101
|The Vocal Jam
|Get Your Album On Track
Alex Green, Alexander Koutzoukis
|Vocal Percussion for the Fresh and Curious
|10:15 AM||Open Masterclass
Women of the World, Competition Winner
|Advanced Arranging Techniques
|Performing in a Post Glee World: Beginning Staging for the Non-dancer
|11:30 AM||Masterclasses / Lunch|
|12:00 PM||Barbershop Concert|
|2:00 PM||Open Masterclass
Naturally 7, Competition Winner
|Creating an Effective Rehearsal Environment
|Advanced Vocal Percussion
|3:15 PM||Creating an Identity for Your College A cappella Group
The Sing-Off Champs: Vanderbilt Melodores
|Sing it Like You Mean It
|Singing in All Styles
|No Such Thing as Semipro
|4:30 PM||Riff-Off Competition
|Stuff We Hate
Alex Green, Alexander Koutzoukis
|5:30 PM||Dinner Break|
|7:30 PM||Professional Showcase feat. Naturally 7, Women of the World
Emerson Concert Hall, Schwartz Center, Emory University
|Sunday, November 15, 2015|
|10:00 AM||Music Director’s Roundtable
|DIY Recording: From Idea to iTunes
|11:15 AM||Choreographer’s Roundtable
|Put Out the Dumpster Fire: The Art of Notation
|12:30 PM||CASA Forum
Advanced Arranging Techniques (Tom Anderson)
Got a few arrangements under your belt? Ready to really get your hands dirty? One of the top names in contemporary a cappella arranging takes you under the hood and shows you how to make your charts purr like the pros’.
Advanced Vocal Percussion (Paul Koziel)
Arranging 101 (Jon Smith)
Have you always wanted to arrange but had no idea where to start? This is the class for you! Learn the step by step process of how to arrange from start to finish, what to do when you hit a road block, and how to get creative with it!
Come chat with the team behind CASA, and have your voice heard regarding compliments, complaints, and everything in between.
Choreographers Roundtable (TeKay)
A roundtable discussion for performance directors and choreographers. When your bend and snaps no longer whip and crack! Limited Enrollment (request your spot).
Creating a Successful Rehearsal Environment (Jon Smith)
Creating a successful rehearsal environment is key when directing an a cappella group. Learn how to prepare beforehand, how to control a rehearsal, and how to establish a camaraderie between you and your peers. Taking your group to competition can be stressful, hear how Jon Smith dealt with that and took a group who had never placed at a Quarterfinal, to placing 3rd at ICCA Finals. You’ll also hear tips on vocal exercises, how to address problems of pitch, blend and rhythm, tips on arranging and much more.
Creating an Identity for Your College A Cappella Group (with The Sing-Off Champions, The Vanderbilt Melodores)
From small college campuses with a few groups to huge universities that have as many as 20 groups, the number of collegiate a cappella groups is daunting and constantly growing. How can you make your group stand out on campus and in the national spotlight? The Melodores will be giving an overview of their approach to arranging, directing, performance, and marketing that will help your group make a name for themselves in the collegiate a cappella community. The workshop will be led by Musical Director James McHugh and will feature a special performance by The Melodores.
DIY Recording: From Idea to iTunes (Michael Smith, Logan Emlet)
Thinking about recording an album? Its easier than ever to do so in a home studio setting! Learn tips and tricks that the pros use to get the best sound out of performers when recording a track, as well as gain insight into the technical know-how needed to make your track shine. Attendees will walk away with an in-depth understanding of the recording process for use on their next project.
Get Your Album on Track (Alexander Koutzoukis, Alex Green)
Do you record albums every other year just because “that’s how it’s always been”? Are you a new group looking to get your name out there? Whatever the impetus, come join us for a discussion about WHY you’re making an album and HOW to get the most out of the relationship between you and your producer(s) and get all involved parties excited about what you’re making. Topics will include the particulars of song selection, how/where/when to record, the studio process, normal costs involved, album artwork and liner notes, printing CDs, and online distribution, to name just a few.
Music Directors Round Table (Jon Smith)
Meet other MD’s and discuss different ideas, tricks and tips on how to get your group to be their best! Limited Enrollment (request your spot).
No Such Thing as Semipro: All Things Money (Kevin Badanes)
If you are a working ensemble, or getting ready to move into the world of singing for pay, this is for you. How do you get gigs? What are the realities of the professional a cappella scene, and how can you monetize what you love to do? This seminar/roundtable will give you a chance to ask questions and get a firm grip on everything you can expect to face when competing for a presenter’s dollar.
Performing in a Post-Glee World: Beginning staging for the non-dancer (TeKay)
Staging for a cappella concerts can be a lot of fun, but what happens when you’ve put all your time into your ICCA/ICHSA set and have a 2-hour fall concert to perform. This is the class for you. As much as purists like to pretend it isn’t, a cappella is as much a visual medium as it is an aural one. This intro class is for performance directors who want to break the semi-circle habit that plagues many groups. But also quell members’s fear of becoming a show choir. Using some basic principles of staging and movement you can put together a quick(yet well-designed) show.
Put Out the Dumpster Fire: The Art of Notation (Tom Anderson)
If they can’t read it, they’re going to have a hell of a time trying to sing it. This workshop teaches you simple but important practices that make your scores cleaner and easier to read, so that your group can spend less time breaking the Enigma cipher and more time making music.
Riff-Off Competition (Silverberg)
Grab your friends and prepare to compete! The second annual Sojam riff off is about to begin. Come watch the competition and then join the fun in a free-for-all riff off showdown!
Sing It Like You Mean It (Ariel Arbisser)
These days it seems like singing is all about belting into the stratosphere and riffing as much as humanly possible – but in this class it’s about being genuine, vulnerable, and taking your audience on a journey with you. Learn techniques to not only connect with your performance as a soloist, but also as a supporting group singer, and how to consider arranging, choreographing, and performing the song in a way that will enhance your message rather than distract from it.
Singing in All Styles (Erin Hackel)
This class will overview the basics of singing in all styles. Basic physiology, anatomy and technique will be discussed and put into practice by the whole class. We will spend time discussing how to belt healthfully and how to completely eliminate the dreaded “crack” in the voice.
Smarter Recording (Rick Thomas)
So you understand the basics of recording: what a mic is, what editing and mixing do, and generally what it takes to make a contemporary a cappella track. But what if you’re looking to take your tracks to the next level and really make some studio magic? CARA-nominated and RARB-recognized producer Rick Thomas of Richard Thomas Music will walk you through how to bring your A-game to your group’s recording projects in an interactive session designed to answer your most pressing questions, discuss some of the most common pitfalls and how to avoid them, and reveal some tips and tricks of the studio!
Solo Consultations (Ariel Arbisser)
Attend my first workshop “Sing It Like You Mean It” and then apply the Meisner Techniques you learned to the solos you’re working on in this open masterclass! I’ll break down a solo with you to help you get the most effective performance possible. Not only will we discuss the meaning of the lyrics and make sure you’re connected and using all the tools at your disposal to “live truthfully within the imaginary circumstances” of the song, but we’ll also touch on the more detailed and technical things such as breath support, intonation, ornamentation, and interpretation. Limited Enrollment (request your spot).
Stuff We Hate (Koutzoukis, Green et al)
Join a panel of a cappella professionals as we (attendees included) discuss the stuff we hate, from on-stage gripes to song selection to recording ticks and everything in between, as well as our suggestions for alternatives and solutions. Participation is encouraged, so come prepared with your own hates and help for others!
The Vocal Jam (Revathi Murthy)
Can singers “jam” like instrumentalists? Can singers spontaneously compose a song together? Can exercising your improvisation muscles make you and your group invincible? Yes, Yes and Yes! Come fill your improvisation toolkit with techniques that you can use as a soloist, as well as a group member!
Vocal Percussion for the Fresh and Curious (beginner) (Nic Parsons)
Vocal Percussion is fun and with a solid set of basic principals and motivations, it can stay fun and serve you through your college career and beyond. This class will give any curious soul the the simple mechanical “Brooms-n-Stats” (you’ll come out knowing what VP is and how to help your group) but you’ll also get first hand experience in how playfulness and experimentation are and will always be at the center of today’s motivating and inspiring vocal percussion.
Masterclasses will be assigned on a first come, first served basis. Purchase your tickets today to reserve your spot!
Tom Anderson’s arrangements can be heard on multiple issues of the BOCA, Sing!, and Voices Only compilations and on the hit NBC a cappella showcase “The Sing-Off”. His arranging clients include 5-time Grammy winners the Swingle Singers, award-winning a cappella solo artist Peter Hollens, ICCA champions Pitch Slapped, and dozens of other vocal groups across the country (and occasionally beyond). A former member of pro a cappella groups Ball in the House and Four Shadow and original music director of UW-Eau Claire Fifth Element, Tom is the founder and owner of Random Notes LLC, an arranging service specializing in vocal music for groups of all styles, makeups, and abilities, and situated cozily online at www.random-notes.com.
Ariel Arbisser is a versatile, in demand performer based in Ithaca, NY. In addition to The Funx, her diverse lineup of projects include soul outfit The Jeff Love Band, powerhouse female ensemble Lady Jaye, and experimental funk duo, Frisky Business. Ariel got her start with the Cornell Chordials with whom she became a nationally recognized soloist, and co-produced two of their award-winning albums. After Cornell, Ariel graduated from the Actor’s Workshop of Ithaca where she studied the Meisner Technique and went on to become both a lead in their theater company and a teacher’s assistant. From her Meisner roots she developed the teaching module “Sing It Like You Mean It,” which she continues to teach at festivals and schools nationwide. She serves as Program Manager of Marketing for CASA, and is on the Board of Trustees for the Melodramatics Theatre Company, Inc.
Dr Kevin Badanes has been directing and singing with cappella small ensembles for twenty five years. His Virginia Tech Chamber Singers were the only American choir selected for the San Juan Coro international festival in 2002. Badanes is the founder and musical director of Avante, the professional a cappella vocal jazz octet based in the Triangle. He is in demand as a clinician, conductor, and arranger, and has presented performers and classes on small ensemble singing at the American Choral Director’s Association festivals in New York, Virgina and West Virginia. Kevin Badanes has conducted clinics with high school and college ensembles on subjects of rehearsal efficiency, blend, tuning, and how to listen. He is the owner of Standing Ovation Arts, a musical management agency specializing in singers and ensembles
Student, director, producer, teacher – all told, it is a rare moment when Logan ISN’T doing something related to music. Logan laid his a cappella roots with the Crescendudes from University of Central Florida, where he joined in 2009 and quickly rose to Assistant Director, then Music Director. So inspired by his love for teaching and directing music, he changed paths and returned to school to pursue a career in vocal music education. Now a producer with Momentum Studios as well as a private voice instructor, Logan continues to study, practice and teach music, seeking to bring out the best in every performer.
Alex Green is a recording engineer, producer, and arranger from New York City. He is a graduate of Tufts University with a dual degree in Music and Archaeology, where he sang with and directed the Tufts Amalgamates and with whom he recorded 2011′s Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award (CARA)-winning Hands Off The Mannequin. He is a co-owner and producer at Plaid Productions, a full-service a cappella production company with dual home bases in Brooklyn, NY and Somerville, MA. Clients of Plaid Productions have had songs featured on SING, BOCA, Voices Only, and have garnered over 100 CARA nominations. Since graduating in 2010, he has regularly served as a master clinician and instructor at a cappella festivals nationwide, as well as singing with Overboard (Boston, MA) and writing for the Recorded A Cappella Review Board (RARB)
Dr. Erin Hackel is an Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado, Denver. Her research and publication arc have centered around historical female belters such as Dame Vera Lynn, Yvette Guilbert and Bokken Lasson. Erin is passionate about demystifying belt voice technique and teaching singers to sing functionally in all styles. She directs the award winning collegiate a cappella groups MIX and Lark, who have placed first and second in BOSS, SoJam and the Mile High Vocal Jam. Erin has presented workshops on healthy singing techniques around the country and in Europe.
Alexander is co-owner (and producer, and engineer…) of Plaid Productions, a full-service a cappella production studio based in Boston, along with Alex Green. While attending Tufts University for computer science, he spent five years in the Beelzebubs, for two of which he was Music Director. He got his start in the field of a cappella production while working closely with Ed Boyer and Bill Hare on two award-winning Bubs albums (Pandaemonium and Play The Game) and continued along that path to help record and edit BATTLE and Helix, as well as about half of the Warblers tracks from Season 2 of Glee. He won a 2010 Best Male Collegiate Arrangement CARA for his arrangement of “All The Love In The World,” a 2012 CARA runner-up in the same category for “Kings and Queens,” and was also runner-up for Favorite Vocal Percussionist in the 2010 ACAs. He is currently Executive Producer of Boston Sings [BOSS] in addition to his graphic design work for both BOSS and SoJam.
Mild-mannered high school teacher and graduate student by day, vocal percussionist by night. He has been part of the rhthym section for Deltacappella in Memphis, TN since 2009 after spending his collegiate years in Georgia Tech’s Sympathetic Vibrations. He has assisted in scoring percussion for the a cappella opera A Midsummer Night’s Dream, taught VP-related courses at SoJam 2013 as well as VoCAL nation, and been a judge for the ICCAs for the past three years.
Revathi Murthy is a multifaceted artist who participates in many art forms ranging from community theatre to a cappella composition to vintage social dance. Her love for improvisation stems from her decade of vocal training in classical music from southern India, in addition to her brief stints singing jazz, blues, progressive rock, and dhrupad music. She has experience helping groups incorporate acting, story-telling and minimalist theatre into a cappella performances. Revathi’s always looking for new friends, sources of inspiration, and collaborators for her three ongoing projects: 1) helping vocalists jam with musicians 2) adapting arrangements for the looping station, and 3) combining minimalist theatre with a cappella music. If any of those three efforts sound compelling, contact Revathi at email@example.com for more information.
Nic came up in the burgeoning Floridian A Cappella scene as Performance Director and Vocal Percussionist of UF’s No Southern Accent where he was primarily recognized for pushing new sounds and techniques in the competitive space. Since graduation he has served as Master of Ceremonies for ICCAs and as a judge for ICHSA competitions as well as coordinating competitions for SoJams past. Outside of a cappella he continues to play with and enjoy vocal percussion on Youtube and in the local music scene in Tampa, Florida.
Marc Silverberg is an adjunct professor at Five Towns College and the Director of Education for CASA.org. He is the author of “Quest for the A cappella Major,” a blog that discusses the continuing education of contemporary a cappella music and group improvisation. He has presented workshops on vocal improvisation at several CASA.org sponsored festivals, SUNY Purchase, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in New York, The New York State School Music Association, as well as the American Choral Directors Association’s 2013 national convention. His Contemporary A cappella League Group, Satellite Lane, was crowned the 2013 and 2014 New York Harmony Sweepstakes “Audience Favorite,” as well as the recipient of “Best Arrangement.” In addition to being an a cappella clinician, conductor, and performer, he also writes original musicals and plays. His original work, He’s Not Himself, premiered Off-Broadway in 2012 as part of the New York Music Theatre Festival. He is a graduate of the University of Delaware and Westminster Choir College.
Jon Smith is an arranger, performer, and recording engineer in the Greater Philadelphia area. He is currently the Director of Vocal Arranging for The Vocal Company and is also the Music Director of Hyannis Sound, Cape Cod’s all-male professional a cappella group. Jon holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from the University of Delaware where he also studied Music Education. While at UD, Jon directed Vocal Point and helped lead them to ICCA Finals in 2014 where they placed 3rd and he received the Outstanding Arrangement Award for their entire set. Jon is a CARA-nominated arranger and his arrangements have been featured on several compilations including BOCA, Voices Only and Voices Only Forte. After having great success working with his own singers, Jon specializes as a coach and masterclass clinician for groups, almost all of whom received placements and awards during the 2015 ICCA season. In his most recent performing endeavors, Jon will be doing a short U.S. tour with The Swingles in December of 2015.
Michael got his start in the a cappella scene during his tenure as Director of the UCF Crescendudes. Since then he’s founded Momentum Studios and continued to play an active role in the production of modern a cappella. Michael’s musicianship spans over 15 years, during which time he went from plunking out notes on piano and squawking out notes on trumpet to performing at Carnegie Hall. Right now he’s just excited to take an active role in a cappella groups nationwide as a producer, and is looking forward to sharing what he knows with you.
TeKay has had the wonderful opportunity to work with many groups from around the world in masterclasses and clinics to help them create a signature style in their movement and staging look. He’s been a producer, choreographer, director and performer for most of his life.
While his experience with a cappella began as a member of RIT’s Eight Beat Measure in 2005, Rick Thomas has been extremely active in the greater a cappella community since 2010, serving as Upstate NY Ambassador, North Carolina Co-Ambassador, and now CASA Program Manager of Awards. Additionally, Rick regularly serves as a clinician for groups across the country and is an accomplished producer and mix engineer as the face of Richard Thomas Music.
The Vanderbilt Melodores were founded in the spring of 2009 by four students. A nine-member group performed for the first time in Vanderbilt’s Spotlight Showcase in August, and auditions were held soon after to form a 14-member group. The Melodores tend to have between 11 and 15 members in the group at one time, and hold yearly auditions. The Melodores’ repertoire spans multiple genres. The group is known for performing rock, hip-hop, r&b, pop, country, reggae, and more. Recently, the Melodores have delved into simulating electronic music, and it’s not uncommon to find jazz breaks and hip-hop dance features scattered throughout their songs. At random, the guys are known to break out into quartets and starting singing in barbershop harmony. There are not many bounds to the Melodores’ style.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Groups are eligible to apply for the SoJam 2015 Competition if they are made up entirely of full-time students OR are a recognized student group affiliated with a high school, college, or university and adhere to their school’s student group bylaws. All questions about this rule should be directed to a SoJam producer.
We want to see your group’s personality in your submission video! Videos should be approximately five minutes long, and must feature your group singing two stylistically contrasting songs, with at least two different soloists. Show us the creativity and musicality you will be bringing to the SoJam stage! Your submission must be a live performance and must consist of the current school year’s group members (2015-2016). Hopefully this goes without saying, but all entries must consist of vocal music only (no instruments/backing tracks). Please email your videos to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to be considered for the SoJam 2015 Scholastic Competition ALL group members must purchase All Access Passes/tickets to the concerts. No exceptions.
A diverse selection of a cappella judges, experts, and enthusiasts will serve on the Selection Committee for SoJam 2015 and will choose the top 6 groups they would like to see perform in the Scholastic Competition. Neither the Competition Judges nor the SoJam producers are part of the Selection Committee to ensure as fair a competition process as possible.
Round 1: Bells & Whistles (6 groups)
We want your group to show off as much choreo/movement/costumes/flair as you can (‘Pitch Perfect’ it up!). Over-the-top is the name of the game. You will have 8 minutes to strut your stuff for the crowd and the judges, who will choose only 4 groups to move on to Round 2.
Round 2: Show Your Strength (4 groups)
In round two you will have 5 minutes to showcase what it is that makes your group unique. Are you masters at vocal play? Avant-garde arrangements? Telling a story with your staging? Highlight whatever it is that makes you YOU. Only 2 groups will progress to the Final Round.
Round 3: Stand and Deliver (2 groups)
In the final head-to-head round you will have 8 minutes to sing. Just sing. There will be NO choreo in this round* (*minimal movement such as changing formations between songs or soloists moving forward and back from the group is allowed. Try not to overthink it, but do ask us if you have any questions). This round is purely about voices, arrangements, and musical execution. Outfits should be simple (possibly even all black). May the best vocal group win!
**Please note that only CURRENT group members will be eligible for special awards.
SoJam is a weekend-long a cappella extravaganza brought to you by The Contemporary A Cappella Society (CASA). Now in its 12th year, the festival is jam-packed with Concerts, Competitions, Master Classes and hands-on workshops led by some of the biggest names in the vocal music universe! SoJam has established itself as one of the most exciting a cappella gatherings in the world. We invite you to come see and hear for yourself – you just may change your life.
Since its founding by Dave Sperandio in 2003, SoJam has hosted hundreds of talented groups and individuals from around the globe. Each year, we strive to bring the hottest vocal talent to you, our audience. Professional groups and clinicians mixing with students and amateur singers of all sorts, hailing from locations around the world.
Founded in 1994, Aural Pleasure is Emory’s oldest co-ed a cappella group. This is not your mother’s “glee club”– AP takes pride in bringing intense energy to performances and an edge to its arrangements, sound, and style. In addition to annual concerts and various campus events, AP often journeys outside of the Emory bubble for local performances, as well as expeditions in other states! Most recently you may have seen AP competing in the ICCAs during the 2014-2015 school year where they won quarterfinals and advanced to semifinals in Florida. In the coming year, Aural Pleasure hopes to continue to take the a cappella world by storm! Be sure to stay updated on all things AP – to contact them or hear more of their aurally pleasing tunes, check out their Facebook page!
SoJam would not be possible without the generous aid of various groups, companies, and benefactors over the years. We would like to thank all of our sponsors for their financial and material contributions to the SoJam A cappella Festival.
The Contemporary A Cappella Society (CASA) is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing opportunities like SoJam and the Sing! series to students throughout the US. We appreciate the continued and growing support of everyone that has contributed their time, money and other resources available to further promote our cause.
Sponsorship is a vital part of any non-profit venture’s success, and CASA is no exception. With your help and contributions, we can not only continue to produce SoJam and the Sing! series, but continue to develop and move forward with the promotion of the genre through Scholarship programs and other initiatives.
Over the years, the SoJam festival has grown from a local gathering of collegiate and professional groups to a national and even international consortium of vocal music enthusiasts. Groups and individuals are now coming from far and wide to experience the magic of our festival. Time and time again, groups thank us for urging them to participate, relating to us how SoJam has changed their group or their appreciation for a cappella music forever.
So how can YOU help? Well, in addition to attending this year’s event (highly encouraged, of course!), you can support us monetarily. We are constantly looking to expand our ability to support and challenge the a cappella community. Some current goals include:
Interested in sponsoring SoJam? Contact Meron Mogos.
If you should receive passes to SoJam 2015 as part of a 2014 or 2015 sponsorship package, please contact Shane Ardell and we will hold these passes for you at registration / will call.