The Melodores - 11 chanteurs à capella -lundi 6 mars 2017 20:30Accueil du théâtre
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11 chanteurs américains nous offrent un magnifique concert à capella

Le lundi 6 mars à 20h30

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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.


The Melodores perform, on average, thirty concerts for Vanderbilt's greek community, charitable organizations, and administration's events each year. They also perform biannual concerts for the student body, faculty, and general public, and make numerous impromptu appearances across campus. Notable performances have been for Vanderbilt's Monroe Carrell Children's Hospital and Vanderbilt Best Buddies. They also perform for the greater Nashville community, singing at local high schools, corporate events, and national conferences, and occasionally work with the Barbershop Harmony Society, which is locally headquartered. The Melodores were also featured performers at Nashville's TEDx Conference in March 2014.

In addition, the Melodores go on a fall tour each year. Tours in previous years include trips to Chicago, Boston, and Los Angeles among others. Wherever they go they give performances at local high schools to talk about continuing with music in college, stimulate interest in applying to Vanderbilt, and to raise awareness of A Cappella music. In addition, while on tour they have performed alongside some of the country's best collegiate and professional groups.


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