MILLBURN, NJ - Millburn High School’s award-winning A Cappella group Soulfege, which is student-run, will be holding it’s third annual Winter Concert Friday, Feb. 27. The free 90-minute concert will take place in Millburn High School’s cafeteria and will start at 7:30 p.m.
Soulfege A Cappella was formed in the fall of 2008. Soulfege recently competed at the International Championship of High School A Cappella, taking home the Outstanding Arrangement award for their entire set, arranged by students in the group. Soulfege is primarily a charitable organization, raising funds and awareness for Tunes to Teens, a nonprofit created by the Contemporary A Cappella Society.
Soulfege has raised more than $1,000 annually for the cause during its spring benefit concert, SAVE (Students Aid Vocal Education).
Soulfege consists of students from grades 9-12:
Robby Aronson, Ethan Bernstein, Ambika Chetal, Samuel Dantowitz, Jake Gluckman, Elizabeth Gray, Jennifer Jacobs, Lily Jacobs, David Jordan, Sarah Jordan, Miranda Kasher, Arielle Kasnetz, Kaylee LaChance, Alex Maron, Vivian Murphy, Miranda Nimmer, Kate Park-Lentz, Rachel Rubinstein, Nick Ryan, Leonard Santos, Jessi Stier, Abir Thakur, Luke Wroblewski.
For more information, find Soulfege at www.Soulfege.org