Primary Instrument: Vocalist
The Boston Globe calls SYNCOPATION the 21st Century Manhattan Transfer or Lambert, Hendricks and Ross and it is easy to see why. Like those legendary vocal groups, Syncopation performs jazz and pop music in four-part harmony with a style that is both timeless and up-to-the- minute. As an added treat, each of the singers also plays an instrument or two -- like trumpet, trombone, piano, and percussion -- providing the excitement of a band much larger in size.
You may have seen Syncopation on WBZ-TV singing with the Boston Pops on their 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular (2009). The group often performs with instrumental accompaniment of piano, bass and drums, but they are equally renowned for their a cappella singing, which has earned them regional and national awards from Harmony Sweepstakes.
Awards:New England Harmony Sweepstakes winner, 2008
Thoroughly modern, bright, and fresh take on ensemble jazz vocals that effectively updates the entire genre. --All About Jazz
A New Dance, 2002
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