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A Cappella has been around for quite some time now but in recent times, the hit Hollywood flick Pitch Perfect is to be credited with putting the spotlight on this wonderful form of music. Arguably, the biggest, most famous a cappella chorus in the world is now on its way to the United States to perform. It will be an event to remember for a long time to come. Book your Ronninge Show Chorus tickets and watch this barbershop styled celebration at the iconic Carnegie Hall.
A cappella is created by using one's voice to harmonize and create music without any instruments. The barbershop style has been picking up pace since the 1930's and it has now come to the point where pop culture is highly influenced by it. A cappella has become infused with other contemporary musical elements like electronic beats and is a popular medium for many young and new artists. A lot of music fans are familiar with Jimmy Fallon's house band The Roots, with whom Fallon and many celebrities covered popular songs in a cappella.
As far as the Ronninge Show Chorus is concerned, it started in 1983. It is currently one of the most successful and largest a cappella choruses in Scandinavia. They were recently crowned the International Champion Chorus of 2014 by the Sweet Adelines International.
Sweet Adelines International is the largest all-female singing organization in the world and the Ronninge Show Chorus is a chapter of this body. The institution has over a quarter of a million members from the world over. Ronninge have been around for a long time and have been Sweden's representatives in the Sweet Adelines International chorus competition for over two decades.
The most exciting and the most creditable feature of this chorus is that they have never ranked below sixth in the competition. They won first place in 1996 and 1998 in the European Championships which were held in Cardiff and Stockholm respectively. They came fourth in 2001 in Portland and captured the same position in 2004 at the event held in Indianapolis. They came second in the 2011 Houston edition.
They won the competition in November 2013 when it was held in Honolulu. They won a gold medal after receiving the highest score ever awarded in a world competition. This was also the first time that a gold medal had been won by a chorus not hailing from the United States.
The Ronninge Show Chorus is known to be one of the world's best barbershop choruses with a very diverse and vast repertoire. Ronninge Show Chorus tickets provide fans with the chance to experience barbershop style songs ranging from Christmas classics all the way to jazzy Rat Packs. They have performed for small audiences at company events, as well as for sizeable crowds at large concerts. They aim to be ground-breaking and original with regards to their performances and how they do things. It has worked for them till now so why change. The Ronninge Show Chorus aspire to put on a great show every time they perform, offering fans an experience that remains with them forever.
The Ronninge Show Chorus performs at the Stjärnjul annually which is the largest Christmas chorus concert held in Stockholm. At this event they share the stage with The Entertainment, which is a male barbershop chorus, and a few other artists. Britt-Heléne Bonnedahl leads the Ronninge Show Chorus, accompanied by Anna Alvring who has been the co-director since 2006.
Pitch Pipe, the official Sweet Adeline International magazine, said that the Ronninge Show Chorus leaves the audience “breathless and slack-jawed” and described it as being an “explosion of sound artistry.” The Ronninge Show Chorus is undeniably something which is worth watching. It explores aspects of music and artistry that are different to what a lot of people are used to. Pop culture already has a spot for barbershop and as the chorus comes to the Carnegie Hall, this is your chance to see what makes it so special.