And high time for a Foreign Exchange quartet update.
We’ve been pretty busy this spring, which is a good thing.
We launched our CD in April, our chorus threw us a great release party and we’re
Sounds of the Seacoast show
happy to report that the CD is selling well and that we’re getting great feedback!
Also in April we hosted the Boston Harmony Sweepstakes A Cappella festival where
Fermata Town placed first.
They were awesome!
At the end of April our chorus hosted Harmony Incorporated Area 2 Contest which kept us all very busy. It was great seeing all our barbershop friends and to wear our crowns.
We do love shiny things
In May we took a break.
In June we rehearsed and had 2 performances in 1 weekend.
It’s great when we get to see Morgan twice in one month.
We also submitted a video for the “Outside the Box” A cappella contest which will happen on July 15th.
We were recently notified that we are entered in that contest!
If you are in the area, the whole week looks to be a lot of fun with lots of free events around downtown Boston.
Check out the website for more info.
For now we wish you all a fantastic summer!!
Our Kickstarter Project is right on track.
We are at 75% of our goal and are gearing up for a final fundraising effort.
It’s hard to put into words how grateful we are to all of those that have pre-purchased CD’s and have made additional pledges.
The outpouring of support and the kindness of members in the singing community is humbling.
Thank you ALL so much!!!
If you haven’t checked out our Kickstarter project yet, please do so now!
This is a tale of woe and discrimination towards Canadians!
Yesterday I get a message on my phone. I saw the caller was from California so I first thought it was a telemarketer. Who else would be calling me from California?
When I listened to the message, I nearly hit the floor. It was NBC calling. Yes, the TV network. They were wondering if me and the ladies from Foreign Exchange would like to audition for the upcoming season of America’s Got Talent. They were coming to Boston and wanted to set up an audition time.
OMG! I couldn’t stop giggling. We could be on TV! This was awesome!
Today I call the nice gentleman from the casting department of NBC. We have a great chat, set up the audition time and he gets all the vital details about the quartet. Then we get to the part where we all need to be American. Oh no! Although Nanda and I are Permanent Residents, Morgan is Canadian! She cannot be a part of the show! Even a student visa would not be enough. So we sadly said our goodbyes. Our chance of fame and fortune was over. We could not even audition.
C’est la vie, eh?
What do they say, at least it was an honour to be nominated?
We have spent the last year recording our debut album “Made in America”
Please click on the link to watch the video, get a sneak peek of the music and a chance to support our project.
Exciting times ahead!!!
We are days away from starting our “Kickstarter” Fundraiser.
Over the past year we’ve recorded our debut CD called “Made in America”.
It will finally drop this spring!
We’ve had a great time recording all of our favorite songs and can’t wait to release the CD. Our target date is April 12th but that can only happen if we can raise enough funds. We have thought of some creative ways to give back to you if you donate!
Check in soon to see what we have planned!!!