A Capella Concert This Sunday, 5 to 6 PM at Darien Library

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Acabella was founded in 2001 by two friends who had recently moved to Darien and were eager to sing a cappella music, as they had done in college.

The group was named Acabella, which combines the musical term, a cappella, which means unaccompanied by musical instruments, and bella, the Italian word for beautiful.

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The group is currently directed by Heather Raker, one of its founders, and Carolyn Woodberry, who has been singing with the group since its inception.

Acabella music in the stacks

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Acabella sings a capella at Darien Library this Sunday afternoon.

 

Acabella presently comprises 11 women from the Lower Fairfield County area. Membership in the group is by audition, including musical exercises and a solo performance.

Members’ musical backgrounds include singing in undergraduate and graduate a cappella groups and various choirs, as well as performing in musical theater, bands and coffeehouses (and the shower, of course!).

Refreshments will be served.

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