Now in its 29th year, SOS won’t be able to bring an audience together in one place, but beginning as of February 27, you’ll be able to experience it online.
Rainy days keep us all inside, not totally unlike a pandemic, but music helps to make it better. With that in mind, the Augmented 8 present Oak Thorne’s arrangement of “Here’s That Rainy Day.”
Scott O’Gorman, who died April 3, 2020 at the age of 87, was a beloved member of the Augmented 8. He sang with the group for over forty years from 1964 to the early 2000’s. Scott was a true bass (basso profundo) with a fierce loyalty to the group and wonderful sense of humor that […]
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Saturday, February 22, 2020 – 8:00 pm
28th Annual “Sing Out for Shelter”
The Augmented 8 welcomes:
The Princeton University Katzenjammers
Venus D Minor
Maret School Grace Notes
Award-Winning A Cappella Concert for the Homeless
Augmented 8 Opening for The Doox of Yale.
Sunday, January 5, 2020, 5-6:30 PMSt.
Columba’s Episcopal Church (Tenleytown)
4201 Albemarle Street, Washington, D.C. 20016
Originally founded at an all-male Yale in 1952 as the Duke’s Men of Yale, Doox is the university’s first all-gender tenor/baritone/bass a cappella singing group, with a repertoire that is an exciting mix of old favorites and contemporary hits (from Rodgers and Hart to Queen to Rihanna).
We celebrate the life and mourn the loss of Bill Koplowitz, who died peacefully at home on September 26th. Loving husband of the late Maria Albanese Koplowitz, a cherished brother, father, grandfather and friend to many, we were graced with Bill’s intelligence, wit, humor and generosity for 94 years.
Christ House observed June 12, 2019 as the Augmented 8’s official Partner Day and displayed this certificate in their front lobby. On that day, the group’s contribution from Sing Out for Shelter allowed Christ House to help 27 patients.
News Flash. Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy met with a group rumored to be candidates to succeed him on the Court, and tested their mettle by challenging them to a singing contest.
Article by Hai Yu, George Washington University, May 2017 In 1992, D.C.-based economist and a cappella singer Bill Cline was driving by Dupont Circle and was stunned to find many mentally disabled people wandering the streets, homeless. The scene reminded Cline of the impoverished Latin American countries where he had once worked. In that moment 25 […]