Students and instructors from around the world could be found on Wright State University’s campus June 24-29 singing their hearts out during Camp A Cappella.
Camp A Cappella helps collegiate and high school students, adults and professionals develop and further their singing skills.
This year’s camp attracted over 300 participants, including campers from Canada, the Netherlands and United Kingdom.
Brody McDonald, who teaches music at Wright State and directs the student a cappella ensemble ETHOS, is one of the founders of the camp.
“It’s really a community that has grown beyond my wildest belief,” said McDonald, who also is director of choirs at Kettering Fairmont High School. “It’s personally fulfilling as a music teacher to see music touching lives all around the world.”
The camp concluded June 29 with a concert featuring all campers performing in the Student Union Apollo Room.