The Exchange displays vocal range

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cheap best price soft viagra The University of West Florida Campus Activities Board turned up the volume on Thursday when acapella group The Exchange took to the auditorium stage to kick off the first of the scheduled fall semester events.

terazosin and viagra interaction with other drugs The Exchange is the all-male acapella group that shot to fame during its time on NBC’s “The Sing-Off.” Now, the group has just completed its fourth world tour and is soon to release their newest tour dates.

follow link The event, held by CAB, began at 8 p.m. Thursday with a live performance from The Exchange and then a showing of the movie “Pitch Perfect 2.”

go site CAB members and student volunteers welcomed guests at the entrance.

see url “Tonight I am volunteering,” said Cayla Miraglia, a freshman health science major and SGA member. “It was really easy. I went on the CAB page and they gave me information on how to get involved through Argopulse.”

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As the audience filled the auditorium, the excitement was apparent. People from all over campus and the community took time out of the long week to come see the performance.

“I heard about it from my residence hall, and I’ve been studying all day so I was ready to get out of the library,” said Quiton Leith, a junior exercise science major.

CAB Vice President Brandon Wood and Co-Sponsorship Chair Kishane Patel took the stage to introduce The Exchange and make sure the crowd was ready to enjoy the night.

The five members of the vocal group come from different areas and make up the different vocal parts. Aaron Sperber, first tenor; Alfredo Austin, second tenor; Christopher Diaz, bass singer; Jamal Moore, baritone; and Richard Steighner, primarily percussion (aka beat-boxer), make up the rich sound of The Exchange.

Diaz could be seen checking his phone periodically throughout the set. However, instead of it being for an important text or two, it was for professional reasons.

“When I pull out my cellphone, it is not to check my texts,” he said. “I’m using this as my pitch pipe, because it’s 2015, and who uses pitch pipes anymore?”

Having just arrived back in the United States after their last overseas tour, The Exchange expressed a genuine happiness to be home. The group said multiple times how happy they were to be able to spend the night performing at UWF.

“Tonight is awesome for a couple reasons. First being because tonight is about acapella, which is what we do,” Diaz said. “A movie about acapella is good for all of us, because now you know it’s a real thing, not just something you do in college. We get paid, believe it or not, to do acapella, which is pretty cool.”