Time to donate your refundable bottles and cans– Please start saving them if you haven’t already! The CAPA Bottle & Can drive is a fun and high-spirited event and volunteers are always appreciated for their service. The Drive is a significant fund-raiser for the Wayland High School visual and performing arts programs and CAPA needs your refundable cans and bottles more than ever! High School student volunteers will receive community service hours to use toward their graduation requirements. Contact CAPA at Contact@WHSArts.org for more information on how to volunteer. Please help us to support the Arts in our schools!
Please join us for the 2nd annual CAPA Fundraiser at Sandy Burr CC on November 2, 2019 from 7:30-11 pm which is sure to be a BLAST! This year’s musical line-up will include the WHS Jazz Band, an amazing student band and Wayland City Limits will top it off! Cash bar and adults only please!
Three talented college a cappella groups are coming to the Wayland High School Theater to perform at the Spring College A Cappella Concert on Saturday, April 6, at 7:30 pm. Harvard University’ s Krokodiloes, Tufts’ Jackson Jills, and Northeastern’s Nor’easters will be joined by WHS’ own T-Tones, Muses and Madrigals for a night of great entertainment. Join CAPA as we mark the spring season by coming to see these exuberant groups sing and entertain!
Saturday, December 1 — 7:30pm, WHS Main Stage
A highlight of the Wayland holiday season–the College A Cappella Concert–is almost here. Wayland High School’s talented a cappella groups – the Muses, T-Tones and Madrigals – will appear in concert on Saturday, December 1 at 7:30pm in the Wayland High School Theater, along with three outstanding college groups — the award-winning co-ed Berklee Upper Structure, the all-female Boston University Chordially Yours, and the all-male Brown University Jabberwocks. MCs for the event will be seniors, Jack Gaddis and Tucker Jones.
Upper Structure is an award-winning co-ed a cappella group from Berklee College of Music. Their most recent accomplishments are placing 2nd at the ICCA Finals in New York City, being featured on the Best of Collegiate A Cappella 2018 album for their rendition of “She Used to Be Mine,” and releasing their debut album, “Bridges.” They are currently working on recording their second full-length album to be released in Spring 2019.
The Madrigals (Mads) are Wayland High School’s co-ed a cappella group being featured this week as well. Under the direction of seniors, Alexa Calder and Emma DiIanni, the Madrigals are 12 members strong and are the oldest a cappella group at Wayland High School. They sing everything from pop covers to rock classics. Director, Alexa Calder, notes, “We’re a fun, coed group and we’ve been working really hard for the upcoming concerts. It’s been really cool being a director so far and we all can’t wait to perform on Saturday.”
Priced at $18, tickets are still available at Donelan’s, Russell’s Garden Center, and here: Buy Tickets Here
In previous years, tickets to the fall concert have sold out, so purchase early to guarantee a seat. Pictures, videos, and additional information are available on the concert’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/collegeacappella/, and on the CAPA website at www.whsarts.org .
The bi-annual college a cappella concerts (fall and spring) are major fundraisers for the Creative Arts Parents Association (CAPA), the organization that supports all Wayland High School arts, music and theater programs. For more information, to join the mailing list, or to make a donation, visit www.whsarts.org.
CAPA is happy to announce we are holding a fundraiser concert, bringing together local musical talent and featuring some of our own students. Come kick up your heels and help us start off the school year with some friends, fun, drinks, and listen to some great music too!
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