Saturday night, May 2, 2015, two a cappella singing groups performed at The Cabot, a historically important theater in downtown Beverly, MA.
The Uninvited Bridesmaids are a female quartet that apologized for their somewhat depressing song choices. I think their melancholic style makes them unique and interesting, and I wouldn’t change that about them. Their mix and dynamics were perfect and they sang with beautiful precision.
Fermata Town is a larger group of 20-somethings from the Boston area. This was probably the most pleasing performance I’ve seen. Their recent touring has given them a shine that shows in their work. They had my son dancing from start to finish!
Thanks to Fermata Town founding member Dan Campagna for granting me photo access. It was a great room—full of moody lighting and ambiance—to shoot these beautiful people.