“…Women of the World’s victory had strong symbolic meaning. The world of a cappella can feel insular, with its own practices, codes and in-jokes, as much a commitment to heritage as to vocal excellence. It need not be that way, though. All around the world, people sing without accompaniment. They would probably have a lot to say to one another if, like here, they were to find their way into the same room.”

Jon Caramanica of The New York Times was there at Carnegie Hall for the inaugural International Championship of A Cappella Open. Here’s what he had to say about it: Read the story >