InChant says goodbye to quarters through song

News Release Date: 
05.29.12

Free community concert, June 7, in Morrill Hall Auditorium (donations welcomed)

Ohio State Marion’s contemporary a cappella group InChant will hold a free public concert Thursday, June 7, at 7:30 p.m., at Morrill Hall Auditorium on the Marion campus, 1465 Mount Vernon Avenue, Marion. 

The concert entitled End of Quarters will help usher out the quarter system at Ohio State and welcome semesters.  InChant will celebrate a year’s worth of new arrangements, many of which have yet to be performed in a full length concert publicly in on campus.

Audience members will be treated to an a cappella performance of original pop/rock/r&b music arrangements from this talented student group.  Songs include:  Somebody That I Used to Know by Goyte, Stereo Hearts by Adam Levine and Travie McCoy, Rollin in the Deep by Adele, Pricetag by Jessie J, Happy Together by the Flobots, and Forget You by Cee Lo Green, in addition to a number of traditional vocal jazz favorites and a cappella standards.

2012 members of InChant include:  Jessica Johnson, co-president, alto; Morgan Schwartz, co-president, soprano; Matt Moloney, treasurer, bass; Matt Meade, social media manager, tenor; Danielle Young, group photographer, soprano/alto; Paige Denman, group cheerleader, alto/soprano; Adam Moloney synthesizer, bass; Nathan Garrett, music savant, tenor; Austin King arbiter, tenor; and Derrik Young webmaster, vocal percussion;

The group will be accepting donations for this concert to help defray the cost of sound equipment, music, performance travel and more. 

InChant was established in 2005 as an all-male ensemble named Mixed Nuts at The Ohio State University.  The group now claims the moniker first established contemporary a cappella group at Ohio State.  After several years the group added female voices and changed its name to InChant.  As people graduated, moved, and transferred, InChant has added new members, yet maintained their reputation as an elite singing group at The Ohio State University, solidifying their status in the collegiate a cappella music genre.  The current ensemble has been singing together for almost a year. The most tenured in the group of 4 years to those who are close to reaching their year mark. With a combined experience of 27 years in the a cappella world, InChant enjoys taking contemporary songs and putting our own spin on them to give the crowd a familiar new song.