in acchord

In Acchord would love to perform for your event. We've been everywhere from the Benedum and Byham Theaters to weddings, coffee houses and corporate events.

Contacts:, Dan Klein: 412.422.0285

What We Do: We perform a cappella (without instrumental or recorded accompaniment), with selections from modern and classic pop. In general, we can provide up to a one-hour set of music for "single audience" events (i.e. one performance for a static audience), or repeat the performance with variations for "fluid audience" situations (i.e. drop-in, moving crowd, etc.). We feature an expanded repertoire for the holiday season.

Scheduling: If you are thinking about including us in your event, contact us as soon as possible so that we can check the availability of your performance dates with our singers. Don't think that even months ahead of time is too early -- it's not!

Rates: Rates for performance are negotiable and based on the length of the engagement, the in-demand nature of the time slot, and the size and visibility of the venue.

Charity: In Acchord has performed gratis for special causes in the past. We will be happy to consider requests for the donation of a performance on a case-by-case basis.

Contact: To inquire about our availability for a particular date, you can contact our executive members by emailing or by calling the number above. In order to give you a timely response, we ask that you be able to provide probable dates and times for your event, an approximate audience size, information about the venue (indoors/outdoors, etc.), and your desired performance length.

Technical Considerations: We prefer to be mic'ed, as it allows our singers to deliver a more nuanced performance and provides a better overall audience experience. If your venue has its own sound system and mics, we can be available for sound checks. If you do not have your own equipment but your venue is appropriate for a sound system, we can provide our own. We will be happy to sing "live and unplugged" for more intimate venues that would be better served by a non-amplified performance.