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A Cappella

Mason is an a cappella professional with over a decade of experience in the pro scene and experience across a myriad of genres, from Motown to madrigals.  She is an alumna of the University of Michigan's prestigious all-gender group Amazin' Blue - with them she served as Performance Director and choreographed their cinematic ICCA Finals set "Chasing Love", racking up Outstanding Choreography awards along the way.  She currently sings with two ensembles in New York, BLACKOUT NYC and 5-woman vocal band VICE, for whom she serves as Creative Director.  With these groups she's made appearances at 54 Below, Green Room 42, and Good Morning America.  Mason also serves as an a cappella educator; learn more below.

A Cappella Education & Clinics

Mason serves as an educator and visual clinician for a cappella groups around the nation, leading workshops for both scholastic groups, middle school through collegiate, and non-scholastic groups looking to tune up their storytelling and movement presentation.  She works to help performers find their unique identities, build cohesive narratives in their repertoire and competition sets, and understand the "why" of singing and moving in addition to the "how"!  She offers both a masterclass-style clinic for work on specific rep as well as an instructional course to help students learn how to apply storytelling techniques to their music on their own.   She has brought her clinics to many a cappella festivals, including Boston Sings [BOSS] and Highlands A Cappella Festival.  Past clients include Pace Frequency (ICCA Northeast Quarterfinal 2nd Place), Jefferson NJ's Elevate, Clarkston MI's Detroit Voice (ICHSA Great Lakes Semifinalists), and Ithaca College's Ithacappella (ICCA Central Semifinal 2nd Place).  Mason has also served as an ICCA judge. If you're interested in learning more about working with Mason in this capacity, please use the contact form on this website to inquire about rates and availability.



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