The Hofbeats and Makin’ Treble also participated in the competition, which was held in the John Cranford Adams Playhouse at Hofstra University.
“We went in extremely focused on telling a story that paid homage to LGBTQ+ rights, women’s empowerment, and the Black Lives Matter movement,” said president of Sigma’cappella, Gabby Spann ’19, a community health major. “We wanted to make sure everyone felt the emotion we put into this story through the music we made and the choreography we used. And we are grateful to have the opportunity to tell this story on the ICCA stage yet again.”
The group will compete next on March 31 at Symphony Hall Boston against groups from Northeastern University, Berklee College of Music, Pace University, Bryant University, and the University of Connecticut.
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