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Faux Paz fall 2015 FREE BIG SHOW!!

Come to the Hoff Theater in Stamp to see Faux’s free fall 2015 big show!! The show will start at 7:30, and feature special guest group The Deltones from the University of Delaware! We’ll be covering a wide range of popular artists such as Sam Smith, Hozier, Jason Derülo, and more, as well as some […]

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Fall A Cappella Showcase

Come join us this Friday for some music provided by us, the UMD Treblemakers, Faux Paz, and special guest group Extreme Measures from the University of Connecticut! We’ll be singing for you in the Baltimore Room in Stamp, and doors open at 7:30 – see you then!

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FAUX PAZ FALL MID SEMESTER LADY AUDITIONS!

Do you like to sing? If you’re looking for a fun way to get involved with singing on campus, then take advantage of Faux Paz’s mid semester auditions! We are looking for FEMALE VOICES ONLY this time around, so any and all sopranos and altos are encouraged to come audition! Auditions will take place in […]

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A Cappella Showcase

For the first time ever, Maryland’s state capital will host an A Cappella Showcase featuring Vox Pop, KeyStone, UMD Faux Paz, and all-female high school group St. Mary’s Nothing but Treble! This one-night special event will be presented by the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis.

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The Transcripts – January 22, 2013

Hey there, Embassy Fans!  This is Jeeves in Washington, DC.  I’m trying out a new type of Embassy Briefing and I hope you guys will enjoy it!  Our own, Brian Brandler, took our original Embassy Briefing and ran with it – posting once or twice a week on our Facebook page and Twitter (which you […]

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Alternate Take: Mics For All?

Deke Sharon is, for all intents and purposes, the “father” of contemporary a cappella. When he gives the a cappella community advice, we listen.  For obvious reasons, it’s hard to argue with the guy… However, I simply do not agree with the message in one of his recent blogs.  Sharon, inspired by some collegiate groups’ […]

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