As the oldest a cappella group at the University of Minnesota, 7Days A Cappella is proud to have a history of strong music quality, performance abilities, and campus presence. Founded in 2003 by Anthony Brown and Brienne Foyt, 7Days began as an opportunity for a diverse group of students to come together and connect over their love of music and performance. Today, the group competes annually in ICCAs and has a history of success; in ICCA 2017, 7Days took home second place, best soloist (Erik Starkman), and best arrangement awards (Brad Woodford & Max Palmer) at their ICCA Quarterfinal. At Semifinals they were awarded 4th place, as well as best soloist (Shreya Ramanujan)!
7Days A Cappella works hard to spread the joy of quality music on campus and across the region. The group frequently performs at concerts, professional events, meetings, and high schools around the Twin Cities region. 7Days also works to expand the U of M a cappella presence by connecting with other a cappella groups from the U of M and other universities. On April 23rd 2016, we hosted a collaborative concert titled Battle for the Vox, featuring nearly all the U of M and the UW-Madison groups. The concert was a massive success, nearly selling out the Northrop Auditorium with a seating capacity of 2700—the largest on campus. Stay tuned for ICCA and Battle for the Vox in the spring!