The reason behind my 1-man a cappella quartet videos

1-man a cappella quartet Christmas recordings

Ryan Noakes  November 29, 2020 at 1:30 pm

Hot on the heels of the announcement that Slow No Tempo is returning to the Quarantet approach for Christmas recordings, I was commissioned to record a 1-man a cappella quartet recording of Carol of the Bells. Check it out:

This was quite a fun exercise, so I think I’ll make a few more as we head into the Christmas season. I will be posting them all on my YouTube channel and then embed them here. If you want to make sure you don’t miss any, I’d humbly suggest you subscribe to the channel.

I hope you enjoy these videos, and Merry All Of The Things!

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Ryan Noakes

Ryan Noakes was born in 1979 in Kamloops, British Columbia, where he grew up thinking life was a musical with his parents constantly playing and singing along with records. An accomplished singer, he has been a member of numerous choirs and vocal ensembles and performed in several musical theatre productions. Ryan received his BMus in composition from the University of Victoria in 2008. At UVic he was a two-time recipient of the Murray Adaskin Prize in Music Composition. Ryan also helped to establish two new vocal ensembles at the university. After graduating from UVic, he was instrumental in the creation of the Vancouver Island Chamber Choir; as a founding member, manager, and composer-in-residence. In 2010 Ryan relocated to Vancouver and received his MMus in composition from the University of British Columbia in 2012. He has recently returned to his home town of Kamloops.

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