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Alexandria Harmonizers Present: The 2016 ACA Challenge
- What it is: an a Cappella singing competition
- What that means: six groups battling it out their voices alone—no instruments or longbows allowed
- The hosts: The Alexandria Harmonizers, a men’s chorus founded in 1948
- The grand prize: $1,000
- What determines the winner: the votes of both the judges and the audience
- Groups with the most musical names: All Natural, a mixed ensemble from Balitmore, MD
- Group with the most regional name: The District, an all-female group from Washington, D.C.
- Their fellow competitors: Catch 22, S&arp Attitude, The Obertones, and The JMU Overtones
- Special guests: 2015’s grand prize winner Vox Pop, who croon hits from The Beatles, Adele, Seal, and Robyn; and 13-member all-male group TBD
People usually go to the Great Wall of China to marvel at its expanse. The Alexandria Harmonizers went there to sing. And that's just one of the many impressive destinations where the men's a cappella group has performed. In its nearly 70-year history, the ensemble has shared signature four-part harmonies at the White House, Carnegie Hall, and Cologne Cathedral. But you don't need to be a president or employee of the month to hear the chorus sing—its members will gladly regale listeners at private parties and events.