• You should certainly expect more than a semi good time from these boys in burgundy.Emily Harris, Exeposé
  • The soloists rock, the backgrounds lock!Guang Ming Whitley, Recorded A Cappella Review
  • ★★★★★ If you like a cappella, see this show. If you like dubstep, rap, pop or rock music, see this show. Essentially, you will probably find something to please you in Semi-Toned’s set list.Charlotte Ivers, Broadway Baby
  • During intermission we were already getting requests to bring them back. That says it all.Christina Tassy, Culture Shock, Miami, FL
  • ★★★★★ If there’s a seat to be had, grab it: if not, stay tuned; these guys are not going away.Richard Beck, Broadway Baby
  • Classy and well executed.Leigh Spence, Exeter Review

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#STUSA18 Blogs 14 & 15: A Norfolk Holiday

Day 14 We arose bright and early from our very comfortable hotel beds to embark on our three-show day in Norfolk, VA. After an exquisite hotel breakfast early in the morning, despite our exhaustion we made our way to Norfolk Academy where we had our first student outreach (a 45 minute abridged version of our full show) performing in front of the middle school there. We were met with such great enthusiasm by the children of Norfolk academy, and when greeting them after the show they were eager to get pictures and lots of stickers! (Nearly breaking our sticker bank I might add). After a mere half an hour break

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#STUSA18 Blog 13: We’re Back in Norfolk!

The group were woken from slumber early in the day in Wilmington for a long journey to Norfolk, Virginia. No one was awake earlier than Antonio, our hero of a driver, who rushed to the garage at 8am as a tyre had got a nail stuck in it and needed to be replaced. Once this had been done, we hit the road but not without much debate of who shall sit in the dreaded back seats of the bus. The six and a half hour journey passed without much drama, plus lunch at McDonalds and various unhealthy snacks. We arrived in Norfolk with a lot of excitement, as some of

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#STUSA18 Blog 12: Adventures at the Azalea Festival

A few of the group, along with our driver Antonio, arose excessively early to make their way back down to the beach to watch the sun rise and get a morning surf in before the day ahead. The morning broke over Wilmington, the beach, and the Atlantic ocean, and whilst Ludo, Greg and Lewis rode the waves, everyone else was still tucked up in their hotel beds. Later in the morning, once everyone was awake and ready for the day, we all made our way into downtown historic Wilmington. We visited the local city hall and theatre, called Thalian Hall, to meet with a local presenter and the Executive Director,

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