A Cappella group performs at Cincinnati Reds Game

The Treble Makers sing the National Anthem on 4/19

Miami University’s all-female a cappella group, the Treble Makers performed the National Anthem at the Cincinnati Reds game on Tuesday, April 19, 2016.

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The group of 16 was founded in August, 2010—coming from a variety of majors and musical backgrounds. They share a common goal of embracing and promoting the arts at Miami through performing.

Members of the Treble Makers include: Caroline Grace Williams, junior Theater & Vocal Performance major, Musical Theater and Religion minor; Elizabeth Stermer,  junior Management & Leadership major; Alexa Harris, senior Journalism & Psychology major, Management minor; Alleigh Whiteside, junior Music Education major; Courtney Berry, junior Professional Writing major, Philosophy minor; Jordan Gravely, sophomore Theater & Strategic Communications major; Jalana Phillips, sophomore Theater major, Music Theater minor; Ellie Roth, senior Microbiology major, Molecular Biology minor; Julie Norehad, senior Graphic Design major; Hannah Bickers, senior Speech Pathology major; Grace Remington senior Sports Journalism major; Elaine Gossard, freshman Bioengineering major; Nicole Weisner, sophomore Kinesiology major; Sports Management minor; and Kate Stoneburner, junior Strategic Communications & Professional Writing major.

The Treble Makers routinely perform in concert at Hall Auditorium with the four other a cappella groups on campus, “Just Duet,” the “Misfitz,” “Open Fifth,” and “Soul2Soul,” with the next performance upcoming Saturday, May 7.

The group has been invited by other collegiate groups to travel and perform at their schools including a trip last year to Marquette University where they performed in a concert with one of their university a cappella groups, "The Naturals." Soon to be released, a small album (EP) by the Treble Makers, available in the next few weeks.

The other Miami groups are also doing exciting things. “Just Duet” recently went to Carnegie Hall to perform over Spring Break and “Open Fifth” just released a music video. Most of the groups have recorded full albums or EP’s available on iTunes and Spotify. To learn more about Treble Makers and other a cappella groups at Miami, visit The HUB.