“It’s my favorite performance,” Molster said. “We bring in some good talent from across the country.”
One of these groups is The Michigan G-Men from the University of Michigan, who have performed at Clefchella in the past.
“We’ve created good relationships with these groups over the years,” Burrus said.
There are also some groups performing that are new to Clefchella: Elon’s Sweet Signatures and N.C. State’s Acappology.
Also joining them are the Loreleis, another prominent UNC a cappella group and Clefchella regulars.
Both groups are sponsored by the General Alumni Association, which has contributed to the close relationship the groups have, junior and Loreleis’ publicity manager Aryana Bolourian said.
“We’ll do some gigs together and we also hang out outside of a cappella,” Bolourian said. “We try to have at least one mixer per semester and we’re always hanging out before basketball games.”
And basketball will be playing a major role in this concert.
To get ready for the UVA-UNC game, the Clef Hangers and the Loreleis will be performing with the University of Virginia’s Hullabahoos and The Virginia Sil’hooettes on day two of the invitational.
“We’re planning on watching the game (after Clefchella) with the Clefs at the house,” said Elisabeth Fellowes, president of the Sil’hooettes.
“We can’t wait to win,” Fellowes said.
The groups will be performing the songs “Daddy Lessons,” “Running” and more.
The Loreleis, Sil’hooettes and Clef Hangers will each be unveiling a “senior song” during the concert, which will give one of the graduating members a solo for their final season of a cappella.
So come out on Friday and Saturday to hear some amazing singing.
And be able to judge for yourself who the pregnant-with-twins-Beyoncé of Clefchella will be.