Ben Bram (Pentatonix, Glee, Pitch Perfect, The Sing-Off) is the Grammy award-winning visionary behind the incredible a cappella sensation, Pentatonix. His story highlights how going the extra mile and honing your craft pays off. How did working without pay land him a job with NBC the day he graduated college? Tune into hear how Pentatonix was born and how he’s inspiring young talent, raising the next generation of a cappella stars.
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When you get rejected, you keep going.
Show up before you have any certainty. Just do the work anyway, and doors will open.
Ben’s website, TheBenBram.com
Send your talented young singers to A Capella Academy
USC’s a capella group, SoCal Vocals
Banks (aka Jillian Banks)
NBC’s The Sing-Off
Read about the Beelzebubs – aka Glee’s Warblers
Avi Kaplan – aka the “superbass” aka the “rare bird”
Pentatonix’s cover of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”
Julia Michels and Julianne Jordan, music supervisors
Watch Pentatonix sing with Stevie Wonder at the Grammy Awards
Ben’s caroling company – Snowfall
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