Shabbatones. MeshugaNotes. Chai Notes. These clever Jewish musical puns are actually the names of singing groups participating in a growing trend on college campuses -- Jewish a cappella.
Performing without instruments has long been popular at schools and universities. More recent are a cappella groups who combine singing with their Jewish faith.
Tori Roth, a junior at the University of Michigan, tried out and was invited to join several of the school's a cappella groups at the beginning of her freshman year. She chose to become a part of "Kol HaKavod."
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