The album was edited and mixed by Danny Ozment for Emerald City Productions, one of the leading a cappella studios in the region. Ozment has worked with a breadth of artists through the Contemporary A Cappella Society of America and NBC’s The Sing-Off. All album tracks were mastered by Bill Hare for Bill Hare Productions, whose client list includes renowned a cappella artists Pentatonix and The House Jacks.
The album dropped on May 1, 2015, about three weeks before the group is scheduled to travel internationally for performances in Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia with the GW Department of Music and University Singers.
The GW Troubadours will travel to perform in the Baltics from May 20-27, 2015. The trip marks the a cappella troupe’s first tour to the Baltics in their well-rounded touring history. In addition to concerts and sightseeing, the group will also participate in an outreach concert at Keila SOS Children’s Village in Tallinn, Estonia on May 26th.
The GW Troubadours - affectionately known as “The Troubs” - is a co-ed a cappella group based at The George Washington University in the heart of our nation’s capital. Founded in 1925, generations of Troubadours have given countless performances for adoring fans worldwide. The group performs original arrangements of songs from every conceivable genre, and their talent and unique sound has earned high praise from industry experts and community members alike. The Troubs have recently performed at The White House, the Army-Navy Country Club, the International Spy Museum, and DAR Constitution Hall. Read more at www.gwutroubadours.com.