Sing at the Arvada Center with

Face Vocal Band this Summer!!



Hello everyone!  Thank you so very much for your interest in our 2020 Colorado A Cappella Summer Camp! We have been keeping a close eye on the government’s directives to determine if and how we are able to not only run our Summer Camp, but run it safely for all of our campers.  With the well-being of our students and their families being our primary concern, we will need to modify our program this year to ensure everyone’s safety as best we can.  Please review Summer Camp 2020 carefully to help you determine if this year’s camp is for you.  In the best of spirits, we want to run this camp ONLY if it’s right for our community. No pressure either way, we just need to know everyone is comfortable with these revisions in place.
We want your camper with us in 2020 if you feel confident in their safety, health and the true value of our modified camp.  If there is any hesitance, we urge you to take this year off and we will see you in 2021.  We think this year will rock — we want you to be certain you feel the same way! 
Thank you so much! 

DatesMonday August 3, 2020 through Friday August 7, 2020

Location: Boulder Valley Church of Christ (270 76th St, Boulder, CO 80303) – Outdoors only.  See Summer Camp 2020  for more details including in case of inclement weather.

Map to Camp: Boulder Valley Church of Christ

TimeTwo separate camp groups for safety reasons:
10am-12pm – Morning camp for our younger students (under age 12),
1pm-3pm – Afternoon camp for our older students (12+).
Each camp group will have no more than 23 students

Any campers from out of state will need to have their own accommodations and supervision if parents are not staying with them.  Parents/guardians must pick up their campers promptly at the end of each session.  

Camp Requirements:  Each student should bring every day – 

  • Bottle of water
  • Fun, upbeat, musical spirit!

Performance:  For everyone’s safety, we are modifying our performance this year.  Please read Summer Camp 2020 for more information on the performance details and perks that this year’s camp offers to our students! We are excited to offer this year’s performance modification as it will give our campers an opportunity to be heard by thousands of Face fans at a Face live-stream concert!  

Any questions, please email us at admin@faceacademyofmusic.com or call 720-397-2535

Additional:  A required medical form will be sent prior to the start of camp.

Tuition:  To support all families during this time, we are offering our Early Bird price to all families – $495 (Regularly $695)

NOTE: Due to the amount of planning involved for each camper, we cannot issue refunds for any reason.  Please consider all possible conflicts before enrolling.  Thank you.

Face Academy of Music is very excited to announce that registration is open for the seventh annual Colorado A Cappella Summer Camp!  Our aim is to provide a high-quality “vocal band” experience to youth of all skill levels.
During the camp experience, participants will: 
  • Create, rehearse, and perform fun, modern, cutting-edge arrangements within a “vocal band” (a cappella group) setting.
  • Learn how to work with others while maintaining social distance to create a full sound using only our voices.
  • Learn the basics of improvising, writing and arranging a cappella music.
  • Learn the elements needed to record a dynamic virtual performance.
  • Learn how to record and submit a video and voice recording for a final showcase to be presented with international a cappella artists Face Vocal Band during a live-stream concert!
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Colorado A Cappella Summer Camp Clinicians

Cody Qualls is the director of Face Academy of Music (formerly known as Whole Body Singing), the creator of the “Mouth Music” Contemporary A Cappella Intensives, and has been a private vocal instructor for more than a decade.  Qualls currently composes, arranges for and tours as a lead tenor with the national rock a cappella ensemble “Face.”   His most current writing can be heard on many of Face’s albums, including How Was the Show, for which he composed the title track “How Was the Show Last Night,” among other hits.  Among Face’s many accolades, they were  featured on NBC’s The Sing-Off and performed before the celebrity judges of America’s Got Talent.  Along with his travelings with the group, he has received the opportunity to perform for former President Bush Sr., former President Clinton, and received high praise from audience members such as Henry Kissinger, Jimmy Buffet, David Rockefeller, and entertainment mogul Merv Griffin. In addition, Face has shared the stage with Bon Jovi, Clint Eastwood, and the recent chart topping NBC Sing Off champions, Home Free. 

Stephen Ross – as a performer, teacher, and contemporary a cappella vocal arranger, Stephen Ross is a multi-dimensional musician. Stephen performs as the counter-tenor and arranges music regularly for Face Vocal Band. His vocal arrangements are also performed throughout the state by high school and college vocal ensembles.  He has a degree in Music Education and Voice Performance from the University of Colorado.  He was the Director of Vocal Music, the Fine Arts Department Co-Chairperson, and the Visual & Performing Arts Academy Coordinator at Skyline High School, where he has taught Choir, Voice Performance, and Music Technology from 2003-2015.

Mark Megibow has been on stage for most of his life as both an award-winning actor and musician.  He sang his first solo performance at age 6, then picked up the drum sticks at age 9, ultimately leading him to Northwestern University’s prestigious Bienen School of Music where he graduated with a degree in Music Education.  Since then, he has performed in widely diverse musical groups of every style, from symphonic orchestras and wind ensembles, to marching drum corps and rock bands.  He is best known as one of the foremost vocal drummers of contemporary vocal rock and has toured extensively with Face Vocal Band for the last 13 years.  His multi-disciplined artistic background fuels a unique style, layering complex rhythms and sounds in ways that leave audiences breathless.  When not on stage, Mark leads seminars for teens on leadership, communication, and life skills.