Small Groups are an integral part of the UW A Cappella Club, providing our members and the general Waterloo community with the opportunity to start their own group, perform at concerts, and even compete in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella!
UWACC encourages and fosters the creation of a cappella small groups on-campus, welcoming them into our club.
Small group membership varies from term-to-term, sometimes resulting in over 6 active ensembles! A few of the well-established small groups to perform at our concerts are featured on this page, showcasing the talent and variety these temporary and sometimes semi-permanent groups bring to our community.
In Full Colour
Established in the Fall of 2017, In Full Colour is an award-winning mixed voice a cappella group from the University of Waterloo.
Three-time ICCA quarterfinals champion and 2018 ICCA semifinals runner up, the group draws inspiration from the stage and was founded to push the boundaries of a cappella.
In Full Colour focuses on combining music and choreography into masterful storytelling, and strives to give audiences unique and emotional experiences.
The Committee formed in Winter of 2014 out of the choreography committee of Waterloo a cappella group ACE.
Fun Fact: All members of The Committee have been in ACE!
In that time, they've grown from a diverse group of performers with unique personalities into a tight-knit family of friends. Between rehearsals, the group spends an unreasonable amount of time around each other, laughing their hearts out.
The Intentional Accidentals are a University of Waterloo based collegiate a cappella group focused on putting a creative a cappella spin on modern electronic and pop hits while throwing in the odd jazz standard.
With their award-winning arrangements, IA have been entertaining audiences with their beautiful voices since 2012.
Within their relatively short time together, they have competed as one of the top-ten entertainment acts for Kollaboration Toronto in Toronto's Centre for Performing Arts and in the the International Competition for Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) Great Lakes Region.