A CAPPELLA AT ACU
ACU has three student a cappella groups: Foundation, Hilltop, and Grace Note. These groups help serve as praise teams for chapel, sing at on-campus events like Summit, Follies, TEDxACU, and Sing Song, and perform several concerts throughout the year.
A HERITAGE OF A CAPPELLA SINGING
A cappella singing has a rich tradition at ACU, dating back to the founding of the university in 1906. These groups exist to build community among students, to connect current and future students to ACU's unique a cappella heritage, and to provide an outlet for students to worship and perform.
Hilltop is a mixed vocals, a cappella ensemble made up of upperclassmen from ACU (Sophomores and up). The Hilltoppers perform a variety of contemporary Christian and pop music.
Grace Note is an a cappella ensemble made up of upperclassmen women from ACU (Sophomores and up). The women of Grace Note perform a variety of contemporary Christian and pop music.
Foundation is a mixed vocals,
a cappella ensemble made up of ACU Freshmen. This group of singers performs primarily praise and worship music throughout the year.