Dapper as always.

Dapper as always.

Chip Broze is a music educator, vocalist, and conductor with over 10 years’ experience directing choral ensembles. He recently earned his master’s degree in Choral Conducting from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he directed the 40-voice Renaissance Project and assistant directed the 200-voice Boulder Chorale. Chip also holds a bachelor of music in Vocal Performance from Washington University in St. Louis, where he directed the popular all-male a cappella group The Stereotypes and chamber choir More Fools than Wise.

Chip’s vocal arrangements are known for choral and barbershop influences, as well as an emphasis on fun and functionality. Five of his arrangements earned awards at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA) in 2007, 2011, and 2015.

He currently lives in St. Louis, where he continues to sing and conduct professionally.


Odd as always.

Yuri Broze is a pianist, vocalist, composer, songwriter, arranger, multi-instrumentalist, and general Music Guru. Catch him online at Stacoscimus.

While a student at the University of North Carolina under the tutelage of Dr. Daniel Huff, he served as Music Director, and resident vocal percussionist for the UNC Achordants, a 16-member male a cappella choir, where he trained the group in vocalization, performance techniques, and directed over one hundred stage performances. During this time, the Achordants rose to international acclaim through an increased emphasis on vocal pedagogy, hosting innovative and entertaining concerts, application of creative goal-oriented original arrangements, and extensive marketing, corporate image, and public outreach efforts. His eighty-plus arrangements have won him wide acclaim, including an award at the 2005 International Competition of Collegiate A Cappella finals in New York City for best arrangement (“Mala Gente”).