There is so much that goes into putting together a good acapella performance. The arrangement and general delivery of a good performance depends on much more than just being energetic on the stage. Ninga melodies take you through what goes into preparing for a good acapella performance.
A solo like no other
The soloist always serves as a ‘place-keeper” or road map during the performance. We emphasise on having the solo line come out emphatically. Our lead singers are chosen carefully, with specific regard to ability to lead and direct the rest of the group appropriately.
An intricate re-examination of the original songs
Acapella groups are not necessarily composers, but we strive to sing out other compositions with decorum and great regard for the originality of the piece. We often deliver varied renditions of some songs in a bid to bring out the best in every piece. The added vigor and resurgent energy is a complementary aspect that simply adds icing to an already sweetened cake.
A repertoire of nicely selected songs
Picking songs that would be fun to arrange is easy. However, there is always the question of what is actually needed in the collection, depending on the kind of event .
Staying away from songs that are common with other acapella groups is one important consideration, clients pay to listen to that unique sound that the group has to offer and that is exactly what we offer as a group; a sound, beat and movement that is uniquely Ninga.
Learning from every performance
We get stronger with every performance. We strive to forge a close relationship with every client we work with, taking time to listen to their suggestions and critique. Ninga takes all criticism positively and makes an effort to better our performance the next time we step on stage. Talk to Batoto ba Ninga on 0721818616