Deke Sharon Official Total Vocal A Cappella Arranging Producing Directing Coaching


Deke Sharon Official Total Vocal A Cappella Arranging Producing Directing Coaching

Perfect harmony, one note at a time.

Best In Snow (2022) – Worked with DCappella (as the townspeople), Tituss Burgess, and the one and only Kermit the Frog.

DCappella (2018-Present) – Disney’s new 7 voice all-star a cappella ensemble.

Pitch Battle (2017) – Music Director on and off camera for this choral and a cappella singing competition on BBC One in the UK.

Pitch Slapped (2016) – Reality show on Lifetime following two high school a cappella groups.

Pitch Perfect (2012), Pitch Perfect 2 (2015), Pitch Perfect 3 (2017), Pitch Perfect: Bumper in Berlin (2022) – Was music director for all vocal performances in the highest grossing music comedy series.

The Sing-Off (2009 – 2014) – Music directed all singers and performances on five seasons of the hit reality show in the US (NBC) as well as Holland (SBS) and China (SZMC) and South Africa (SABC1).

The Sing Off Tour (2013 – 2014) – huge national bus tours (56 concerts/cities in 63 days) featuring 3 groups from the show plus local groups.

TotalVocal at Carnegie Hall (2015 – present) – over 400 singers plus celebrity guests, each year on Palm Sunday.

Vocalosity (2013-2017) – 12 amazing voices, touring performing arts centers across America.

The House Jacks (1991 – 2015) – Founded, directs and performs with “the original rock band without instruments” (SF Chronicle) that paved the way for the modern vocal band sound.

Disney (1999 – 2005) – Created and directed American Vybe at Epcot and Groove 66 at California Adventure.

Tufts University Beelzebubs (1987 – 1991) – Where it all started.

“The sassiest man of all time” – Flula Borg, Actor, Pitch Perfect 2

“Mr. Sharon may be as perky as you might imagine the so-called “guru of a cappella” to be, but little can prepare you for his infectious good cheer…” – New York Times

“In Transit is the first a cappella musical on Broadway, and the rich harmonies and rhythmic beatboxing of a cappella evangelist Deke Sharon’s arrangements reveal the human voice as the most flexible of musical instruments…” – DC Theater Scene