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Spirituals.A.Cappella.Sound interpret the spiritual seeking out the true meaning, while respecting the beliefs and culture from which it came. Having adopted the a cappella music can best express the inspiration of American blacks in the performance of the spirituals. Their repertoire moves from the origins of Afro-American, going back and reliving feelings and sensations that moved American blacks to these songs: suffering, pain, deprivation, but also faith, hope, joy, love. Not just a run of songs but a moment of reflection on a genre that gave hope to a people oppressed and afflicted, yet so alive and strong.

Winners of the Silver Medal in the Gospel & Spirituals category at the XXI National Choral Competition F. Gaffurio, and have performanced at the Teatro Sociale of Treviso, at the Academic Theatre of Castelfranco Veneto, Ferrara Buskers Festival participations and events of Venice Carnival, concerts at Madonna of Loreto and Recanati.

SACS continue their journey through the Spiritual taking part in numerous master classes and seminars: in 2002 they partecipated in the first Italian A Cappella Summit; masterclass with Simon Carrington, founder and voice of the King's Singers, at the V Festival Choral International "City of Mondovì". In July 2003 following the Masterclass Ciro Caravano (Neri per Caso), Andrea Figallo (Flying Pickets), Wes Carroll and Deke Sharon (The House Jacks), held in Varese during Solevoci A Cappella Festival.

In 2004 the concerts organized by the release of their first CD I.can.tell.the.world were greeted with enthusiastic favors from the public, that may require an immediate reprint. In 2006 they were invited to inaugurate a concert on 1st Solevoci Camp in Cortina d'Ampezzo, sponsored and organized by Veneto Jazz.

In 2008, taking part in the compilation A-Cappella Made in Italy, along with the most important Italian vocal groups.

Since 2005 they organized the International A Cappella Festival VivaVoce where they presented in 2009 their new album White Christmas, a Christmas greeting along with all the most popular songs of the European and American Christmas tradition.