Suffolk University's Ramifications a capella singing group has received two Contemporary A cappella Recording Awards for its debut CD, “Voices in the Attic.”

The annual Contemporary A cappella Recording Awards are presented by the Contemporary A cappella Society to recognize the best recorded a cappella, while supporting this burgeoning culture of instrumentless music.


Every year since 1992 the Contemporary A cappella Society has considered hundreds of albums for this celebration of the best recorded a cappella on the planet. The CARAs award both scholastic and professional artists in many a cappella categories.These are the only truly global a cappella recording awards.


The Ramifications CD was recognized with the following Contemporary A cappella Recording Awards:
• Mixed (co-ed) Collegiate Album of the Year: “Voices in the Attic”
• Mixed (co-ed) Collegiate Song of the Year: “Goodnight & Go”


Additional recognition for Voices in the Attic includes:
• Included in the Best of College A cappella compilation CD, produced by Varsity Vocals. The song selected was “Breakaway.”
• WERS radio’s All A cappella Grammy Award for Best Collegiate Album of the Year