Chris Saulnier was first introduced to music at the tender age of 7 when he started learning the violin. He quickly gave up this pursuit when he found his voice in high school and realized that singing was much easier. Since then, he has gone on to sing in numerous chamber and jazz choirs as well as a couple stints in musical theater and barbershop. While attending Providence College, he co-founded an all male a cappella goup, Special Guest, and began to learn how to make strange noises with his mouth. After graduating, he found a job as a special needs teacher's aide, and continued his vocal percussion training by joining aka Pelican Groove from Boston and Word of Mouth from Providence. He also keeps in touch with the a cappella community by writing reviews for the Recorded A Cappella Review Board (RARB) as well as judging competitions for the National Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (NCCA).
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