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High-tech a cappella

Vocal groups from tech firms to belt 'em out at Menlo College

Menlo College will cap its free summer concert series with an "only in Silicon Valley" event on Friday, Aug. 21, as vocal groups from Facebook, Google, Pinterest, Dropbox, and Twitter appear at an a cappella night featuring emcees Heidi Roizen and Menlo College President Richard Moran.

The event, sponsored by NASDAQ Private Market, is from 5 to 8 p.m. on the college campus at 1000 El Camino Real in Atherton. Food trucks will be on site.

The groups are: Googlepella from Google, The Vocal Network from Facebook, Songbirds from Twitter, Pintune from Pinterest, and Syncopation from Dropbox.

To reserve a spot or get more information go to the concert series website.

— Barbara Wood

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