UNT alumnus Charlie Lotspeich sings his way to barbershop quartet victory

Charlie Lotspeich ('10), rightAs a music education major, Charlie Lotspeich ('10) sang up to seven hours a day in Concert Choir, Recital Choir, voice lessons and barbershop performances. Now he works as a head choir director and co-musical theatre teacher at Coppell Middle School North, and his barbershop quartet group, Clutch!, won first place in the Southwestern District's Barbershop Harmony Society's quartet championship last fall.

Lotspeich, right, began barbershop singing in high school and also performs with Dallas' Vocal Majority Chorus.

"The support of my wonderful college professors and my barbershop friends fueled my passion for singing and has helped me begin a very fulfilling career," he says.


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