Shana Jacobus spent years learning classical piano. In fact, she originally planned to pursue a music degree on scholarship, but changed her "tune" and earned a B.A. at the University of Virginia. Shana sang with the Virginia Sil'hooettes from 1993 to 1996 and served as Musical Director of the group during the last two years. Shana is the co-founder and Musical Director of the award-winning all-female a cappella group Capital Blend, based in Washington, D.C. Capital Blend was awarded the 2013 CARA award for Best Contemporary A Cappella League Song with their rendition of The Beatles' "Because."
In grade school, Wendy Meetze was singing and playing violin and piano. She toured Great Britain with the Maryland Youth Symphony Orchestra, played string bass in her high school concert band and played piano in the award-winning Glenelg High School Jazz Ensemble. When Wendy became a high school senior, she finally decided to join the choir. After auditioning, she was chosen to join the Madrigals and was selected to be the bass in the elite Female Barbershop Quartet.
Wendy attended Virginia Tech and was selected as a freshman to join the popular vocal jazz ensemble New Virginians. She was also selected to appear as a guest vocalist with the Virginia Tech Jazz Orchestra. Wendy has always been passionate about musical theatre and has performed in dozens of productions. She also toured with Theatre IV for a while, and then joined The Music Theatre of Williamsburg as one of their five resident performers. Wendy taught high school musical theatre for six years and has directed numerous musicals. Now that she is a Mom, she enjoys singing with the award-winning all-female a cappella group Capital Blend, based in Washington, D.C. She serves as the Technical Director and Sound Engineer or the group.