Brody McDonald is the Director of Choirs at Kettering Fairmont High School. Under his leadership, Kettering’s curricular choirs have consistently earned the highest ratings at state level contest and have been featured at numerous conventions, including three appearances at the ACDA National Convention. He is at the forefront of the a cappella movement, serving as a founding member and the vice-president of the A Cappella Education Association. His a cappella ensemble, Eleventh Hour, was the first high school group ever to compete on NBC’s The Sing-Off. Brody is also the author of “A Cappella Pop: A Complete Guide to Contemporary A Cappella Singing.” Brody recently joined the faculty at Wright State University as director of a cappella studies. He has partnered with Deke Sharon to create Camp A cappella, a summer camp designed to immerse singers of all ages in the contemporary a cappella style, which will take place at Wright State University June 24-29, 2018.