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Harrison Acosta

Boston, MA
An established clinician and music educator, Harrison Acosta originally studied orchestral performance and vocal pedagogy at the UCF School of Performing Arts. After completing his capstone thesis, β€œCapturing Moments in Music feat. The Human Voice,” he began advanced study in the Contemporary Writing and Production program at the Berklee College of Music.

Prior to relocating for school, he worked as a performer and dancer for ECA at Universal Studios Orlando and taught Voice at the Orlando School of Music. Harrison now works as aΒ voice teacher, composer/arranger, and producer.

Harrison has collaborated to create several vocal groups across the community (including Voicebox, Project V, REMIX, Royalty). During his undergrad in 2014, he created UCF’s Voicebox. Under his direction, Voicebox has placed internationally and received several accolades for their recorded music, live performances, and arrangements. They have released several music videos, wearΒ a lot of black, and have been crowned champions at three national shows; SoJam XIV (2016), SoJam XVI (2018), and BostonSings (2018).