To keep our members and the public safe, we will not conduct any in-person performances during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Freedom Days Festival in Provo, Utah
Peach Days Festival in Brigham City, Utah
Days of ’47 Float Preview
Westside Arts Festival in Salt Lake City, Utah
Acaville Internet Radio Station
Christkindlmarkt at This is the Place Heritage Park
Dickens Christmas Festival
Provo Christmas Market
Kids on the Move
World Financial Group (WFG)
Utah Warriors Rugby
Inversion A Cappella is a group local to Salt Lake City. Inversion, in music, is a rearrangement of the top-to-bottom elements in an interval, a chord, or a melody. In Salt Lake City, it’s that nasty smog that gets trapped in the valley. We tie the two together in our name! Our group has been around since November 2015. It all started with a Craigslist add and a meet up in Kneaders. Now, we’ve performed for Salt Lake Governors, Local Church leaders, and were even finalists in a local YouTube Competition. We sing all year round and all over Salt Lake and Utah Counties. Talk to us about singing for your upcoming event!
Devan has been singing since before she could talk. All of her home videos from when she was young have clips of her singing (mostly Disney songs) and dancing endlessly. She’s been part of dozens of choirs and small groups, spanning from elementary school to after college. She took private voice lessons in high school and college and always dreamed of making her mark on the world through song. Her love of music has never faded, and she is so excited to be part of Inversion again!
Devan has been married since 2014, and has a hunk of a husband and two sweet little boys. Together they have moved ten times since getting married and are hoping to stay put for a while! She’s so grateful to be able to participate virtually after a long absence from a cappella.
Elicia received her Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from BYU in 2012 and 2014 (Go Cougs)! During her last year of graduate school, she had the privilege of participating as the bass in BYU Noteworthy, where her love for a cappella was born. Elicia resides in Saratoga Springs with her husband, Wade, and their three furry babies – Link, Scout, and Rocky.
Alex has been the group’s resident tenor off and on since 2017! His vocal range is often described with words such as “Wait, you can sing HOW high?”, “I’m pretty sure I heard the neighbor’s dog barking!”, and “Are you even human?” Rest assured, he is born and raised on Earth, specifically Salt Lake City, and can do lots of other things beside singing, although he is classically trained since it is one of his major passions in life.
He graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, is working on another one in Accounting, and currently has a full time job with Wells Fargo’s brokerage division working in finance and investment accounts.
He loves spending time playing with his wife and two young kids, staring at the moon and stars learning about astronomy, enjoying various movies and video games and books, arranging music for the group, and just dreaming about what he would do with a little more room in the budget for interior decoration around the house.
He’s looking forward to hopefully (fingers crossed) sing again with Inversion in person later this year, and is excited for the virtual projects he’s involved in with the group so far!
Dan obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Utah Valley University, as well as a Master’s Degree in Social Work and a second Master’s Degree in Legal Studies from the University of Utah. In his free time, Dan enjoys reading, watching movies/tv shows, doing puzzles, baking, and looking at expensive houses on Zillow.
In his spare time, he manages content for College A Cappella, a site dedicated to promoting all the latest news, events and videos focused on collegiate a cappella. He also co-hosts Acaville Radio’s community podcast Talkappella where he gets to regularly interact with incredible individuals from around the vocal arts community. He currently resides in Houston, TX with his wife and enjoys traveling, discovering new food and running. He does not foresee his fiery passion for a cappella music burning out anytime soon.