Who we are

The Toccatatones are one of the most popular collegiate a cappella groups in North Carolina. Founded in 2001 in memory of the late Todd Owen Carter, the student-led group has grown over the years and has become an elite group of performers who entertain various audiences throughout the Southeast and around the country. The Toccatatones have performed for some of today's most influential people, including Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak and former First Lady Laura Bush, along with singing at Carnegie Hall with the father of modern a cappella Deke Sharon.