I recently was interviewed by Binghamton University’s Magazine, a publication which goes out to all alumni of the institution. I was honored to have my journey up to this point chronicled. Here’s an excerpt from the article:
Some graduates have made a cappella more than just a college-time hobby. Ted Trembinski ’10, is an employee at Sled Dog Studios, a recording/live sound production company that caters exclusively to a cappella groups.
“Has Binghamton helped me accomplish my dreams?” Trembinski asks. “If it has, it was only thanks to the efforts in extracurricular work.”
Trembinski, who was a member of both Kaskeset and The Crosbys, says he first joined a cappella to meet girls. He was just trying to be popular; he didn’t know it would pave the way for a professional career.
“After a year and a half of going on interviews with Manhattan- and Long Island-based companies in finance, economics, media and travel, I gave up on finding a real job and working in a traditional environment,” he says. “I committed to a cappella production, something I personally enjoyed.”
He started attending conferences and festivals, networked with existing professionals in the field, and got a job.
You can read the full article on the University Magazine’s website.