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A Belgian girls choir with a modern rock twist, Scala held their first rehearsal in April 1996, when the group’s membership topped out at 18 singers. Brothers Steven and Stijn Kolacny (pianist and conductor, respectively) treated the group like a classical ensemble at first, and Scala’s ranks grew as the girls won a number of awards, including the title of Belgium’s Choir of the Year in 1999. By the early 2000s, though, the Kolacnys had grown tired of classical music and began turning to additional genres for inspiration, resulting in a unique repertoire that focused on choral reinventions of rock songs. [+]