Stacy Burcham
Stacy Burcham

Stacy Burcham entered USC on a trumpet scholarship and played in the Orchestra and Wind Ensembles as well as the Trojan Marching Band. She became one of the founding members of the SoCal VoCals who have won a record four championship titles in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA). Inspired by her singing experiences in the group, Stacy auditioned into the prestigious USC’s Vocal Arts (Opera), Musical Theater, and Music Education programs. During her tenure with the VoCals, she served as musical director, and arranger, and also co-produced several award-winning VoCal albums. She has won a record six Best Arrangement awards in the ICCA competition, in every year an arrangement of hers was performed.

After graduating, Stacy divided her time between teaching, acting, performing, and arranging music professionally. Her a cappella arrangement of The Star Spangled Banner has been featured at Clippers, Lakers, Kings, and USC home games, as well as the 2008 Democratic National Debate. Stacy has acted in projects including Contracted: Phase II, Storage Wars, Supreme Justice, and in videos for Neon Trees and BuzzFeed. As a singer and trumpet player, she’s performed in concerts with Kristin Chenoweth, Roger Daltry, Kyle Gass, and Josh Grobin, and in various studio sessions on projects for artists Gabriel Mann (Modern Family), James Snyder (If/Then), Jeremy Silver, John Spiker (Tenacious D), and Molly Bryant. Annually, Stacy has performed in musicals and live concerts at the Hollywood Bowl and the Anaheim Convention Center Arena. She also serves as a guest clinician and as a frequent adjudicator for the ICCA.

Stacy is in her ninth year as Director of Instrumental Music at Lakewood High School and has also spent over 25 years at Arrowbear Music Camp, most recently as the Assistant Camp Director and as the Band and Orchestra. Visit her at or

"Brock, Say that you love me..."
"What if I shot you? Could you harness your Chi or something?"

Alto / Mezzo / Soprano

Music Education, joint emphasis in trumpet and vocal performance 2000

Long Beach, CA

VoCal Leadership Roles

  • Music Director '99-'00


  • USC Alma Mater
  • Everywhere
  • Insomniac
  • Dirt Road
  • To the Wire
  • The National Anthem
  • The First Time
  • Breathe
  • Walk on the Ocean
  • Never a Second Embrace
  • Come What May
  • Delicious Surprise
  • Slumber
  • Suddenly
  • The Shoe Rag
  • Fire in Your Hand
  • This Love
  • Since U Been Gone
  • Crazy Ever After