Join us for an evening of spirit and song! The program will include performances by three of Harvard’s most distinguished a capella groups: the Radcliffe Pitches, the Din & Tonics, and the Krokodiloes. A dessert and coffee reception will follow the program.
The Radcliffe Pitches are Harvard’s oldest female a cappella singing group, founded in 1975 at the historic Hasty Pudding Club. The group is made up of 12 to 14 undergraduate women who love to sing. Together, they perform a repertoire inspired by artists such as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra.
The Harvard Din & Tonics are known around the world for their rich tradition of musical and performance excellence. With a repertoire centered on the American jazz standards of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, these Harvard gentlemen — who perform in white tie, tails, and lime green socks — have an enviable reputation for their impeccable musicality, snappy choreography, and hilarious antics.
The Harvard Krokodiloes have delighted audiences worldwide with their unique blend of a cappella harmony and humor. Founded back in 1946 at the historic Hasty Pudding Club, the Krokodiloes are Harvard University’s oldest a cappella singing group, now performing for audiences all over the Greater Boston area, the United States, and the world. Having derived their name from the ancient Greek word for crocodile, the group now consists of twelve tuxedo-clad male undergraduates, singing music from the Great American Songbook and beyond.
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