Poster for An Evening of A Cappella: The Yale University Spizzwinks(?)

An Evening of A Cappella: The Yale University Spizzwinks(?)

Sun, Mar 8
  • Sun, Mar 8

Run Time: 120 min.

Join us for an evening of foot-tapping fun with the acclaimed a cappella group: The Yale SPIZZWINKS (?) — including special performances by John Jay High School’s a cappella ensembles “Treble Makers” (co-ed), “Rolling Tones” (male) and “The Notables” (female).

The Yale Spizzwinks(?) are America’s first and oldest underclassman a cappella group. Since their first performance in 1914, they have entertained audiences around the world with a unique blend of sweet vocal harmony and tongue-in-cheek humor.  They perform over 100 concerts across the nation (and around the world!) annually, including performances at venues such as Carnegie Hall, the White House and professional sporting events. With exciting and energetic material fit for any crowd, the Spizzwinks’ impeccable blend of musicality, humor, and showmanship is non-stop entertainment.

 

Tickets $20 (student), $40 regular seat, $60 recliners


The Treble Makers, founded in 2008 by three students, are an 18-member group that performs throughout Westchester County, entertaining audiences for events such as fundraisers, community functions, and other school-related occasions.  Their repertoire ranges from modern-pop and R&B to The Beatles. Performing in SATB (Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass) format, the Treble Makers are John Jay High School’s only co-ed a capella group. The group’s love of singing and strong interpersonal connections can be seen in their rehearsals and on stage.