A Cappella Concert Next Weekend

You or someone you know may be interested in a cappella singing groups, may be interested in college singing groups, or may be (or want to be) connected to Yale. If that description fits, consider coming to the Ellis School in Shadyside next Saturday night (January 21) to hear the Whiffenpoofs of Yale, one of the premier undergraduate men's a cappella singing groups in the country.

Concert details:

Date, time, and location -- Saturday, January 21; 7:30 p.m.; the Ellis School, 6425 Fifth Avenue, Shadyside.

Tickets -- $30 at the door; reservations not required, but email me at pittprofessor@yahoo.com if you're thinking of coming, so that we can estimate attendance and ensure that there's room. Yes, it's pricey, but given the fee that the Whiffs charge, the local Yale Club will do well to break even.

Besides, where else can you see 14 guys in white tie and tails sing "Midnight Train to Georgia" -- with Pip-like choreography?

What's a Whiffenpoof?


1 Response to "A Cappella Concert Next Weekend"

Adam said... 1/16/2006 9:50 PM

From the tables down at Mory's to the place where Mellons dwelt?

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