Musical Recordings

Musical Recordings

  • Battle of the Alumni Bands
    Founded in 2008 by Bill Webster ’73, alumni relive their glory days and reunite on stage to perform during Reunions.
    Sponsored by the Class of 1973
    Battle of the Alumni Bands Photo Compilation 

  • Katzenjammers
    Founded in 1973, the Katzenjammers is the oldest co-ed a capella group at Princeton University (and in the Ivy League). For the last 44 years they’ve been entertaining audiences with our depth of sound and wide range of repertoire.
    Round Midnight
    Sponsored by the Katzenjammers
  • Koleinu
    A co-ed a cappella group at Princeton since 1993, Koleinu has been performing a mix of traditional, liturgical and pop music at the many arches of Princeton University, the Center for Jewish Life, and various other events in the local community.
    2018 Winter Arch Sing: “Only One” (Kanye West ft. Paul McCartney), arranged and solo by Gabe Roth ’20
    Sponsored by Koleinu
  • Nassoons
    Founded in 1941, the Princeton Nassoons have sung their signature four-, five-, and six-part harmonies alongside the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, the Lettermen and Ben Folds. They tour the globe three times a year, sharing their music, dancing and jokes with audiences that have included three U.S. presidents, royalty, vacationers in Cancun, screaming school children in Hong Kong and socialites in Monte Carlo.
    Do You Wanna Do Nothing With Me?
    Sponsored by Nassoons
  • Old NasSoul
    Since 2006, Old NasSoul has been Princeton University’s only all-male a cappella group devoted to bringing soul music to the campus community. Old NasSoul has shared with its audiences a unique musical experience with its extensive repertoire and continues to have a great time doing so. The group of 20 Princeton students has toured both locally and in the Caribbean for audiences in St. Thomas and Puerto Rico.
    Finesse
    Sponsored by Old NasSoul
  • Princeton Pianists Ensemble
    Outside of the pandemic and social distancing the Princeton Pianists Ensemble is one of the only performing groups on the planet where you’ll ever see five pianos on stage.
    5-piano Disney medley
    Sponsored by Princeton Pianists Ensemble
  • Princeton Footnotes
    Founded by a group of charismatic and talented young men in 1959, the Princeton Footnotes have been providing fresh, all-male a cappella to Princeton University and far beyond for more than half a century.
    Don’t take another step
    “Julius” virtual performance
    Sponsored by Princeton Footnotes
  • Princeton University Glee Club
    “Old Nassau”
    Arranged and directed by Gabriel Crouch, Director of Choral Studies, and performed by the Princeton University Glee Club
  • Princeton University Glee Club
    “Spem in Alium”
    Featuring seniors Madeline Kushan, Meredith Hooper, Eli Berman, Charles Hemler, Thomas Jankovic
  • Princeton Footnotes
    Founded by a group of charismatic and talented young men in 1959, the Princeton Footnotes have been providing fresh, all-male a cappella to Princeton University and far beyond for more than half a century.
    Don’t take another step
    “Julius” virtual performance
    Sponsored by Princeton Footnotes
  • Roaring 20
    Roaring 20 is Princeton’s premier co-ed a cappella group, dedicated to performing a dynamic repertoire with a uniquely resonant sound. Their members are students with a wide range of academic and extracurricular interests who come together to make good music and lifelong friends.
    “James Bond Medley” featuring soloists Ishanya Anthapur ’20 and David Kim ’20
    Sponsored by Roaring 20
  • Tigerlilies
    Founded in 1971, the first all-female a cappella group at Princeton, the Tigerlilies perform around the world.
    “I Won’t Say (I’m in Love)” by The Princeton Tigerlilies
    Sponsored by the Princeton Tigerlilies
  • Tigressions
    In addition to Broadway show tunes, pop, folk and jazz, the Tigressions, who arrange most of their own music, also sing original songs, including “Look Into Your Heart”’ and “Try it Like This”’ by Deborah Hurwitz ’89 (now an acclaimed professional singer/songwriter) and “Sing On, Sister’” and “The Tigression Song” by Mary Whitaker Blalock ’86.
    “Tigressions Recent International Tour Performance at the Korean DMZ”
    Sponsored by the Tigressions