Sing in the New Year!

Special Performance by the Jabberwocks and Chattertocks


Please join the Brown Club in New York for a special one-night only performance featuring two of Brown's beloved a cappella groups, the Chattertocks and Jabberwocks. It's the perfect opportunity for alumni and family members of all ages to reconnect and hear two of the best singing groups on the college music scene today.

Thursday, January 17, 2019
The Cornell Club, 6 E 44th Street

6:30 - 9:00pm, with performance scheduled at 7:00pm
Space is Limited!

Buy Member Ticket: $16       Buy Non-Member Ticket: $20

Private reception with beverages and light snacks, plus $5 cocktails at cash bar. (All attendees will receive a ticket for a complimentary cocktail. Sodas and coffee will be gratis.)


Singing since 1952, the Chattertocks are one of the most popular femme-identifying a cappella groups in the nation. They have recorded several CDs and competed successfully in the National Championship of Collegiate A Cappella since the competition's inception in 1996. In fact, in 1998 the Chattertocks made it to the ICCA finals, which were held in Carnegie Hall! In more recent years, the Chattertocks have maintained their rich tradition of excellence, taking home "Best Album" and "Best Song" in the 2004 Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards, and have gone on tour all across the eastern seaboard, from Kentucky to Maine. In 2011 a Chattertocks song was selected for the Best of College A Cappella 2011 CD by Varsity Vocals, a national honor. Today, the ‘Tocks continue to uphold a supportive and diverse musical tradition!


Founded in 1949, the Jabberwocks is Brown University's oldest a cappella group. Aside from regular appearances at Brown and college campuses nationwide, the Jabberwocks have performed for a wide variety of audiences. The group has sung everywhere from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center to Shea Stadium and Steven Tyler's birthday party. The group also travels extensively – both domestically and internationally – to cities such as Chicago, Nashville, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Seoul and Hong Kong.

Questions? Email: Karen Berlin Ishii

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