The Din & Tonics Live in Providence
In partnership with the Brown Club of RI we are pleased to invite you for a delightful a cappella concert followed by a reception with the performers on Friday November 17th. The Harvard Din & Tonics and The Brown Jabberwocks will perform new hits and classic favorites at historic Grace Church in downtown Providence.
The concert will start promptly at 7PM in the main church followed by a reception in the brand new Pavilion at Grace. As there is also a performance at PPAC that night, please arrive early to allow some time to find parking on the street or in one of the local pay lots.
Ticket pricing includes the costs of the concert as well as the post-concert wine and hors d'hoevres reception.
The Din & Tonics
The Harvard Din & Tonics are Harvard University’s signature all-male a cappella group, known for their rich tradition of musical and performance excellence. Their repertoire centers around American jazz standards, but also frequently includes pop, disco, and folk music. These world-touring Harvard students — who perform in white tie, tails, and lime green socks — have an enviable reputation for their impeccable musicality, snappy choreography, and hilarious antics. If you need a reminder of how fun the Dins are, check out their now famous John Williams tribute from Commencement 2017 here on YouTube.
Brown’s oldest a cappella group, The Jabberwocks, were founded in 1949 by four renegade glee club members, naming their group after the famous Lewis Carroll poem. 68 years later, the Jabberwocks remain a fixture of student life at Brown and beyond, bringing their powerful music and infamous antics to performances on campus, at colleges around the country and to international audiences in Europe & Asia.
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