List of alumni of collegiate a cappella groups

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The following is a list of notable alumni of collegiate a cappella singing groups.

Person Institution Group
Sara Bareilles UCLA Awaken[1]
Prescott Bush Yale Whiffenpoofs[2]
Jonathan Coulton Yale Whiffenpoofs[3]
Peter Gallagher Tufts University Beelzebubs[4]
Adam Gardner Tufts University Beelzebubs[5]
Art Garfunkel Columbia University Kingsmen[6]
Davis Guggenheim Brown University Brown Derbies[7]
Fred Gwynne Harvard University Krokodiloes[8]
Ed Helms Oberlin College Obertones[9]
Anoop Desai University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Clef Hangers [10]
Mindy Kaling Dartmouth College Rockapellas [11]
Adam Kantor Northwestern University THUNK a cappella [12]
Siddharth Khosla University of Pennsylvania Penn Masala [13]
John Legend University of Pennsylvania Counterparts[14]
Ryan Leslie Harvard University Krokodiloes[15]
Tom Lowe Harvard University The Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones
Wentworth Miller Princeton University Tigertones[16]
Masi Oka Brown University The Bear Necessities[17]
Cole Porter Yale University Whiffenpoofs[18]
Deke Sharon Tufts University Beelzebubs[19]
Joseph Siravo Stanford University Mendicants[20]
Mira Sorvino Harvard University The Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones[21]
Vienna Teng Stanford University Harmonics[22]
James Van Der Beek Drew University 36 Madison Avenue[23]
Ingrid Michaelson Binghamton University The Binghamtonics[24]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Elie Landau, Guang Ming Easlon, and Joshua Diamant (2003-12-26). "RARB Review of Awaken a cappella: Dysfunktional Family Album". RARB. Retrieved 2006-07-25. 
  2. ^ The Family, Kelly, Kitty., 2004, retrieved 2008-05-22 
  3. ^ Jonathan Coulton Bio, Jonathan Coulton, 2005, retrieved 2008-05-28 
  4. ^ Marsh, Ann (Fall 2005), "Gallagher's Golden Moments", Tufts Magazine 
  5. ^ Alarik, Scott (2001-04-22), ""B-doom doom doom" They're Not Your Father's A Cappella" (– Scholar search), Boston Globe [dead link]
  6. ^ "Art Garfunkel ’62 Receives I.A.L. Diamond Award", Columbia College Today, Jul–Aug 2006 
  7. ^ Jacobson, Rebecca (2007-02-16), ""Inconvenient Truth" director recalls Derbies, house parties", The Brown Daily Herald 
  8. ^ "'Kroks' to celebrate 60 years of song", Harvard Gazette, 2005-02-23 
  9. ^ Sternbergh, Adam (2008-09-14), "The Jerk", New York Magazine 
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  11. ^ Garfinkel, Jennifer (2005-01-06), "Alums bring Fringe fave to Hop", The Dartmouth 
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  13. ^ "Music: Siddhartha Khosla's Goldspot", Khabar, 2011-03  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  14. ^ Deluca, Dan (2006-10-24), "John Legend got lifted", The Philadelphia Inquirer: E01 
  15. ^ Stevenson, Seth (2006-11-20), "Ryan Leslie: hip-hop’s unlikely new star-maker.", New York (magazine) 
  16. ^ Labatt, Grace (2005-11-10), "From Princeton to Primetime: 'Prison Break' star Wentworth Miller '95 remembers his time on campus", The Daily Princetonian 
  17. ^ Cerny, Rapkin (2011-12-14), "Pitch Perfect: The Quest for Collegiate A Cappella Glory", Penguin Group, London 
  18. ^ Lahr, John (2004-04-12), "King Cole", The New Yorker 
  19. ^ "A Cappella With An Edge". Tufts E-News. 2006-01-23. Retrieved 2007-04-06. 
  20. ^ Dressing the Part, Stanford Magazine, May–June 2007, retrieved 2007-06-17 
  21. ^ "Move Over, Kroks and Dins: Here Come the 'Veritones'", The Harvard Crimson, 1985-10-05 
  22. ^ Wright, Nicole (2004-02-27), "Stanford alumna sings her heart out", The Stanford Daily [dead link]
  23. ^ "Drew University's 36 Madison Avenue: List of Alumni". Drew University. Retrieved 2008-05-22. 
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