With auditions right around the corner, now is the time to introduce Connecticut College’s seven a cappella groups!
- Co Co beaux, founded 1978
“The group performs a mixture of new hits and classic oldies, and travels throughout the Northeast to perform at other colleges, high schools, and events. We try to make ourselves known on campus by performing at open mics, doing some community service, and performing for concerts like the Green Dot concert.”
- ConnArtists, founded 1995
“The ConnArtists is Connecticut College’s premier co-ed a cappella group, which strives to be upbeat, relevant and above all entertaining. With a repertoire ranging from current hits to unforgettable classics, the group is sure to please anyone within earshot, and most importantly have a great time making great music.”
- Conn Chords, Founded 1946
“We sing a wide range of songs and genres, including The Mamas and The Papas, Gnarls Barkley, John Mayer, Kehlani, Coldplay and Frank Sinatra. We rehearse six hours a week and have performed at other colleges, schools, nursing homes, private parties, school functions, and more. We have released eleven CDs, the most recent of which debuted in September of 2017, and another CD will be recorded in the near future.”
- miss connduct, Founded 2010
“Connecticut College’s newest a cappella group, Miss Connduct is unique and inventive. We love to showcase the fun and excitement that music, can bring to life.”
- The Shwiffs, founded 1944
“Throughout the school year, the Shwiffs perform at numerous events both on and off campus. The Shwiffs’ past repertoire includes songs by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Billy Joel, Kehlani, Maggie Rogers, Daniel Caeser, and Noah Cyrus. Members rehearse seven hours each week and all arrangements are learned by ear.”
- Vox Cameli, Founded 1999
“We are a co-ed a Cappella group that performs at school functions, outside charity events, other universities, and twice a year at our own shows. We hold auditions every fall and sometimes in the spring as well.”
- Williams Street Mix, Founded 1991
“The Williams Street Mix is the oldest co-ed a capella group at Connecticut College. We sing a variety of music from classic oldies and rock to pop and ensemble pieces. Come see us perform throughout the year or even join us with auditions every fall!”
See something you like? Sign up to audition for any or all of the a cappella groups at the Crozier Williams College Center front desk, 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM from Monday, October 4 to Wednesday, October 6!