The Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones
The Harvard-Radcliffe Veritones are one of Harvard College's contemporary, co-ed a cappella groups. Founded in 1985 by a group of undergraduate students (including Academy Award winner Mira Sorvino), the group originally sang spirituals. Today, the group is known for its diverse repertoire, sense of public service, and tight-knit alumni community.
Annual Traditions & Performances
The group's annual traditions include a 3-5 day trip to NYC before Christmas break, skiing in Vermont over wintersession, and retreats on the Cape or in woodland log cabins. The group also tours every summer. Past destinations have included Great Britain, Colorado, and San Francisco.
Other than its annual Fall and Spring Jams, the Veritones perform at a variety of private and public events throughout the year in the Boston-New York area, including the JFK Presidential Library and the Harvard-Yale Game weekend.