The Harvard Krokodiloes

The Harvard Krokodiloes are Harvard University’s oldest a cappella singing group, founded in 1946. From Cambridge to Cape Town to Carnegie Hall, the Kroks have delighted audiences worldwide with their unique blend of a cappella harmony and humor. With repertoire spanning the Great American Songbook and beyond, the Kroks present a polished, professional product, fine-tuned over the course of more than 150 concerts every year. Having celebrated its 75th anniversary this past year, the Kroks have recorded over 30 albums and performed in the finest venues across the world, including Madison Square Garden, the Lincoln Center, Beijing Concert Hall, and the Sydney Opera House.

Every year for the past 37 years (except for 2020 and 2021), the Kroks have embarked on international tours. The group has traveled to over 45 countries and hundreds of major cities, from Bangkok to Buenos Aires, New Delhi to Nairobi, and Sydney to Seoul. Each year, the group travels for 15+ weeks to 5+ continents and 16+ countries, performing for guests such as King Bhumibol of Thailand, President Mukherjee of India, Meryl Streep, Anne Hathaway, Ella Fitzgerald, and Aga Khan.

The Kroks are absolutely delighted to be back on tour after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, and look forward to entertaining all of our guests at the “A Night to Remember” Charity Concert!

To learn more about the Krokodiloes, please click here to visit their website.