Founded in 1968, The Hangovers are the official a cappella subset of the Glee Club and the oldest a cappella group at Cornell. The Glee Club, founded in 1868, is a tenor-bass choir comprised of 50-60 voices that sings a wide variety of choral music.
The Cornell Hangovers
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As the a cappella subset, The Hangovers perform more light-hearted pop and contemporary music. Since its founding, the group has traveled to over twenty countries and spanned both US coasts. Recently, the group has toured to California (2018) and Hong Kong (2017). This year, the Hangovers are celebrating 50 years of music-making at Cornell. Last fall, the group released its fifteenth studio album, Open 5th, and held a successful 50th Anniversary Concert for hundreds of Hangovers alumni and Cornell students.
This spring, the group toured internationally with alumni in Spain. The Hangovers are excited to perform at the Homer Center for the Arts for the fourth year in a row. We always enjoy getting to perform locally for people outside of the Cornell community. We hope you’ll join us for a night of fun, upbeat a cappella!