January 6, 2004 Albany- A world famous a cappella group entertained south Georgians Tuesday tonight at Albany's Municipal Auditorium.
The Yale Whiffenpoofs are nearing the end of their winter tour. They perform jazz, classic ballads, and traditional Yale songs. They've been performing for 95-years.
"In American Collegiate circles, it's one of the most famous a cappella choirs," said Ben Lawson, president of the Albany Concert Association. "All men of course, coming from Yale University."
Tickets are available for two upcoming shows put on by The Albany Concert Association. The Capital City Opera on January 24th and the Saint Petersburg Classic Russian Ballet in March.
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