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int'l tour 2008 int'l tour 2010 int'l tour 2010 winter tour 2010 int'l tour 2010 int'l tour 2010 at a university known for its outstanding a cappella community, mixed company represents the best yale has to offer. the group boasts incredibly talented singers and the most diverse repertoire on campus, featuring jazz, rock, musical theater, rhythm and blues, and pop.

About Us

Our History

Mixed Co singing at the Vatican

In the fall of 1981, a small group of Yale undergraduates found themselves torn between the call of sketch comedy and the allure of a cappella singing. Unable to decide between these two competing activities, they decided to form a new group that incorporated the best elements of both. A silver-plated fruit bowl served as a makeshift tap-cup (a necessity for any official group), and thus the original class of Mixed Company was born.

Since then, we have shifted our focus away from sketch comedy and devoted ourselves more seriously to singing, although we still allow our unique brand of humor to shine through during on-campus concerts. Now in its 32nd year of existence, members of Mixed Company have sung for world leaders, produced fourteen studio albums, and performed for audiences on five continents.

Selections from our Current Repertoire

Danny Boy
Irish Folk Song
Don't Let Your Heart
The Mint Juleps
Alicia Keys
Gavin's Song
Marc Broussard
The Indigo Girls
Todd Rundgren
Marc Broussard
Honest Work
Todd Rundgren
If I Were A Boy
Leavin's Not the Only Way to Go
from the musical Big River
Let it Be
The Beatles
Lover to Lover
Florence and the Machine
Mandolin Moon
Sister Hazel
McDonald's Girl
The Barenaked Ladies
Mona Lisa
No Air
Jordin Sparks feat. Chris Brown
Once I Had a Sweetheart
Traditional Appalachian folksong
One Fine Day
The Chiffons
Ready for Love
from the musical The Lion King
Some Nights
Someone Like You
Son of a Preacher Man
Dusty Springfield
Stars and the Moon
from the musical Songs for a New World
Teenage Dream
Katy Perry
Yale's Alma Mater "Bright College Years," Yale Fight Songs, and other classic Yale Songs
Two Points for Honesty
You're All I Need (to Get By)
Aretha Franklin
Zombie Jamboree

Dear Alumni,

If you're an alumnus of Mixed Company who's not yet on the mailing list, or if you'd like to get in touch with your fellow Gumpsters, please contact our alumni coordinator, Moriah Rahamim.

For more information about upcoming tours and Snow Job 2014, e-mail Moriah or check out the Contact section.


Just in case you happened to miss any of our last few Alum Newsletters, check them out here:


Mixed Co can always use your support! If you want to donate to the Gump, click here:

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"Zombie Jamboree: music that you'll treasure all your lives and will most certainly become one of your most precious possessions."

— note on our first arrangement of Zombie Jamboree

Alumni News

Alum Jenny Baik ('09) is performing in NYC-based a cappella group The Lost Keys! Ian Janer ('10+1) has also performed with the group in the past. Check them out!

Gump alum James-Allen Ford ('93)'s a cappella musical, In Transit, won the 2011 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance, and was nominated for 4 more! In Transit will be re-opening Off-Broadway this Fall.

Congratulations to Felicia Ricci ('08), who recently performed as Elphaba in the San Francisco production of Wicked! Felicia is currently the understudy for Eden Espinosa.

Congratulations to Mixed Company's own Aaron Lambert ('06) for recently performing as the understudy for "Eddie" in the West End production of Sister Act! Aaron will soon be joined on stage in London by Whoopi Goldberg.

Congratulations to Amy Justman ('00) and her successful run in the Broadway production of Company and to Ben Eakeley ('00) and his role as Beadle in the national tour of Sweeney Todd!

Congratulations to Kate Mulvihill ('01) on her new place in the Tiffany Consort, a Grammy Award-winning chamber choral ensemble. Additional congratulations to her vocal trio, Trio Eos, on making it to the finals of Early Music America's Medieval and Renaissance Competition for Emerging Artists.

Go to www.myspace.com/sivanoir to listen to Siva Noir, Lexi Newman's ('07) awesome alternative rock band. Go to iTunes to order their new album.

Check out the website of the up-and-coming Indie rock sensation, Whitney Grolig ('05), at www.whitneynichole.com.

And for the music of Josh Dodes ('95) and company, visit the homepage of the Josh Dodes Band, as seen on VH1: Bands on the Run, at www.jdband.com! The band has, at various times, included Gumpsters Adam Blau ('97), Rena Desai ('97), Maiya Sykes ('00) and Krupa Desai ('01).