The Hangovers are one of Cornell’s all-male groups, and are the official subset of the Cornell University Glee Club. 

Founded in 1968, they are the oldest a cappella group on campus and the official a cappella subset of the Cornell University Glee Club, the oldest student organization at Cornell University. The Hangovers' repertoire consists mainly of popular songs arranged by its members, but the group also performs traditional Cornell songs, as well as selections from the Glee Club repertoire on occasion. The Hangovers are one of the few ensembles on campus who enjoy the privilege of going on domestic and international tours. In the past five years, they have held annual tours to Spain, California, Hong Kong, the Northeast, and Puerto Rico. Other accomplishments by the Hangovers include: advancing to the semifinals of the 2001 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, performing for the PBS documentary "Rescue at Sea," and singing for notables including Gerald Ford, Henry Kissinger, and Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In order to audition for the Hangovers, you must be a member of the Cornell University Glee Club.

Auditions: TBD

Concert Date: November 2nd, 7 PM at Statler Auditorium




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