Do you like to sing songs at a rapid-fire pace?
Do you know the entirety of Tom Lehrer's "Elements" song?
Curious about Gilbert and Sullivan?
Then join us for our first ever Patter-a-Thon on Sunday, January 24 at 6PM in W20-407! Patter songs are songs with "a moderately fast to very fast tempo with a rapid succession of rhythmic patterns in which each syllable of text corresponds to one note." We'll be singing through as many Gilbert and Sullivan patters and parodies of Gilbert and Sullivan patters as we can and pizza dinner will be provided! No previous experience is necessary to participate.
If you would like to sing a particular Gilbert and Sullivan patter song, please email Phil Arevalo (firstname.lastname@example.org) with one or more songs you'd like to do, and a little bit about yourself and your singing experience. Parodies of patter songs also allowed and encouraged! If you just want to join in on the fun, there will be opportunities for choral singing as well, so come on down!
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