Singing at the 10th Annual A Cappella Benefit Concert
This past weekend, we had the distinct pleasure of performing in the gorgeous Latchis Theater in Brattleboro, VT. This is a show we've come to really love being a part of, and we look forward to it every year! The whole shindig was (of course) emceed by the illustrious Danny Lichtenfeld B'93, a Beelzebub alumnus who is the Director of the Brattleboro Museum & Art enter who, in addition to having a real life and family, has been the driving force behind the gorgeous 50th anniversary exhibit that is currently on display at the Remis Sculpture Court in the Tufts Art Gallery.
The weekend started (as many a Bubs weekend does) with a drive in a van. As you can see from the photo, we were all rally freaking excited. We knew we'd be seeing the lovely ladies of the Syracuse Mandarins, so naturally, Dorian wore his shirt. Here he isRead more
Carl Haber B'16
Or, as we like to say, "Cahl Heybeuh". We are so thrilled to present our newest New Guy, Carl, who hails all the way from deep in the suburbs of Boston. He's a graduate of Gann Academy, a Libra, and enjoys long walks on the beach. We're completely agreed that he's an incredible addition to our dysfunctionally cacophonous family, and we can't wait to show the world what he can do! If you see him around, be sure to say hello and give him some congratulations, because without a doubt, he's pretty awesome!
Jason clearly agrees.
The Bubs Get Scrubby at Squam
Winter break was fraught with adventure for most of us. Ethan went to the Dominican Republic, Lukas went to California, and Tom trekked all the way to the moon and back. However, none of these exciting journeys even held a candle to the quest upon which we all embarked together, during the last eleven days of our reprieve from academia. Nay, no escapade, however wild, could ever compare to the glory that is the time we spent on the frigid shores of Squam Lake in good ol' New Hampshire, recording what will ultimately be a treasure worth more than any sum of gold or precious stones. Dear readers, the time has come again for the world to begin its anticipatory quivering over the release of THE NEXT ALBUM (cue epic musical flourish)!
We laughed, we sang, we cried (a lot, actually), and we had the great good fortune to see a number of illustrious alumni grace our studio space. For you, dear readers, we have compiled a collection of images we believe bestRead more
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Gearing up for the 50th!
We wanted to give a little sneak peek of the unbelievable work that Danny Lichtenfeld B'93 and his team have been doing in the Tufts Gallery to celebrate the Golden Anniversary. The exhibit opens this coming Tursday, so go check it out!
Pictured: The original jacket of the original Bub. Woah.
Home Show, Alumni, and Community day... what more could we want?
This past weekend, after countless hours of rehearsal, during our new guy’s FIRST HELL WEEK (WOOOOO!), We kicked off our year with lots of performing, and of course, lots of partying with alums. First off, we are happy to say that our new guys survived hell week and they are still bright-eyed bushy-tailed new guys, eager to conquer the world of a cappella. Our weekend started off with our first big home show of the year in Goddard Chapel, our homecoming show. First of all we want to thank everyone who came! In spite of the pouring rain, both shows were packed. Fortunately, the chapel stayed just under 1,000,000 degrees for the whole night (although barely). We are also happy to say that the future of Tufts a cappella is looking bright. Both the Amalgamates and the Jills sounded awesome at both shows, and we are super excited to perform with them throughout the year.
As for us, the show offered us our first big opportunity to reveal some new themes forRead more
Proudly Presenting: B'16
Here they are, World! The Tufts Beelzebubs proudly present B’16. Introducing (from left) Ed Rosini, Dorian Pistilli, and Adam Gotbaum. After endless hours of auditions and callbacks, we found our new brothers, and a better looking bunch we never did see. But don’t worry folks— just because Adam looks like he’s posing for the cover of a cheezy horror film in this photo doesn’t mean he doesn’t phograph well... it’s a work in progress. Get ready for big things from these guys!
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