The Yale Spizzwinks(?), America’s oldest underclassman a cappella group, have entertained audiences around the world with a unique blend of sweet harmony and tongue-in-cheek humor in 1914. The suggested donation is $15. Reception to follow.
Event begins at 5:00PM
Presented by: The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
Featured Artist(s): The Yale Spizzwinks(?)
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