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Cayuga's Waiters
A Cornell Tradition Is Coming to Seattle!
Fremont Abbey Arts Center
Thursday, January 9th, 2014, 6:30 – 8:30 PM

  Touchdown Singing
The Cornell Club of Western Washington is so proud and happy to announce that Cayuga's Waiters will be making a stop in Seattle while on tour on the West Coast! This is a rare opportunity to hear them perform and to mingle with them and other Cornellians before and afterward while enjoying light refreshments.

Join us Thursday, January 9th, 2014, from 6:30 – 8:30 PM, for an evening of fabulous music and great Cornellian company! Tickets will be $15, and you can register here.


Cayuga's Waiters  
Formed in 1949, The Waiters are not only Cornell University's oldest all-male a cappella group, but also one of the University's oldest traditions. They are on Cornell's list of "161 things" for their well known concert staple "We Didn't Go to Harvard," a witty and sometimes thought provoking satire about a semi-well-known school called Harvard University. Acting as an independent and standalone group for over sixty years, the Waiters are a talented, quality vocal group that has a long and well-regarded performance history.

The group has traveled extensively, spreading their renown in recent years to places such as London, England; Vancouver, Canada; Miami, Florida; and Southern California. The group has performed at venues that include the Palace of Westminster, the White House, and the rink of the L.A. Kings. When not jet setting, the group is home at Cornell University preparing for either their fall show, "Fall Show," or their spring show, "Spring Fever." In addition to their two major shows, the group performs for various events and organizations on campus and in Upstate New York.

  Cayuga's Waiters


Join us for an evening of music and great Cornellian company! Tickets will be $15 and you can register here.


About our venue, the Fremont Abbey Arts Center

Built in 1914, the Fremont Abbey is a beautiful, old brick church building (originally St Paul's Lutheran) that went from being vacant in the late 1990′s, to being a temporary shelter, to undergoing major renovations in late 2007. Major work culminated in March 2008 with a Grand re-opening party, and ongoing improvements continue each year. Address: 4272 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103. Directions

Join us for an evening of music and great Cornellian company! Tickets will be $15 and you can register here.


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