HomeTrebleMakers 10th Anniversary Spring Concert

06/04/2011 17:00
06/04/2011 19:15
America/New York

Guess what? We're turning 10 years old! That's right, we've been producing EARGASMIC music for an ENTIRE DECADE now! We've officially reached the BIG double digit! We can't imagine celebrating this moment without all of you and your mothers!

The Drexel TrebleMakers would like to invite you to their 10th birthday party! Please join us in Bossone's Mitchel Auditorium  (Market st between N 30th & JFK blvd, Philadelphia, PA 19104) on Saturday June 4, 2011 as we celebrate the our 10th BIRTHDAY! We will be singing all of your favorites from this past year as well as debuting many new songs. In addition, our brother group, 8 to the Bar will be making a guest appearance!

While we will be celebrating 10 years of fantastic sweet sweet sounds, we will also be bidding a sweet farewell to our 2 graduating seniors, Marina Bluvshteyn & Cara Pavia (AKA Babushka & Grandma). They have been in this group FAR too long, at this point the rest of us haven't even lived half the stories they tell. Come join us as we send them off into the real world and embark into a new decade of a cappella music!

Did we mention that on behalf of our birthday we will also have a celebrity featured on a few of our songs? That's right, a straight up celebrity. But you'll have to come to the show to find out more. So stop by Bossone's auditorium on Saturday, June 4th at 5pm for an a cappella event/birthday party you DON'T want to miss! Unlike William & Kate's wedding, this event is not exclusive, all are welcome to join in on the fun. We hope to see you there! 

Doors open at 4:45pm.
$5 - General Admission
$2 - Current Drexel Students

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PS - ATTENTION all honorary members, inactive members, and alumni: We've got something up our sleeves that you will DEFINITELY not want to miss!
PPS - No you're eyes are not deceiving you. For the 1st time in a decade this concert will in fact be on an ACTUAL stage, not a random lecture hall. Clearly it's something special.