The Pipes is Trinity College’s oldest and only co-ed a cappella group. The group originated as a male quartet in 1938 in the library of Trinity’s St. Anthony’s Hall. Over the years the Pipes evolved from a small male choir to a folk band to an a cappella group. When the college went co-ed in 1970, so did the Pipes. The Pipes’ musical taste is as diverse as the people in the group; integrating into their repertoire jazz standards such as “Perfidia” and 80s classics like “Jesse’s Girl” to country favorites and the newest releases by popular artists such as Gavin DeGraw and The Fray, the Pipes have a song for just about everyone. A new CD is released at least every other year and our newest one, pipedream, is on sale now! The Pipes perform for Trinity students and faculty, at Hartford charity events, for alumni and private parties, and at many other colleges and educational institutions.


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