The Washington University a cappella group Greenleafs will hold its annual concert, “Green Eggs and Jam,” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14 and 15, in the Lab Sciences Building. The event marks the group’s 20th anniversary on campus.
Besides Greenleafs, each concert will feature two additional a cappella groups per night. Cadence of Kansas State University will perform both nights, while WUSTL’s Mosaic Whispers and The Pikers will perform one night each.
“We’re really excited about the show this year because every song that we will be singing was arranged by someone currently in the group,” said senior Jess Farrell. “It’s just a really fun set list for us to sing, and I think that shows.”
Greenleafs, WUSTL’s premier all-female a cappella group, is the second-oldest a cappella group on campus. It consists of 12 performers with the newest members having joined at the beginning of the school year. The group spans all grade levels, from freshmen to seniors.
Greenleafs will be performing eight new numbers, ranging from contemporary songs to “throwbacks” from the 1990s and everything in between. Tickets are $5 for students and $7 for adults.
Kansas State’s Cadence is an all-male a cappella group of 12 members. They sing a variety of barbershop, oldies, doo-wop and pop music. The Pikers and the Mosaic Whispers are campus favorites and perform regularly in the St. Louis area.
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