Last night, the Bryn Mawr Extreme Keys and Haverford S-chords hosted a joint concert to celebrate their new members. The twist was that the S-chord new members had no idea they were going to be blind folded and led to the Radnor common room at Bryn Mawr to perform on the spot. The concert was an exemplary Bi-Co collaboration between two popular student run acapella groups.
After unblinding their new members, the S-chords had their new members introduce themselves with their names, where they’re from, and their favorite body part. Then the male acapella group performed hits like “Mary Ann” and “Viva La Haverford.”
The Extreme Keys performed next, but first they also had their new members introduce themselves with their names, where they’re from, and what they would fill an empty pool with. They performed hits like the classic “Good Ole Bryn Mawr” and “Everything I Need.”
The audience was small and mostly Bryn Mawr, but everyone still enjoyed the show and cheered loudly. Acapella is quite strong in the Bi-Co. Acapella singers take auditions and rehearsal time very seriously. There are many different groups and many concerts to attend. Concerts are usually short and sweet (this one was around half an hour), so they make the perfect study break, short social activity, etc.