Founded in 1959, the King's Men of Columbia College is one of the most famous a cappella groups in the United States.
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Student Arts Groups
The Columbia campus is home to a wide variety of student arts and culture groups serving nearly every possible interest. You can filter by your interest or search for a specific group. Don’t see your group? Are you a new student leader or do you have a new Facebook page? We’d love to hear from you. Please email Rebecca Popp (email@example.com) with your comments, edits, and suggestions.
LateNite Theatre maintains a fifteen-year commitment to the Columbia/Barnard playwright community.
The Louis Armstrong Jazz Performance Program in the Music Department at Columbia University offers both undergraduate and graduate students jazz performance experience and private lessons.
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The Metrotones are Columbia University’s all female a cappella group, founded in 1983, when Columbia became a coeducational institution.
NOMADS produces original student-written theatre each semester, and is one of only two clubs at Columbia University that presents student-writing for the stage.
Columbia University’s Nonsequitur is a co-ed a cappella group specializing in a wide variety of music from across the musical spectrum.
Notes and Keys is wholeheartedly dedicated to producing wicked awesome a cappella music for the Columbia community, remaining the most fun and diverse group on campus, playing exhaustive rounds of
Orchesis is Columbia's largest performing arts group. We are completely student-run, from the production to the choreography to the dancing.
P&S For the Arts is dedicated to supporting, raising awareness of, and advocating for the visual and performing arts (including music, drama, dance, and film).