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Cayuga's Waiters

Background information
Origin Ithaca, NY USA
Genres Collegiate a cappella
Instruments Singing
Years active 1949-Present
Mark Leopold, Drew Milligan, Dave Markowitz, R.J. Curreri, Sam Leonard, Eric Goldberg, Rich Tuorto, Jon Pearson, Austin Moag, Michael Millas, Greg Wyler, Tom Charbonnier, Alex Pappas, Adam Belfer

Cayuga's Waiters is the oldest a cappella group at Cornell University. Formed in 1949 as a subset of the Cornell University Glee Club, the group's rapidly increasing popularity allowed it to become independent from the Glee Club in 1956. [1] The Hangovers are now the official Cornell University Glee Club subset.


Shows and tours

The Waiters in 1962

The Waiters have two main concerts during the academic year, one in the fall and one in late spring. These shows are performed in either Statler Auditorium or Bailey Hall. The spring show is typically called "Spring Fever."

The group also travels around the world during school breaks, and has toured in places such as California, Florida, Puerto Rico, The Canary Islands, Mexico, and Whistler, British Columbia. Recent performances include the national anthem at Los Angeles Lakers, Denver Nuggets, and Miami Heat games, as well as a live performance of Cornell's Alma Mater on CBS's Early Show.

The Waiters, Spring Fever XIX (1993)


  1. ^ "Guide to the Cornell University Glee Club Records, 1890-1986" (Correspondence, programs, scrapbooks, photographs, notebooks, recordings, miscellany.). Collection Number: 37-6-2399. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library. 1890-1986. Retrieved 2006-09-05.  

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