May 04, 2014

Yale Redhot & Blue invitation to May concerts in Denmark

Dear alumni in Denmark,

Yale University's a cappacella group Redhot & Blue will touring Denmark in May, and we have been invited to their concerts. Please feel free to share with friends and family. 

Below are detailed information from Julian Drucker, who has been in touch with us about the upcoming tour:

In Copenhagen, we have a concert on Sunday, May 18th at St. Alban's Church at 12:15 PM.

Later that day, we have a concert at Søllerød Church at 3:00 PM.  

Then, we go to Helsingør for a concert on Tuesday, May 20th at 7:30 PM at Vestervang Church.  

Finally, on Wednesday, May 21st, we will be singing in Sorø at the Klosterkirke at 7:30 PM. 

These are the Facebook events for each concert with all of the details. It would mean so much to see you at one of them! Also, please feel free to invite any family and friends. We would love to have a big audience! 






Some background:

Redhot & Blue is Yale University's oldest mixed-voice a cappella group. We are very excited to be coming to Denmark next May as a part of our summer tour. Rooted in a strong jazz tradition, we have the pleasure of touring internationally every year to share our music with audiences all over the world. Last year, we were fortunate enough to tour Spain and England, and this summer, we're thrilled to be traveling to Denmark!

We will be there from May 14th-24th, and though we are from Yale (but my father went to Columbia!), I was wondering if you might be interested in having us at the Columbia Club of Copenhagen for a concert during that time.

In the past three years, we have performed at such locations as UNESCO in Paris, the Spanish Steps in Rome, Deree University in Athens, Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, and Yale Clubs across the United States. Additionally, we have been asked to perform for the likes of Harry Belafonte, Morgan Freeman, and President Barack Obama.

Read more:



stalbans poster

sollerodkirke poster


vestervangkirke poster

soroklosterkirke poster





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