We are the Fallen Angels, Harvard's* premier upper-voice, contemporary a cappella group. Besides our on campus performances, we participate in community service, joint events with a cappella groups from other schools, and additional gigs. Since 2001, we have been arranging our own songs and performing in Harvard's historic Sanders Theater twice a year. With a dynamic contemporary repertoire, The Fallen Angels are available for hire for events in the Boston area. You can find us on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube! Check out our photos, videos, and repertoire for more information on the Fallen Angels!
What makes us unique?
Every a cappella group has a unique style! Here are the things that we think set us apart:
We are the only a cappella group at Harvard college that guarantees a solo for every member every semester! We are proud of our members' voices and we want to be able to show them off! Everyone always gets a chance to shine. All our members nominate and vote on songs every semester to create our setlist for the following semester. Not only to we have a new setlist every semester, but our members all collectively decide what that set list will be! You'll never get bored of our setlist because it's always adapting to our members and their personal styles. Every senior gets to choose a senior solo. Every spring our graduating seniors get to choose a full song they want to solo on in Sander's Theater! Not only do they get to choose whatever song they like, but they get to arrange it as well so their final Fallen Angels performance sounds exactly how they want it! Which brings us to... We arrange all of our music! Every song we preform is arranged by our members, whether they are a music director or not. We understand that first and foremost, our members are Harvard students. Academics should always, and will always, come first in FA. We don't expect the Fallen Angels to be your only commitment. It's this attitude that allows us to do so many amazing things outside of a cappella!
*We are a student-run organization at Harvard College.