The Harvard Callbacks

Harvard's premier coed a cappella group

music

IN PERFORMANCE

The Callbacks perform every semester on the historic Sanders Theatre stage. Every semester brings an entirely new set list, with new original arrangements and soloists. Watch some of our favorites below. You can click here for more videos on the Callbacks YouTube channel!

Recordings

The Callbacks recently released our 30th Anniversary album! Feel free to check out all of our recordings on Spotify and iTunes. Our arrangements are known for their complexity and originality; see for yourself here in recordings from our most recent CD – 1986! Click on any of the albums/singles to listen to our songs on Spotify!

Repertoire

Our current repertoire reflects our contemporary sensibilities. The list below includes Callbacks classics and songs from our recent setlists.

recent

Ain't Got Far To Go - Jess Glynne

All I Ask - Adele

Come On Eileen - Dexy's Midnight Runners

Good Grief - Bastille

Hymn for the Weekend - Coldplay feat. Beyoncé

September - Earth, Wind, and Fire

Sunday Candy - Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment (feat. Chance the Rapper)

Valerie - Amy Winehouse

Signed, Sealed, Delivered - Stevie Wonder

Let it Be - The Beatles

Bottom of the River - Delta Rae

Lean On Me - Bill Withers

Current

Lay Me Down - Sam Smith

American Girl - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Can't Take My Eyes Off of You - Lauryn Hill

Chasing Pavements - Adele

Dancing in the Moonlight - King Harvest/Toploader

Killing Me Softly With His Song - The Fugees

Letter - Joe Cocker

Shape of You - Ed Sheeran

Sit Still, Look Pretty - Daya

Sunday Morning - Maroon 5

You're All I Need to Get By - Marvin Gaye

With a sound experience in music, students from a Capella groups often have the option to go into some kind of music production after graduation. Whether you want to sing for a theater, church group or for a recording studio, professional singers have opportunities in many different avenues. Many professionals even sing as a part-time hobby in their free-time.

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