The Harvard Din & Tonics are an all male jazz a cappella group known around the world for their rich tradition of musical and performance excellence. With a repertoire centered on American jazz standards of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s, these Harvard gentlemen — who perform in white tie, tails, and lime green socks — have an enviable reputation for impeccable musicality, snappy choreography, and hilarious antics. ... Read More ...
Listen to the Dins!
To hear more tight harmonies from the Dins, check out any one of our 14 studio albums
. The most recent, Rhapsody in Green
, was released in July 2012.
If you are interested in having the Din & Tonics perform for you, or if you are interested in receiving a publicity package containing information, photos, and testimonials, please contact our Business Manager, Rémi Yang, by visiting our contact page, or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are eager to work with you to create a performance that is perfect for your event. ... Read More ...
New Baby Dins!
On this wonderful day, four fabulous Din babies were born. We are pleased to introduce: – Din #225 Alex Raun – Din #226 Michael Musharbash – Din #227 Jaemin Cheun – Din #228 Will Jaroszewicz We are so proud to call these four gentlemen Dins, and we welcome them into the Din family. Congratulations!
It’s Time Once Again For Din Auditions!
Attention all male degree seeking Harvard students: (Sorry ladies!) The Dins are thrilled to announce that we will be holding our fall auditions! A world-famous reputation, a rich tradition and heritage, a close family of alumni, sold out concerts across the globe, spring-break on the shores of Bermuda, and a 20+ country World Tour are just a few of the reasons to try out! If you like to sing, weRead the Rest…
Jazz from Across the Pond
The Dins are excited to be holding a joint concert with the Oxford Gargoyles on March 30th at 8pm in Holden Chapel! The Oxford Gargoyles are visiting on their Spring East Coast tour, and they are sure to wow the crowd with their tight harmonies and exciting musical arrangements. Best of all, the concert is free! So be sure toRead the Rest…