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Krokodiloes World Tour 2017 | Shanghai Exclusive

  • Kee Club 796 Huaihai Middle Road Shanghai (map)

The Harvard Club of Shanghai is delighted to bring to you this exclusive concert

World Tour 2017
The Harvard Krokodiloes

The Harvard Krokodiloes have the gift of warming one’s soul and enriching one’s day. I cannot praise too highly their musicality, versatility, sense of style, and dedication to excellence.
— Leonard Bernstein

The Harvard Club of Shanghai is pleased to present the 2017 World Tour of the world-renowned a cappella group, The Harvard Krokodiloes, live performance at the exclusive KEE Club. Please join fellow alumni for this very special event by the Kroks.


Monday 5 June 2017 | 19.30 - 21.30

Kee Club
796 Huaihai Middle Road

To attend the event, you must register here
RMB 175   Regular Member (Discount Code sent by email)
RMB 300  Alumni and Guests

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The Kroks are rooted in the Hasty Pudding Club, founded in 1770 and recognized as the oldest collegiate social organization in the United States. The club was built upon traditions of brotherhood, wine, and verse, a combination which led four of the more musically minded members, in 1946, to carry those traditions into the world of close harmony. Inspired by the stuffed crocodiles mounted upon the wall of the Pudding’s Upstairs Bar, these pioneering songsters appropriated the Greek word for crocodile, and the Krokodiloes were born.

Among the luminaries the Kroks have entertained are Ella Fitzgerald, Yo-Yo Ma, Princess Grace and Princess Caroline of Monaco, King Bhumibol of Thailand, Elizabeth Taylor, Julia Roberts, and Leonard Bernstein, ’39 (who composed music for the group). They have performed on National Public Radio, “Good Morning America,” “The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson,” and on television internationally.

Earlier Event: May 17
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