The Princeton Tigertones

Founded in 1946, the Tigertones are Princeton University's signature a capella group. Through their 68 year history, the Tones have preserved a trademark culture of good friends and good music while entertaining audiences across the globe.


Music

Great music is what brings the Tigertones together, and maintaining musical excellence is the group's highest priority. The Tigertones' repertoire consists of over 50 songs that span time periods and genres. Every song in the repertoire was arranged by a current or former member of the group.

Performance

The Tigertones perform for thousands of people across the globe every year, and have appeared at the White House, Carnegie Hall, and even an NFL game. The group has recently traveled to England, Puerto Rico, France, Brazil, Scotland, and Bermuda, and is currently planning a Fall 2014 tour to China.

Tradition

The Tigertones' rich history makes the group a special experience. Innumerable traditions - among other things, an annual trip to Bermuda, campus arch sings, and certain songs themselves - serve both to create a distinctive group culture and to unite young and old Tigertones across generations. 


Become a Tone

The life of a Tigertone is full of camaraderie, adventure, and musical excellence. The group begins every year with a week in Bermuda, ventures to Europe biennially, and sings in places like Rio de Janeiro, San Diego, and the White House during the year.

Interested in joining the Tones? Click below to sign up for an audition and learn more about our auditions process.

Auditions Quick Facts

Who?
Guys in the classes of 2018 or 2017

What?
A 15 minute quickie with the Tones

Where?
100 Foulke Hall
Just walk around until you see a big orange Tiger on a door. That's us!

When?
The evenings of September 14-17
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Painful?
Not at all!