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Harvard University’s oldest a capella singing group the Krokodileos will perform at MonacoUSA’s next monthly networking event at Stars’n’bars on Tuesday, July 31, 18:00-20:00. The group, founded in 1946, has recorded over 30 albums and performed live in more than 100 countries.
“The Krokodileos are 12 very talented young Harvard undergraduates with great voices and a very cheeky sense of humour,” according to Annette Anderson, Director of MonacoUSA. “They’ve performed for presidents, kings and even our own Princess Caroline and Princess Grace whom they made an Honorary Krokodiloe in 1982.”
The Kroks are rooted in the Hasty Pudding Club, founded in 1770 and recognised as the oldest collegiate social organisation in the United States.
The event is open to all nationalities and there is no entrance fee.
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