* Photo by Kageaki Smith. Singing for a cause: Members of Radcliffe Pitches — Harvard University’s premier female a capella singing ensemble — performed at the Anglican Cathedral on Thursday as part of the Habitat for Humanity fundraiser.
* Photo by Kageaki Smith. Singing for a cause: Members of Radcliffe Pitches — Harvard University’s premier female a capella singing ensemble — performed at the Anglican Cathedral on Thursday as part of the Habitat for Humanity fundraiser.
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Harvard University singing groups The Harvard Krokodiloes, The Radcliffe Pitches and the Din and Tonics came to perform at the Habitat for Humanity fundraising concert held at the Anglican Cathedral on Thursday.

The concert raised $1,000 for Bermudian Charity Habitat for Humanity. The charity aims to address the need for affordable housing in Bermuda by partnering with Bermuda businesses and families in need.

Their music ranges from artists inspired by musical legends such as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra as well as American jazz from the 1920's to the 1940's and popular music.