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Ohvia Muraleetharan '18
Sofía Campoamor '19
Ananya Parthasarathy '20
Haley Mitchell-Adams '18
Mary Petzke '18
Ariela Zebede '19
Neha Bhatt '20
Nancy Walecki '20
Aaron McAleavey '18
Emil Beckford '19
Jacob Miller '19
Tyler Harkness '18
Grant Laster '18
Isaac Young '19
Matt Norris '20
Danny Keller '18
Dylan Young '18
Liam Riley '19
John Mori '20
Jacob Miller '19, Musical Director
Mary Petzke '18, Business Manager
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, United States (1981)
Trespassing, Molly Pitcher, Jam Session, 7/10 Split, Gumption, Two Steps
Redhot & Blue, The Duke's Men of Yale, Out of the Blue, The Spizzwinks, The Whiffenpoofs
Mixed Company of Yale is a co-ed undergraduate a cappella group from Yale University. Founded in 1981, Mixed Company was originally formed as a group specializing in both sketch comedy and a cappella. Today, the group focuses primarily on singing, though the group often integrates skits and other comedy into performances. The group has toured on five continents and regularly performs for world leaders visiting Yale's campus. Mixed Company has released 15 studio albums, and their most recent recording, Jam Session, was released in Summer 2015.
Tanya Wexler '92, film director known for her 2011 comedy Hysteria.
Bellamy Young '92, stage and film actress. Starred in The Life and Merrily We Roll Along on Broadway and currently plays Mellie Grant on the ABC show Scandal.
James-Allen Ford '93, writer of In Transit, an Off-Broadway musical. In Transit was nominated for 5 Drama Desk awards, winning the 2011 award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance.
Angela Warnick Buchdahl '94, first Asian-American to be ordained as a rabbi.
Eric Braverman '97, former CEO of the Clinton Foundation and lecturer at the Yale School of Management.
Ari Shapiro '00, reporter for National Public Radio, frequent performer with Pink Martini.
Ben Eakeley '00, performer in the Broadway and National Tour productions of Sweeney Todd as well as the Broadway productions of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, She Loves Me, and Cabaret (musical).
Maiya Sykes '00, contestant on season 7 of The Voice and a member of the musical collective Postmodern Jukebox.
Amy Justman '00, performer in the Broadway productions of Company (musical), White Christmas (musical), The Phantom of the Opera (1986 musical), and A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder.
Estelí Gomez '08, soprano in the Grammy Award-winning vocal ensemble Roomful of Teeth.
Mixed Company records a new album every other year. Since its founding, it has recorded 15 studio albums:
Mixed Company albums have been reviewed by the Recorded A Cappella Review Board.
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