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Are you a Suffolk grad student who loves to sing? Cohen's D Major is a fun a cappella group for busy grad students! Don't let the undergrads have all the fun.
The Common is Suffolk's house band. They play all styles of rock music and host an annual show at the Hard Rock Cafe. Check out their first music video and their full performance opening for Post Malone at the Royale on their YouTube channel.
The Jazz Ensemble, formed in 2005, is comprised of talented vocalists and instrumentalists who all share a passion for music.
Musicians Network is an initiative to bring Suffolk musicians together. Suffolk musicians perform, play together and have access to the resources musicians need. The Musicians Network is always looking for new musicians to join!
The Ramifications are Suffolk's popular co-ed a cappella group. Formed in the spring of 2001 and composed of 12-15 students, this group quickly made a name for itself in the Suffolk community, the Boston area, and even around the Northeast. The group has a contemporary repertoire spanning everything from pop and rock to R&B and soul. The Ramifications have two albums to their credit: Voices in the Attic and If Maniacs Riot (You can buy this second CD in the Suffolk Bookstore for $12!). They're working on a brand-new CD now.
You can see the Ramifications at campus events including SpringFest, the Performing Arts Winter concert, and their annual A Cappella Festival. They also perform regularly with other a cappella groups throughout the Northeast and are available for private functions both on and off campus. Past appearances include singing the National Anthem at a Celtics game and a guest performance during a Valentine's Day segment on Fox 25 news.
Rampage Show Choir sings and dances to pop songs, ballads, and modern show tunes. Rampage is New England's ONLY collegiate show choir and were the 2016 hosts of FAME Orlando, a national show choir championship series. They host auditions every year for all vocal parts and dance backgrounds. They also host an annual cabaret show and perform at a variety of Suffolk events throughout the year.
Seriously Bent has earned a reputation as one of the funniest collegiate improv comedy troupes in the greater Boston area. Known for their quick wit and fun-filled, on-the-spot games, the group performs at Suffolk orientation and frequently at Boston’s Improv Asylum and ImprovBoston. They host an annual improv festival and perform every Thursday at 10pm in the basement of Smith Hall. Accolades include: 2005, 2006, and 2007 College Improv Champions, 2014 regional College Improv Tournament Champions. The team also has competed nationally in Chicago.
The Performing Arts Office's newest group, Soulfully Versed is a coed a cappella group with soul!
Tip Tap Toe is a fun, casual dance group for folks of any major or background who love to tap. Beginners are welcome!
TrXbe is Suffolk's African Hip Hop dance group formed during the 2014-2015 school year. They perform successfully and in style every year at Performing Arts Office concerts.
The Union of Designers, Operators, and Technicians (UDOT) aims to nurture, educate, and grow both the number and abilities of student event technicians and designers in the Suffolk community, as well as to serve as a resource for any Suffolk event that needs technicians and designers. To this end, UDOT runs workshops and organizes backstage tours. Members also have staffed and consulted on many Suffolk events in many capacities, ranging from stage manager to lighting designer to sound designer.