Class of 2019

Daniel Granberg

Tenor

Daniel hails from Montrose, Colorado. He is majoring Math and getting certificates in COS and Humanities, and is the president of R20, but somehow still finds the time to sing with the Glee Club, Chamber Choir, Contrapunctus, and Chapel Choir. It’s okay. We don’t get it either. When Daniel is not singing, he is probably climbing. He has trekked through the Alps and the Himalayas for weeks at a time, and climbed just about every mountain he could find in his home state. Daniel is the wannabe whistler in the group, but usually has to settle for being a tenor.

Sam Duffey

Bass

Hailing from the far away land of Brookhaven, Pennsylvania, Sam is a dashing young man, as well a sensible human being who chooses to drink Coke over Pepsi. Also a member of Glee Club, Contrapunctus, and Chapel Choir, he’s probably decent at singing. Sam majors in Economics, though his passions include running and eating “honestly any type of bread.” He has a pet cat and a pet dog and, like the good parent that he is, refuses to pick a favorite between the two.

Andrew Ge

Bass

Andrew hails from Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, but has lived in six states. He is an avid lover of cats, and the number of states he’s called home can only be surpassed by the number of cat shirts he owns (seven!). His parents, grandparents and sister are all doctors, so it’s pretty obvious that he is determined to be… an engineer. When he’s not singing jaw dropping bass notes, he likes to shoot with the Archery Club, chill with his cat Muffin, and build radios and speakers literally from scratch (we’ve seen it and it’s crazy).

 Andy Zhang

Tenor

Andy is a New Yorker with an effortlessly impeccable sense of style. Every morning he climbs out of bed and fashionable clothing is magnetically attracted to him. Unfortunately, he lives in Forbes, so no one has ever made the walk over to observe this daily miracle. Andy is in Glee Club and is also a brother in Sigma Chi, proudly serving as evidence that Princeton does in fact have fraternities. After considering ORFE for a while, he realized that he had to follow R20 BSE tradition and became a COS major instead.

Class of 2020

Jenny Xin, Music Director

Soprano

Hailing from drought-ridden Palo Alto, CA, Jenny Xin is a faithful soprano member from the Class of 2020. Her talents are not limited to singing, however. She also plays piano (she has perfect pitch!) and ice skates in her free time. Catch her at Baker Rink doing her best synchronized skating routines. Don’t take Jenny to a pet store, though — she’s severely allergic to cats and dogs!

Eunice Kim

Alto

Eunice hails from Queens, New York City, and graduated from Stuyvesant High School (pronounced STY-ve-sent, not Stew-ee-ve-SAHN), where she cultivated her love for singing. She plans to major in architecture, but thinks that the architecture building is a giant disgrace to the entire department. A self-described lowkey FOB, Eunice loves to hum along to k-pop in her dulcet alto tones, wear Birkenstocks, and talk about going to the gym. She can be found not going to the gym, screeching along to karaoke in the worst possible octaves, playing ultimate frisbee, or taking a nap facedown on the common room carpet in her roommate’s throw.

Michael Stambler, President

Bass

Michael is from West Hartford, Connecticut, a few stone’s throws away from enemy territory (#yuckfale). Outside of R20, you can find him (trom)bone-ing with the jazz band or swimming with the club team. He is a tennis player as well, making him one of the premier members of Fit20, R20’s exclusive pseudo-athletic club. His membership in Fit20 is well worth his while, for it provides the training he needs to make his daily trek to and from his abode that is an entire zipcode away from the rest of campus (aka not worth the walk).

077A0809 Ishy Anthapur

Soprano

Ishy hails from the Western lands of San Jose, California. She loves every department at Princeton so much that she is majoring in everything. A master of sarcasm, Ishy brightens up every conversation with a clever remark and a fake but tasteful laugh. When not at Princeton, she’s always on the lookout for a new museum, a connoisseur of the finest wines and exhibits in the world.

Charmaine Chan

Alto

Hailing from Hong Kong, Charmaine is an uber-talented AB COS major and one of the kindest people you’ll ever meet. Though on campus you can find her humming in the R20 room or dancing with Triple 8 and Más Flow, she’s not new to the triple-threat game: she’s been dancing in musical theater productions since middle school and even started her high school’s all-female a cappella group (but she’s always enjoyed co-ed a cappella more) (she wasn’t paid to say that). In her free time, she can be found painting, taking photos, baking cookies (and eating them), and watching Sherlock Holmes. The two things she hasn’t managed to accomplish yet, though, are eating a mango and becoming a magician– if anyone can help out, let her know!

  David Kim

Bass

One of 3 David Kim’s on campus, our David is positively one of the most unoriginal people around. David comes to us from East Brunswick, New Jersey with his major to be determined by his mother, most likely. Not only does he speak fluent meme, but David boasts running not one, but two Finsta accounts. David wasn’t much of a singer growing up, so he became a cello player. While he thinks he’s still not much of a cello player or singer, he enjoys playing in PUO and singing in the Chapel Choir (although he likes R20 the best). If Princeton doesn’t work out, he plans on joining the circus as a snake charmer.

Class of 2021

Bekah Park, Business Manager

Alto

From the lovely town of North Brunswick, the third best Brunswick in New Jersey (of four), Bekah’s life goal is to balance her love of food with her hope to someday diet successfully. A self-proclaimed cat-lover and owner of just one pair of jeans, she looks ~great~ in red, so joining R20 was really the only option that makes sense.  Her last name is Park, so naturally, her favorite book is The Giving Tree; give her all your trees.  And if you ever want a workout buddy, Bekah’s your gal (squids unwelcome).

She can be reached for business at rcpark@princeton.edu.

Joonho Jo

Tenor

This is Joonho (“JUNE-ho”) Jo, a tenor from the Class of ’21. On the streets, Joonho’s been called “Yoon-ho,” “John-hoo,” “John-ho,” and worse. But don’t worry — Joonho only sees the best in us all. He’s been all over the world — birthplace in South Korea, boarding school in New Hampshire, archaeological digs in Italy and France… Joonho draws from these experiences and writes a lot as a hobby (not to mention cello and guitar and basketball–oh, and singing). The most important part of an outfit? Joonho would say “definitely the socks.

 Kirsten Keels

Alto

Ever played laser tag against a priest? Had your own screen play produced? Received TWO personal letters from Obama and Bush? R20’s very own alto, Kirsten Keels can check off all of the above. From a small town in Northwest Arkansas called West Fork, Kirsten has grown to love gulf fishing and crabbing, drive in movies, and of course, singing! Everywhere she goes, she lights up the room with her flamboyant dancing, incessant uses of the word “y’all,” and jokes on jokes on jokes.

Anson Jones

Soprano

Hailing from Manhattan, Anson is her name, and jazz is her game! Coming straight out of the womb singing a low A, Anson sure knows how to pack a punch with her sweet yet powerful voice. One time, she tried to see if her musical skill extended to the clarinet, but she hated the instrument so much that she quit a year later. Sad reaccs only. You can find Anson on campus practicing with the Small Jazz Group A, the Jazz Big Band, the USG social committee, and *NOT* running because her knees are so bad.

Class of 2022

galen Matthew Higgins-Iati

Bass

galen Michael Gintz

Tenor