Anson Jones '22
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.
David Jensen '22
David Jensen holds it down in the Bronx, NYC but was originally born in Texas (yeehaw). His favorite food is “juicebox” and his least favorite food is alfalfa sprouts, although we’re not sure how he would eat “juicebox” considering that his favorite utensil is a spork. He once had an extra tooth in the roof of his mouth, but that didn’t stop him from learning how to play piano like a boss, thumb snap, and differentiate between his two cats coincidentally both named “cat.” The best angle to photograph him is from the front. David is also a board game master which he probably learned while traveling to 45 out of the 50 US states.
Diego Zamalloa-Chion '22
Diego is a super cool bass who brings his prodigious musical talents from Berkeley, California. Not only has Diego been playing piano and violin since he was a young kid, but he also is getting a jazz certificate at Princeton– along with a computer science major and neuroscience minor (casual.) When he’s not busy being incredibly musical and smart, Diego enjoys biking, watching YouTube to procrastinate video lectures, and making his Peruvian parents go vegetarian. He also is very funny and has the best one-liners of all time.
Jeb Carter '23
Jeb! is a very tall tenor from Atlanta, GA. His charming charisma, dashing smile, and witty puns are setting him up to become president (of what, we do not know) one day, but since he majors in mechanical and aerospace engineering, we will not be surprised if he becomes President of the Known Universe. In his free time, he enjoys playing piano, guitar, and tennis, but not all at the same time. And that’s not all! Jeb! can also sail and perform magic tricks! Jeb! would definitely be the coolest president ever.
Srija Makkapati '23
Srija brings all her amazing talent from her hometown, Ellicott City, in Maryland. She is certainly no stranger to music – she’s been singing since the age of 3, is an avid piano player, and also has perfect pitch! When she’s not dabbling in her musical interests, Srija enjoys coding with the Princeton ACM. Regarding her quirkiness, you are more likely to win the lottery than see Srija wearing shoes during rehearsal! Srija also has an amazing sense of humor and a contagious laugh, so if you’re telling her a joke and she doesn’t find it funny, you’re probably doing it wrong!
Anthony Guerra '23
Anthony is a strapping young man from Ridgefield, New Jersey. Though he majors in Computer Science, this tenor’s true passion is growing tangerines from the orchard he keeps in his bath tub. He claims they are from the hills of Madagascar, but we know the truth. Anthony is fluent in Spanish, Italian, and Japanese, and can count to ten in at least one other language. He is also an avid photographer whose Snapchat prowess and musical talents would put DJ Khaled to shame.
Tommy Kim '23
Tommy is a bass from Atlanta, Georgia, and he’s a molecular biology major. He’s that kid who does everything; he not only produces dulcet tones with his vocal cords but also beatboxes, plays the drums, breakdances, and cooks great chicken and salmon (maybe even all at once, we’re not sure yet). Catch him delivering deadpan humor, showing everyone the best memes, and zipping around campus on his tiny skateboard like nobody’s business, but he’s perhaps best known for his notorious evil laugh that will send *actual* chills down your spine.
Julie Wilson '23
Julie is an alto from Newton, Massachusetts. She majors in Psychology, on her way to becoming a doctor! Having begun her musical journey at the age of eight, she now plays the piano and guitar in addition to singing. She enjoys swimming, working with children, and laughing at almost anything. She once won 3 gallons of Skittles in a counting challenge and finished them in just two years! She also has a Truffle, named rabbit, (or vice versa?) who is very temperamental. Described by her parents as “a pleasant surprise,” she hopes to one day be as funny as her much older brother.
Chloe Chen '23
Chloe the Canadian™ was born and raised in Vancouver, which lies on the unapologetically west and best coast of America’s northern neighbor. When not bringing tears to the eyes of audiences with her soulful alto voice, Chloe can be found dancing like nobody’s watching, annoying her roommates with her iconic singing voice, and going for walks in circles due to her navigational challenges as a recent transplant to New Jersey. She also enjoys living vicariously as a professional chef through cooking shows and belting Taylor Swift hits to her biggest fan, her dog Maple. Between midnight rehearsals, Chloe enjoys eating foods that feel like hugs (namely, chicken pot pie and pho) and credits her many accomplishments to having the best mom in the world.
Sean Park '24
Sassy and classy, Sean brings his yummy rumbly bass notes from Mahwah, NJ. A man of many musical talents, Mr. Park is also a prodigious violin player who can be found playing in orchestra ensembles all around campus. His dream is to one day be in the orchestra pit for any Broadway musical. Aside from music, Dr. Park is on track to become a doctor or physician’s assistant, and he is passionate about health policy and reform in the US. If you would like to befriend Sean, you might try giving him Korean food, going running/biking with him, or being a dog.
Eleanor Monroe '25
With her bright personality, Eleanor comes from the Bay Area as an alto (but sometimes passes as a sop - you can never really see it coming). Although she is a Religion major and is currently pursuing certificates in German and Judaic Studies, she has 10 solid years of music under her belt! In fact, in high school, she studied classical voice and founded and led her very own a cappella group. But when she isn't singing, she can be found running, painting, reading, and (not surprisingly) playing the guitar! And last but not least, her radiant charm matches her addiction to petting any dog that passes her by on the streets!
Melody Choi '25
Straight outta San Jose, CA, Melody embodies the classic Bay Area gal stereotype by majoring in computer science. Her favorite pastime is reenacting scenes from Parasite but playing every character herself. Melody got her name after her parents noticed she had no sense of pitch. This is why she serves as our pitch pipe — the starting note for every song is a complete surprise! Melody also brings the group’s sound together by using her high soprano voice to produce tones that only dogs can hear. This is why her biggest goal in life is to buy a giant mansion to house all the abandoned dogs in the world.
Anna Solzhenitsyn '25
Astounding alto Anna comes from the land of Manhattan, New York. Her favorite food being the impossible burger, she beats the impossible by not only solving a Rubix cube in 30 seconds but also lifting weights and beating everyone she encounters in arm wrestling. With her favorite face cream being java chip—coffee ice cream with chocolate chips—Anna retains not only many talents but also clean skin.
Andrew Jung '25
Seattle-born and Denver-raised, Andrew is a spunky sociology major with pre-medical aspirations. A considerate young lad who could burst into song at any moment, Andrew hopes to become a trauma surgeon in the future (though, his career goals are quite ironic, considering he is a violist…). Speaking of violists, Andrew Jung is a violist. On a good day, his left arm smells like freshly squeezed pomegranates—who doesn’t love that!—and his favorite weather is Sunny With A Light Breeze.