The Elizabethans

The Sheep Made Us Do It

Bethans: The People, The Music, The Legend

The Elizabethans are a co-ed, all-student a capella group formed in January of 1993 at Williams College. Our purpose is the performance of Renaissance vocal music. Our specialty is the madrigal, a 16th and 17th century form that took Italy, England, "and eventually all of Europe by storm." Since then we've become the hottest madrigal group around, with a repertoire that guarantees more than your usual "choral concert" or "a cappella gig". Join the Flock!

Please change your links or bookmarks to This page should work properly, for now, but best to be prepared....
* The Concerts -- Upcoming Performances

* The News -- News From the Flock

* The Gallery -- Our Photo Gallery, including Member's and Alumni's Rosters

* The Quotes -- Fortuitous lapsi linguae from the flock

* The Weird -- Some of the stranger emailings that have passed amongst Bethans

And here are a few other pages of interest:
This page and all enclosed pages are copyright ©1996 by the Williams College Elizabethans. The drawing at top is by Doone "Yot" MacKay '97, and the copyright of it is probably held by her. (You'll have to ask her.)
The Elizabethans are directed by Scott Hill and Heath Dill...or at least they like to think so.

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