Founded in 1993, the Dartmouth Brovertones are Dartmouth College’s premier all-male, bowtie-wearing a cappella group. The Brovertones sing music from across different genres and decades—everything from The Animals’ “House of the Rising Sun” to “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee. Our members hail from as close as Hanover and as far away as Hong Kong. On campus, Brovertones participate in both varsity and club sports, other performing arts groups, and numerous religious and service organizations. There is no average Brovertone; the group is an eclectic blend of personalities and backgrounds that share a common passion for music and singing.
Over the two decades they've been together, the Bros have recorded three albums (really!), participated in annual competitions (really!), and even charted a single on Guatemala's Radio Billboard 100 (not really). They enjoy going on annual performance tours together throughout the northeast, holding brotherly retreats in the beautiful New Hampshire mountains, and singing at campus philanthropy events. Dressed to impress, they hope to win you over as your favorite group of guys in bow ties on campus. Give it up for the Dartmouth Brovertones