THE PRINCETON
TIGERLILIES

EST. 1971

 

A LIL ABOUT THE LILS

On a fall afternoon in 1971, Maria Danly '74 joined seven other women beneath Princeton’s 1879 Arch. The ensemble broke into song, filling the space with a four-part arrangement of Ella Fitzgerald’s jazz classic, “How High the Moon.” The sound was so beautiful that it resulted in the creation of Princeton's first all-female a cappella group.

The Lils have changed over the past four decades, but their sisterhood and dedication to music remain steadfast. The group has established its presence on a worldwide stage, performing in exotic locales including Australia, the Bahamas, Hong Kong, Japan, Switzerland, Thailand, and Bermuda. However, The Tigerlilies have also performed extensively across the United States in Boston, Birmingham, Cape Cod, Cleveland, Dallas, Minneapolis, New York, North Carolina, San Francisco, and most recently, Miami. 

 

Auditions for The Princeton Tigerlilies for all freshman and sophomore women are held at the beginning of each semester in 300 Henry Hall. To sign up for an audition, make an appointment with Callie Grunwald through Wase.com.

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