President: Emily Keamy-Minor — email@example.com
Music Directors: Jasmine Miller — firstname.lastname@example.org
Emma Dowd — email@example.com
Business Manager: Emily Lu — firstname.lastname@example.org
Stage Manager: Amy Sparrow — email@example.com
~Emily Lu. Applied Math. 2014. Currier~
Emily is a junior in Currier House with an affinity for patterned pajamas. When she’s not singing, she enjoys eating things with hot sauce, making to-do lists, and going to bookstores. Loves her family, her friends, Earl Grey tea, sidewalk chalk, and sweet potatoes. She hopes to one day become a great spy.
~Emma Dowd. Chemistry. 2015. Eliot~
Emma is a sophomore from San Francisco. In addition to singing with the Pitches, she sings with UChoir, works in a biophysics lab, and teaches a citizenship class to Chinese immigrants. She enjoys spending free time biking along the river.
~Randa Melhem. Undecided. 2016. Holworthy~
Randa is a freshman from Philadelphia (she lives in Baltimore, but, trust us, she’s from Philly) who spends her days either watching movies or doing her math homework. She’s also a fan of rocknroll, the argentinian soccer team, wolves, and epic fantasy literature. Her dream is to become a famous movie director, hopefully equal to her idol, Stanley Kubrick.
~Emily Keamy-Minor. Social Studies. 2013. Quincy~
Emily Keamy-Minor is a senior, living in Quincy House. She does not concentrate in Romance Languages and Literatures. She does however have many romantic feelings towards social theory, absurd acts of alliteration, and the Oxford Comma. In addition to singing with the lovely Radcliffe Pitches, Emily enjoys graceful puddle jumping.
~Heather desJardins-Park. Chemistry. 2015. Winthrop~
Heather is a sophomore from Fulton, Maryland who theoretically enjoys running. Apart from the lovely Pitches, some of her favorite things are organic chemistry, pistachio muffins, the ever-sassy Kurt Vonnegut, and making lists. When she’s not singing with the Pitches or the Radcliffe Choral Society, she is probably busy counting down the days until it becomes acceptable to start listening to Christmas music.
~Rebecca Park. Undecided. 2016. Wigglesworth~
Hailing from Jamaica Plain, Rebecca is so excited to be a member of the Pitches. She enjoys all things social justice and political as well as reading classics, watching “When Harry Met Sally,” going to the ballet, rooting for the Celtics, eating chocolate chip cookies (and other dessert), and drinking lots of milk (she knows, it’s bad for singing).
~Katie Woodbury. Sociology. 2014. Pforzheimer~
~Amy Sparrow. Social Studies. 2015. Eliot~
Amy Sparrow is a sophomore in Eliot House singing soprano 2 for her second year in the Radcliffe Pitches. When she is not singing with the Pitches, she enjoys performing in different theatre productions on campus and searching for good reading spots around Harvard. Amy is a social studies concentrator.
~Taylor Vandick. Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. 2016. Stoughton~
Taylor is a freshman who loves just about everything, especially theatre, foreign countries, and the Pitches, and plans to concentrate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations. She hails from the distant land of Cambridge, Massachusetts. When she is not singing with the Pitches she is usually belting in her dorm room. She enjoys bad jokes and puns, frolicking through the yard, eating and talking in accents.
~Jasmine Miller. Social Studies – Urban Design and Development. 2013. Winthrop~
Jasmine is from Nashville, TN, which means that she gets to say ”y’all” whenever she wants. Her passions include fine dining, sundresses, women’s and gender advocacy, and the judicious employment of sarcasm. This is her third year in the Pitches and her second as Co-MD. Other campus activities include but are not limited to UChoir, Athena, Breakthrough Collaborative, singer-songwritering, and napping.
~Amy Bridge. History and Literature. 2014. Leverett~
Amy is a Junior in Leverett studying History and Literature, and she is so thrilled to be singing Sop 1 with the beautiful Pitches this year! When not singing with the Pitches or with the Collegium Musicum, her favorite things include tutoring little kids, playing foosball, Leverett’s cookies, long lunches, and watching Youtube videos of her favorite scenes from musicals.
~Jenny Chang. Engineering Sciences. 2016. Holworthy~
Jenny is a freshman from Palo Alto, CA which means some of her favorite things include water polo, longboarding, and sunshine. At Harvard, she is a Pitch and an IM sports enthusiast. She enjoys exploring the outdoors, traveling, ignoring the cold weather, watching Psych reruns, and eating marshmallows while wearing footie pajamas.