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Joe "Jephte" Dietrich - Tenor '07

Teaneck, NJ

Joe is an eternal freshman here at GW. He has a singing voice that is not only as timeless as his class, but has also been known to tame wild beasts... or perhaps it is his beautiful eyelashes.

Joe designed the old website and so nothing bad will be said about him. Except that he never finished the web site. However, we are not a group of slandering misanthropes, so it will suffice to say that Joe is the coolest Son of Pitch, and one Bad Motha’ Fucka’ besides.

Hear Joe sing "Southern Cross" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young.

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Chris Dwight - Baritone '07

Boston, MA by way of Hanover, MooHampshire

Youre right. Chris Dwight is pretty handsome. He's sharply dressed and by far the wealthiest Son of Pitch. And he's even a great guy. Chris is loyal to his fraternity, which means he's also loyal to his ladies.

However, even the seemingly immaculate have their tragic flaws. Chris happens to spend his down time pining for his enwombed salad days as the morally precocious, yet unborn, son of Massachusetts' once-Lieutenant Governor, Donald Dwight.

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Jacky "I swear she was 18" Fung - Tenor '08

Holmdel, NJ

Jacky Fung is a man of the world. Known to quote Daoist poetry at the oddest moments and make bets he could never, EVER win. Jacky is a beautiful creature.

I mean, look at that gorgeous browned chest. Pecs of an Adonis on this one, and a head of hair to match.

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David "OOOH look I've got a hyphenate in my name (AKA The Phantom)" Gaffney-Rosenfeld- Tenor '08

Nyack, NY

Hailing from the lovely Westchester hamlet of Nyack NY, David is no silver spoon baby. However, that doesn't necessarily mean he doesn't think he's better then you. With a head of hair that would make Achilles weep, David is known in most circles as "Umbeke Maomao" or "He with locks of ash-black beauty." David's passions include mixing his own protein shakes and humming along to the bugeler at Churchill Downs. Currently a member of GW's Columbian College of Arts and Horse Racing, David is set to graduate cum laude with a masters in Jockeying and a minor in "Horse-Whispering." Ride that pony David!

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Ryan "Geistalicious" Geist - Bass '05

Harrisburg, PA

Ryan would like you to know that you are sexy. Do you think he is sexy? If so please call 202-GEISTALICIOUS (for billing purposes, please be aware that this is a Romanian phone number).

In addition to hitting on everything that moves (including his fellow bass, Aaron Gunning), Ryan enjoys having cool hair and an impeccable sense of style. Sons of Pitch is really Ryan’s baby and he is glad to finally see it come to fruition just two short years after it was but a dream in his heart. Ask him about it some time he’d love to tell you the story...

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Aaron "But you were supposed to be my rebound sex!" Gunning - Bass '06

Chicago, IL

Aaron is an ancient and honored warrior hailing from the icy plains of Greenland. He can easily be distinguished from the other members of SOP by his long blond locks and his blood soaked battle axe. He would like to sing you a heroic ballad telling of his great deeds in the struggle against the bloodthirsty beast, Grendel and his larger and equally bloodthirsty mother. He prevailed and now keeps their heads as trophies in the dorm room he shares with Scott, Joe, and Andy.

Hear Aaron sing "Nightswimming" by R.E.M.

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Stanley Kuo - Tenor '07

Plainview, NY

Stanley Kuo hates the word status. He's also colorful. We support him in everything that he does.

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Andy Lentz - Bass '05

Everywhere in the country, every weekend

Andy is a self-proclaimed devout Russian Orthodox. And this isn't just a footnote. Andy's fanaticism has consumed his entire existence.

But he does have other distinguishing characteristics. If you care for indiosyncratic interludes at both opportune and grossly inappropriate moments, join us in rejoicing Andy. And let us pray that some day he will have the good-fortune to meet J.C. one on one.

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Evan Shyer - Tenor '05

Syosset, NY

Evan is the bastard son of Rock and Roll. His voice has the screaming passion of a horny angel. In a previous life he would have started a garage band. In this life he enjoys musical theater and arranges 80s Metal tunes for a cappella performances.

Evan’s greatest hope is that Sons of Pitch will someday tour with a reunited Black Sabbath. Yeah, that would be cool… Evan is one of SOP’s founding four and, he would like to point out, probably the handsomest.

Hear Evan sing "Change in my Life" by Rockapella.

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Scott "Sobelsaurus Rex" Sobelman - Tenor '07

St. Louis, MO

Scott had a long and illustrious singing career prior to coming to GW and joining Sons of Pitch. He has recorded with such luminaries as Placido Domingo, Leonard Bernstein, and Eminem. In his quest to promote social justice in the world, he also sang the Mass for Archbishop Desmond Tutu and performed at the inauguration of Nelson Mandela.

But, Scott’s favorite moment by far was the concert he performed with U2 in 1989 atop the Berlin Wall as it was pulled apart by the jubilant German masses. Scott would like to give a shout out to Jesus, his family, and his good friend Bono.

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Jeff Stern - Baritone '05

Oyster Bay, NY

Stern is better than you, but don’t let that keep you from liking him. Singing is really a hobby for him. His true passion is dancing. He can currently be seen in “Big Gay Benny’s All Male, All Beef Revue” in Rockville, MD. Don’t let the leather chaps fool you - he is an artiste.

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Dan "Captain Asshole" Tannebaum - Baritone / Bass '05

Huntingdon Valley, PA*

Dan was originally trained as a cantor but he refused to follow in the footsteps of his ancestors, and much to his father’s disappointment, he ran away to join the vaudeville circuit as a jazz-singing black-faced minstrel. Upon realizing that vaudeville had been dead for over fifty years and that singing in black face is generally greeted with threatening letters, he decided to go back to school.

Currently, Dan finds himself akin with GW's multitude as a Political Science major, but will distinguish himself when he one day owns us all.

* But West Philadelphia born and raised.

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Nick "I'm Mormon" Trimis - Tenor '0X

La Crescenta (818 BABY!), CA

With a voice that could tame a herd of rabid okapi, Nick Trimis is the type of guy that parents love to see their young daughters bring home. Handsome, intelligent, and Mormon, people never expect the unrequited snarl of Satan that eminate from this boy's bosom when he opens his mouth to sing. Who knows what Joe Smith would say, but rest assured, he and his six wives would probably say something along the lines of "Oh yeah, Nick Trimis, I don't like alcohol, but if I did I'd compare him to a glass of 15 year old scotch, refreshing and woody." Unfortunately Nick's glory in SOP was short-lived. Currently on a mission (let's just say a mission from the big guy, [and I don't mean George W. Bush]) the prodigal son will hopefully return soon. Let's all raise a glass (pick up some water Nick) to Nick, may he return soon!

Hear Nick sing "Until Closing Time," a song he wrote himself!

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Dave "A-M-A" Wilson - Baritone '06

Lexington, MA

Dave, the only African American member of Sons of Pitch, is by far the most soulful and rythym conscious of the group. What's that you say? Dave's white? Well my friend, only by skin, only by skin. Dave has been known to absolutely hate shoes, and yet still has feet as soft as chinchilla fur. Most people simply assume that since Dave is from Boston, he's a rabid Red Sox fan. This doesn't even describe his devotion. When the Red Sox win, another notch gets "etched" into the good old forearm. Easily the sexiest member of the group (next to fellow baritone , Alex Hecht), ), Dave has been known to do the no-pants dance with the best of em. Ladies, Dave is single, and ready to mingle, and he'll leave you with a tingle. Seriously though, make sure you wrap it up, he's been to Africa, he's gotta have something.

Hear Dave sing "Hallelujah! I Love Her So" by Ray Charles.

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Steve "I've Got" Wood - Tenor '06

Needham, MA

Steve Wood is like no man before him, an incredibly elaborate enigma which many spend years studying only to discover they have been searching in the completely wrong direction. The term "Nature's Rubik's Cube" legally (according to the 9th District Court) is representative of Steve’s utterly unique machinations. Ever the crusader for fair trade, he can be seen doing his part buying clothes from Banana Republic and the Gap, when asked how that’s fair trade, Steve will simply respond by dumping cotton on your head, for what he deems a “pretty sweet f-in’ gag!” Will the real Steve Wood ever come to the light? The answer: probably not. However, his fair-tradin’, cotton-dumpin’, gator-wrastlin’, and midget-wranglin’ will forever go down in the annals of the Sons of Pitch.

Hear Steve sing "Slip Slidin' Away" by Paul Simon.

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Jason "I can resuscitate the dead" Zinger - Tenor '09

Marlboro, NJ

Most people don't carry a pen-light around in their back pocket. Hence, Jason Zinger is not most people. Raised in the Scottish tradition, Jason was cursing at age 2 and smoking oscuro Cuban cigars by 2 and a 1/2. Since then he's been running coke for the Columbians, and will continue to be a BAMF. Also, if you step to him, he may just cut you. So watch out, cause this boy's a killer.

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Aaron Gunning
Stanley Kuo
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Evan Shyer
Scott Sobleman
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Dan Tannebaum
Nick Trimis
Dave Wilson
Steve Wood
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