Sheridan Opera House: Baker’s Dozen

Sheridan Opera House: Baker’s Dozen

Baker’s Dozen is Yale University’s premiere a cappella group. Concert at Telluride’s Sheridan Opera House is Wednesday, January 6, 2016, 7 p.m. Tickets are $16 for adults and $12 for students 18 and under here.


In the summer of 1947, 13 men with an unrivaled passion for music and revelry banded together to form the dynamic brotherhood known as The Baker’s Dozen.

Known across America as one of the nation’s oldest and finest a cappella singing groups, The Baker’s Dozen continues its tradition of memorable performances for a wide variety of audiences from the Yale campus to the Hollywood Hills. Every year, the Baker’s Dozen combines music and comedy on stages in schools, clubs, restaurants, and at private parties across the nation and throughout the globe.

In recent years, the group has entertained everyone from orphaned schoolchildren in Puerto Rico to the President of the United States, leaving an impression of boundless energy no matter where their winter and spring break tours happen to take them.


Baker’s Dozen concerts feature an engaging mix of traditional favorites and contemporary hits, from the time-honored “Loch Lomond” to tunes from The Temptations to Neil Diamond, Ben Folds, and others.

The Baker’s Dozen’s baritone singer and winter tour manager is Robert Brown, son of Anne and Toby Brown, who grew up in Telluride.

Brown is also an alum of the SAF’s Young People’s Theater program.

For a preview of the show, watch this video:

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