The Kroks performed alongside the Yale Whiffenpoofs on November 19, 2016 following the annual Harvard-Yale football game.



The Harvard Krokodiloes have appeared four times at New York City’s Carnegie Hall.



The Kroks had a long and rewarding relationship with the late Maestro Leonard Bernstein ’39, who composed original music for the group and wrote the following: “The Harvard Krokodiloes have the gift of warming one’s soul and enriching one’s day. I cannot praise too highly their musicality, versatility, sense of style, and dedication to excellence.” An honorary Krok, Bernstein penned the original song “Screwed on Wrong” for the group in 1981.

Bernstein 82

George Overholser ’82, Frank Chaiken ’83, and Gordon Bloom ’82 discuss the finer points of “Doot’n Dooba” with Maestro Leonard Bernstein.


The beloved Krok-in-the-pot logo was originally inspired by an image, drawn by none other than Fred Gwynne ’51, which graced the cover of the first Krok album:

Gwynne Krok Logo

The image was simplified by Arthur Nichols ’48 into a logo that the Kroks used for nearly 30 years:

It was the artistic inspiration of Alan Wachman ’80 to give the Krok some added presence and whimsy (not to mention a hefty stein of brew), yielding the familiar symbol we know and love today:



The Harvard Krokodiloes of 2017 are thrilled to announce our annual North American Winter Tour for this upcoming January! The tour will bring the Kroks to the following locations and we would be honored if you could join us at these listed performances below, if you happen to be in these cities at the following times. 

New York City (Jan. 3-8)
Jan. 4th 7pm: Harvard Club of New York
35 W 44th St, New York City
HCNY members: please sign up/register for the event on the Harvard Club website
Non-HCNY members: please email tour@kroks.com to be placed on the guest list (for Krok alumni only)
Toronto (Jan. 8-10)
Jan. 8th 7pm: Joint performance with Countermeasure at 3030
3030 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Ottawa (Jan. 10-13)
Jan. 12th 7pm: Joint performance with Harmonic Generation at Ottawa Public Library Main Auditorium
120 Metcalfe Street, Ottawa
Los Angeles (Jan. 13-16)
Jan. 14th, 7pm: Joint performance with the Harvard Din & Tonics at Westwood Presbyterian Church
10822 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles
Jan. 15th, 11am: Krok alumni brunch, organized by Adrian Ashkenazy (K93,94)
Location TBD
Please email tour@kroks.com for more information (for Krok alumni only)
Salt Lake City (Jan. 16-20)
Jan. 17th, 8pm: Public performance at Olympus High School
4055 S 2300 E, Holladay
Tickets: $15 students/seniors, $20 general admission
Please email tour@kroks.com for more ticketing information

Nunc Est Cantandum!



The Krokodiloes are proud to announce our newest members:

Rohan Reddy ’17

Winston Huang ’17

George Baxter ’17

Wyatt Hayden ’19

Angus Woods ’20

Gregory Lipson ’20

Kevin Stephen ’20

Welcome to the Krokodiloes of 2017, and to the whole Krok family!


The Krokodiloes of 2017


The Kroks of 2016 are absolutely thrilled to announce our World Tour itinerary! We can’t wait to see old friends, make new ones, and explore the world together.

May 28-June 5 Taiwan

June 5-8 Beijing, China

June 8-9 Baoding, China

June 9-10 Dalian, China

June 10-13 Shanghai, China

June 13-17 Seoul, South Korea

June 17-24 Tokyo, Japan

June 24-26 Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan

June 27-30 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

June 30-July 3 Bangkok, Thailand

July 3-6 Hong Kong

July 7-9 Macau

July 10-15 Sydney, Australia

July 15-18 Melbourne, Australia

July 19-22 Basel, Switzerland

July 22-25 Sayn, Germany

July 26-28 Prague, Czech Republic

July 29-August 2 Bolgheri, Italy

August 2-5 Paris, France

August 5-8 Lot-et-Garonne, France

August 8-10 London, England

August 10-12 Loch Lomond, Scotland


The Harvard Krokodiloes are excited to welcome our newest member to the Krok family:

George Baxter, ’17 

Krokodiloes 70th Anniversary Concert

The Krokodiloes of 2016 celebrate 70 years of music and brotherhood with alumni, honorary Kroks, and friends from around the world.  Please join us on Friday, March 4th at 7:30pm in Sanders Theatre for a night of song and tradition. 

Tickets are $10 with a Harvard University ID and $25 for General Admission. Purchase tickets at the door or reserve ahead through the Harvard Box Office.

Kroks 70th Anniversary Poster



Check out this video from our 33rd annual World Tour in 2015!  

Our eleven-week, 4-continent tour took us to the following destinations:

May 30-June 7: Taiwan

June 7-11: Shanghai

June 11-17: Northern China

June 17-22: Seoul, Korea

June 22-24: Tokyo, Japan

June 25-26: Macau

June 27-July 2: Hong Kong

July 2-5: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

July 5-8: Bangkok, Thailand

July 9-12: Sydney, Australia

July 12-15: Melbourne, Australia

July 16-21: Western Kenya

July 21-24: Istanbul, Turkey

July 24-27: Sayn, Germany

July 27-29: Brussels, Belgium

July 30-August 3: Bolgheri, Italy

August 4-5: Paris, France

August 6-9: England

August 10-14: Amsterdam, The Netherlands


For more information on booking the Kroks or for additional information about our concerts in any of these venues, please visit our bookings page, or email us at info@kroks.com.


The Harvard Krokodiloes are currently in BERMUDA! If you’re in the area come to one of our multiple performances listed below. We hope to see you there!

– Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club, Paget, Sun 15 March, 11:45am
– Beau Rivage, Paget, Sun 15 March, 6:00pm
– The Sherri Simmons Show on Magic 102.7 FM, Mon 16 March, 11:30am
– Reefs Resort, Southampton, Mon 16 March, 6:00pm
– Free charity benefit concert at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, Hamilton, with the Radcliffe Pitches, Tue 17 March, 12:15pm. All are welcome!
– Pompano Beach Club, Southampton, Wed 18 March, 6:15pm
– Riddell’s Bay Golf and Country Club, Warwick, Fri 20 March, 6:45pm


The Kroks are proud to announce that four of our Fall Jam videos have been uploaded to the Kroks’ Youtube Channel. Here is K’15 singing “Unchained Melody,” featuring Michael Wingate ’18: 



On April 23rd, 2014, the Kroks had the pleasure of singing the National Anthem at Fenway Park, opening for a 5-1 victory over the New York Yankees!




Over the past two months, the Kroks have spent countless hours at The Bridge Sound & Stage in Cambridge, MA, laying down a number of new tracks for their upcoming summer album. The Kroks would like to thank Alex Allinson and all of the fantastic folks over at The Bridge for their expertise and support in making this album come to life!


The Kroks are now on Snapchat! Follow our stories at username “krokodiloes”.

Here’s a short snap of us from today, promoting the 40th anniversary concert of our lovely sister group, the Radcliffe Pitches