1748 days ago,
The Princeton Footnotes sing an a cappella cover of Uptown Funk, originally by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars. Check out the single on iTunes and Spotify!
A collaborative music video by the Princeton Footnotes featuring two of Princeton University's dance companies, diSiac Dance Company and BodyHype Dance Company, filmed and produced in association with Princeton Film Productions! Be sure to check out and subscribe to our channels!
Arrangement: Casey Kolb '15, Jacob Schatz '15, Chris Snider '17
Solo: Brian Bernard '15
Founded in 1959, the Princeton Footnotes are Princeton University's fresh all-male a cappella group, most recently featured on NBC's the Sing-Off and as the opening act for the Radio City Christmas Spectacular 2014. The group has toured and performed all over the world, and the repertoire spans decades of music and a wide variety of genres, from Frank Sinatra to Taylor Swift to Phish. To learn more about the group, visit princetonfootnotes.com!
diSiac Dance Company!
Founded in 1998, diSiac Dance Company has grown to become one of the most widely respected and acclaimed groups at Princeton. With a strong focus in both hip hop and lyrical/contemporary dance styles, the group strives to push the limits of performance and movement beyond categorization. To learn more about the group, visit disiacdancecompany.com!
BodyHype Dance Company!
Founded in 1991, BodyHype Dance Company is a selective, student-run company based in Princeton University recognized for its innovative choreography and an intimate connection with its audience. The group explores all forms of dance, including hip hop, modern, lyrical, contemporary, jazz, tap, and breaking. To learn more about the group, visit bodyhype.org!
Princeton Film Productions!
Founded in 2013, Princeton Film Productions (PFP) is Princeton University's only filmmaking club, created with the aim to provide students who love film an opportunity to work with their peers and create some amazing film. All the work the group creates is student-written, cast, shot, and edited. To learn more about the group, visit film.princeton.edu!
Directors: Jacob Schatz '15, Peter Xing '16
Cinematographers: Nonny Okwelogu '15, Eric Hayes '18, Sydney King '17
Video Editor: Nonny Okwelogu '15
Audio Recording: Casey Kolb '15, Chris Snider '17
Audio Editing and Mixing: Casey Kolb '15