We Are KASKESET
SUNY Binghamton's ONLY Jewish A Cappella Group!
Established in 1996, Kaskeset is Binghamton University's only Jewish A Cappella group. A student-run organization, Kaskeset consists of members from diverse backgrounds, both Jewish and non-Jewish. Over the past 20 years, we have performed and toured in places all across the country, including Florida, California, New York, and Chicago. In the past year we performed for the Israeli Ambassador's United Nations Hanukkah reception and the State Department in Washington D.C. We have produced six studio albums and are currently recording our seventh! Kaskeset has won recognition in many A Cappella competitions, including 3rd place at Kol Haolam in 2016 and Best Beatboxing at the ICCA in 2010, where we became the first Jewish group to ever advance to the semifinals. With a diverse repertoire consisting of Jewish music as well as Israeli and American pop, Kaskeset's continuing goal is to spread Jewish pride, culture, and music to communities, both locally and internationally.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does someone have to be Jewish to be a member?
Nope! Kaskeset welcomes people of any and all cultures.
Does Kaskeset sing only Jewish music?
We sing a mixture of classic Jewish music, Israeli pop songs and American pop songs!