Kishan, a Baritone and resident of Edison, NJ, has memorized the C.V. of every professor on Princeton's campus (especially the BFDs). As a Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs major hoping to one day be President, Kishan spends his time buying Princeton townies ice cream and taking pictures with babies. Although his constituency is growing, he lost a large group of voters because when leaving the train, he didn't watch the gap, as he was so politely asked to do. Kishan is also a big fan of all things polarized. 



Zach is a Tenor-Baritone from Monroe Township, NJ. An inspiring Anthropology major, he has already begun studying the cultural implications surrounding lack of sleep and mental capacity... not on himself though (don't worry, Mrs. Levine). Zach is the group's Performance Director and resident sommelier; he takes the art of performance just as seriously as the art of fine dining. As you can see, he would love to take you out for a glass of wine after our next show, so make sure to be there!




Calvin is a Tenor II from New York, New York. Since he recently left his previous job as a Calvin Klein model, Calvin is now fully ready to commit his full time and attention agonizing over his Tinder profile. When he's not philosophically questioning his life as a Music major, ("But WHY is music?," he queries), Calvin loves kicking back and playing a nice old fashioned game of dominoes. Ask him about it; he'd love to chat or play a game with you!



Stefan, a History major and Bass from Scottsmoor, Florida, is deeply obsessed with space travel. Having grown up very close to the Kennedy Space Center, he always knew that he wanted to ditch this planet for bigger and better things. In fact, as the group's business manager, he is determined to make the Nassoons the first a cappella group in the world to take a tour to the moon; to all our fans stationed on the moon, look out soon for details! 



Colton, the President of the Nassoons, is a Bass from Southlake, Texas. He studies in the Woodrow Wilson School. In addition to singing, Colton happens to be a Twitter celebrity; if you don't believe us, check it out for yourselves. If you have a Twitter, go follow him; he's always in the market for more followers, and more importantly, he promises a follow-back! When he's not busy entertaining the Twittersphere, Colton enjoys photobombing tourists.



Duncan, an Electrical Engineering major, is a Tenor I from Westlake, Texas. As if being a Tenor I is not enough, Duncan is a man of many talents; he is the Music Director the Nassoons, plays the trumpet in PUO, plays the piano in his room, and enjoys wearing popcorn buckets as hats.  Finally, when he's not busy playing one of his three instruments on campus, Duncan enjoys telling members of authority that he's not under their jurisdiction.




Devin, a Baritone from Rome, New York, is hoping to become a professional equestrian. When he is not in Nassoons rehearsal or planning tours as one of our Tour Managers, he can frequently be seen riding a horse from class to class. Devin still has a lot to learn, as you can see from this recently snapped photo. Aside from the Nassoons, Devin is a member of the “Glee Club” and spends his free time sitting at his desk thinking of jokes about Yale, though so far he’s only come up with: Yale. If you have any good jokes, reach out to Devin. He’d love to hear them.


ryan melosini

Born in Massa Marittima, Italy and mostly raised in Trabuco Canyon, California, Ryan is a true cosmopolitan. A second tenor in the group, Ryan can often be seen on campus trying to teach everyone Italian (or should we say Italiano). He is also a member of the Princeton varsity water polo team. A budding fashion connoisseur, Ryan's dream is for the Nassoons to one day all perform in white floppy hats  - apparently they're all the craze in Europe! Come check out his style yourself at our next performance.

reuben zeiset

Reuben, one of the Tour Managers, is a Baritone and future Architecture major from Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania who really loves our National Anthem! If you ever need someone to sing at a baseball game or another sporting event, Reuben is your guy. He nails it every time. When not singing with the Nassoons, Reuben especially enjoys bird watching, extremely difficult mathematics problem sets, and long walks in the desert, as portrayed in this picture. Please contact Reuben if you ever need help taking the derivative. 


Ty Gardner

A graduate of Rutgers Prep, Ty has spent years prepping - to be a Nassoon, that is. One of his most cherished pastimes is to tell a long, narrative joke, though some are admittedly better than others. As you can guess from his name, Ty comes from a long line of gardeners; his great-grandfather actually invented the strawberry as we know it today. Whoa. He’s berry excited to be a bass in The Nassoons, so be sure to check him out at one of our upcoming concerts!

Charlie Hemler

Charlie, who sings TB, is a true "standout student" and is proud to take up the helm as The Nassoons’ new tallest member. When he’s not schooling elderly men on the basketball court, he enjoys taking late night strolls to Princeton Junction. After a successful career in boating, he hopes to retire to Poughkeepsie where he can just watch the trains go by for the rest of his days. Charlie also loves Notre Dame themed deserts, so be sure to bring some to our next arch sing! 

Thomas Jankovic

Thomas is an enthusiastic bass from Norwalk, Connecticut, where he was the lead singer in an Aerosmith cover band, “Norwalk This Way.” Thomas takes pride in his extensive and vibrant sock collection. When he’s not conducting marching bands to sold-out NFL arenas (as you can see, Metlife is one of his biggest sponsors), Thomas plays the French Horn in the Princeton University Orchestra.

Danny Pinto

Danny is a Tenor 1 from the San Francisco Bay Area. His interests include Chile, chillin’, chili, and having a good cry every so often. He enjoys swinging on swings and he spends his time learning German – so far, all he knows how to say is “schnitzel” but he’s working on “hefeweizen.”  A descendant of Edgar Allen Poe, Danny often receives "ravin’" reviews for his luscious locks.