Current Repertoire

We are always adding new music to our set, so check back often for updates.  If you have questions about our repertoire, would like to request specific music for a performance, or are interested in purchasing an Opportunes arrangement and sheet music, don't hesitate to contact us here!

Mistakes (Andra Day)
My Girl (The Temptations)
Nobody Love (Tori Kelly)
Party (Beyonce)
Resolution (Matt Corby)
Shut Up and Dance (Walk The Moon)
Up the Ladder to the Roof (Nylons)
We Built This City (Starship)
What You Don’t Do (Lianne La Havas)
When We Were On Fire (James Bay)

Adventure of a Lifetime (Coldplay)
Beatles Medley
Change in My Life (Traditional)
Chocolate (The 1975)
Electric Lady (Janelle Monáe)
Grows Old (Thirdstory)
If I Ain't Got You (Alicia Keys)
Into You (Ariana Grande)
Michael Jackson Medley
Midnight Train to Georgia (Gladys Knight & the Pips)

Critical Acclaim and Praise 

From beginning to end, nothing seems out of place with On The Edge. The Harvard Opportunes have produced a product that you can literally just sit back and enjoy. Oftentimes I found myself putting down the pen and just being taken in by the moment. Isn’t that what good music should do to you? With thirteen tracks, the group covers the entire spectrum of groove, emotions, energy.
— Brian Alexander, RARB Review of On the Edge
The most notable strength of the group is their depth of talent. On The Edge features at least five main arrangers, with excellent contributions by both Sam Linden and Pilar Fitzgerald, and a few soloists have more than one track credit. Their female soloists, especially, showcase a solid roster with strong performances by Leah Reis-Dennis in Mercy On Me, Fitzgerald in I Wish, Sarah Reid in Barton Hollow, and Lilla Cosgrove in Where I Stood. The group also smoothly blends together and brings a ton of energy to the recordings.
— Leigh Holmes Foster, RARB Review of On the Edge
Rare is the collegiate group that actually sounds like it is actually having fun on a studio album. Add in mostly solid, light-handed production that focuses on letting the voices do the work, and you have a winning combination.
— Tom Czerwinski, RARB review of Off the Page.