Meet Kol Sasson
Sophomore • Alto • Social Media
Rebecca is a Psychology major from Great Neck, NY. In her free time, she enjoys watching TV, quoting Rick and Morty, and reading about the Myers-Briggs personality type indicator. She will shamelessly ask anyone she meets to take the test... It may or may not be an obsession. She has also been told to be quiet numerous times when singing in the shower. That hasn't stopped her.
Sophomore • Bass/Beatbox • Musical Director
Yona, standing slightly above average height, is a Psychology major and the Musical Director for Kol Sasson. When he’s not singing, beatboxing, or writing music, you can find Yona on the Jumbotron at the basketball games, decked out head to toe in UMD gear, paired along with his signature top hat. Fun fact: he is the fourth consecutive red headed bass that Kol Sasson has had since 2011. But most importantly...he is credited with the creation of the world famous dance move, the “Hype Train.”
Sophomore • Alto • President
Hannah is from Rockville, MD and is a Business major. In her free time, she enjoys creating playlists on Spotify, annoying all her friends by singing too much, and binge-watching Netflix. You can also find her watching soap cutting videos, eating lots of cheese sticks, and pretending she is a bass/beatboxer (a girl can dream).
Junior • Tenor • Secretary
Eli is from Potomac, Maryland, and he is a Physiology and Neurobiology major. He is a total nerd and loves chemistry. Eli is enthusiastic and loves talking to people. When he's not studying, he spends his time in the gym, at home eating cereal, or singing. How shocking!
Freshman • Soprano • Tour Coordinator /
Assistant Musical Director
Allyson is a Computer Science major from Kent Island, MD with a love for all things music, Disney, and Broadway! She prides herself on reciting every line from The Phantom of the Opera and keeping her bullet journal overly organized. She loves learning new instruments, though piano remains her favorite and go-to tool for writing music. Allyson aspires to one day be a Disney Princess, so that she can spread magic to the young and young-at-heart, and to remind everyone that dreams can always come true!
Senior • Soprano • Social Media/Costumes
Rachel is a junior marketing and supply chain management double major from South Orange, NJ. She is currently Kol Sasson’s ambassador to Rome for the spring 2019 semester and will be returning in the fall. While in Rome, she enjoys eating pasta and gelato, climbing 232 stairs to class every day, staring at the Trevi Fountain for hours, and getting lost roaming through the streets of Trastevere. In her free time, she enjoys singing in the shower, binge-watching Netflix, and breaking down the riffs to any song she can find. You can also find her practicing her beatbox zipper (she promises it is getting better) and bragging about the bagel drawer in her sorority house. Although she is so sad to be so far away, she is making it her mission to build Kol Sasson’s global support.
Junior • Bass/Beatbox • Vice President/Business Manager
Micah is a Materials Science and Engineering Major from Cheverly, Maryland. In his spare time he enjoys playing a multitude of video games, as well as competing on UMD's collegiate paintball team. He also loves picking up quirky hobbies, so make sure to ask him about solving a Rubik's cube or stacking dice if you get the chance!
Graduate Student • Soprano • Alumni Liaison /
Mariel is a graduate student from Bethesda, Maryland, as well as a teaching artist in the local Jewish community. When she is not pursuing her master’s degree in Education with Arts Integration or testing the true limits of her vocal range at Kol Sasson rehearsal, she is usually scarfing down oceans-worth of sushi, forcing her friends to play board games, engaging in long, passionate rants, and trying to do four or five things at once.
Sammy Turk Tolub
Senior • Tenor • Social Media
Sammy is a Psychology major from Wynnewood, PA. When he’s not singing with Kol Sasson, Sammy can be found playing basketball or talking about his summers at Camp Ramah in the Poconos. His chicken noodle soup has become the highlight of every Shabbat dinner but don’t ask for the recipe - it’s a Turk Tolub family secret!