Colin Aarons

Voice Part: Bass

About: By day, Colin's a mild-mannered 9-5er. By night (specifically, just on Tuesdays and some Saturdays), he's a sultry bass and one of the few chosen Lost Keys.

Musical Experience: Sixteen Feet- Swarthmore College's all male a cappella group, musical theater galore, and was once in a cover band called "The Skinny."

Favorite Keys Moment: Getting to record on our second album! Go buy it, it's really good.

Fun Fact: Colin will never remember your name after his first try, but will rarely forget it after the second.



Voice Part: Tenor/Baritone

About: Derek was born and raised in the middle of the woods in New Hampshire, now living the dream in Brooklyn!  He graduated from Hofstra University with a degree in Vocal Performance and Business, and immediately fell in love with New York. Derek loves to work on theater productions, both on stage and behind the scenes, and by day is a Personal Assistant.

Musical Experience: Music Director and President of Sigma’cappella - Hofstra’s first coed group! Musicals, Operas, and many a jam session.

Favorite Keys Moment: Hot Tub Hot Seat at his first TLK Retreat!

Fun Fact: During the week, Derek works outside of the city on a farm with 8 adorable pygmy goats.


Voice Part: Alto

Position: Treasurer/Performance Director

About: Jenny tirelessly aspires to become a pop musicologist (with a concentration in Beyoncé, of course), but to pass the time, she manages planning and allocation for and DJs all Lost Keys road trips. 

Musical ExperienceMixed Company (Yale University), Whim 'n Rhythm (Yale University), Street Level Band (classic rock/soul group in Pittsburgh).

Favorite Keys Moment: Snow bunnies photo shoot during our last winter retreat in upstate NY!

Fun Fact: Way before the heyday of Glee, Jenny was the token dancing Asian in her high school's show choir. 



Voice Part: Soprano/Mezzo

About: Stephanie was born and raised in Los Angeles but has been living a bi-coastal life for the last decade or so. After graduating from Yale with a degree in psychology, she moved back to LA and began a career in market research and media before heading to Harvard Business School to get her MBA. She now works with media and entertainment companies at YouTube as a Strategic Partner Manager but hopes to fulfill her master plan to become a YouTube celebrity.

Musical Experience: Stephanie plays piano, guitar, and ukulele and is a singer at home with musical genres ranging from Baroque opera to modern pop. At Yale, she sang with  Mixed Company, Whim ‘n RhythmYale Baroque Opera Project, and Yale Schola Cantorum; in LA, she was part of the Grammy-nominated group The Silver Lake Chorus and Top Shelf Vocal; at HBS, she sang in the cover band Three Case Day and starred as Katniss in the musical parody "The HBS Games: Catching Alpha." She also once sang backup for Jared Leto’s band Thirty Seconds to Mars in a full-body white plastic hazmat suit.

Favorite Keys Moment: Bucket of nouns at the Pier 1 Peacock Palace in the Pokonos

Fun Fact: Stephanie has gone bungee jumping in New Zealand, hang gliding in Brazil, parasailing in Mexico, and paragliding in Nepal. She has yet to go skydiving but that is next on her list.



Voice Part: "Whoever is missing"

Position: Music Director, Webmaster

About: Nathaniel would have majored in a cappella in college but they made him pick something "more academic." So he majored in computer science and now helps high schools around the country start CS programs... and sings a cappella. For "fun," Nathaniel enjoys creating augmented reality party games.

Musical Experience: The Yale Spizzwinks(?), numerous choirs and musicals, years of piano, and - funny story - Nathaniel accidentally studied flute for 8 years because he was too embarrassed to admit that he had meant to ask for clarinet lessons.

Favorite Keys Moment: Game. Night.

Fun Fact: Nathaniel went to space camp. Twice.



Voice Part: Tenor

About: Howie hails from "The Gateway to Jones Beach"-a hop, skip, and 25-mile jump from NYC. He's an environmental engineer working to mitigate climate change by day and a Lost Key by night. 

Musical ExperienceOff Broadway On Campus (University of Rochester), Christmas caroling 

Favorite Keys Moment: Tie between guest performing with Amber Rubarth at Joe's Pub and discovering the polio vaccine. 

Fun Fact: Has an unusual passion for Italian cheesecake since the time he learned to walk. Not New York Style, Italian style. Also tree frogs. 

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Voice Part: Tenor

Position: Publicity Director

About: Peter is a professional actor who hails from Philadelphia, PA. He has toured the country multiple times and performed regionally in various shows. He continues to reach for his dreams of the Broadway stage. 

Musical Experience: Many years of listening to Celine Dion & Mariah Carey.

Favorite Keys Moment: Performing for a charity 5K run! So nice to be making music outside for all to hear!

Fun Fact: Peter has almost 200 videos on YouTube, mostly covers of female songs...



Voice Part: Alto

About: When she's not trying to distract elementary school kids with music throughout different parts of Brooklyn, Jamie plays flute in the JKLM Duo at various venues. In her spare time she also loves to collaborate with as many musicians as she can.

Musical Experience: SUNY Purchase College's Choral Pleasure, Broadway Goes Acapella 1 and 2, Musical Mondays

Favorite Keys Moment: The dopest album release show ever!

Fun Fact: Jamie does not like hot drinks. 



Voice Part: Sop II

Position: Returning Member

About: When Stephanie isn't speech pathologizing, she can be found observing babies, puppies, and babies interacting with puppies  

Musical Experience: PandemoniUM (University of Maryland), attendee of unspecified karaoke bars in NYC. 

Favorite Keys Moment: Every moment of summer retreat, specifically whirlpoolin' #byephoenicia

Fun Fact: Stephanie was on Wheel of Fortune!!



Voice Part: Alto/Mezzo

Position: Social Chair

About: Sarah hails from the small town of Old Lyme, CT. After graduating from Dartmouth College where she studied French/Italian Languages and Psychology, she packed up and moved to New York because Taylor Swift said it had been waiting for her. Sarah Currently works in Global Marketing for Laura Mercier Cosmetics and is a total beauty junkie.

Musical Experience: Sarah taught herself to sing in her kitchen, after school before anyone got home. Dartmouth College Dodecaphonics, crowned "Dartmouth Idol" 2011, NYC cabaret debut at the Metropolitan Room in 2017.  Once got to sings onstage with country duo Sugarland!

Favorite Keys Moment: Canoeing on Lake Harmony in my pajamas on a glorious sunny morning after a night of hyper-competitive Werewolf playing and hot tubbing.

Fun Fact: Sarah is a two-time Collegiate Women's Sailing National Champ!



Voice Part: Soprano

Position: President

About: Jamie currently works as Special Events Operations Manager for Friends of the High Line in New York. She graduated in 2010 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in music and management. Go Heels!

Musical ExperienceTar Heel Voices (UNC), UNC Pauper Players, solo on Voices Only 2011

Favorite Keys Moment: Performing "A Very Swayze Christmas" for Joel Hodgson of MST3K. 

Fun Fact: Jamie once sat on the tasting table of The Chew! She got to eat desserts prepared by Clinton Kelly and Martha Stewart! 

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Voice Part: Vocal Percussion

About: Ian, born and raised on Long Island, is a proud sports/fitness fanatic. He graduated Ithaca College in 2017 with a degree in journalism, with a coaching minor.

Musical Experience: IC Voicestream - Ithaca College's first co-ed a cappella group, former president.

Favorite Keys Moment: Beatboxing "Dancing On My Own" alongside the women of TLK at the Latched album release show.

Fun Fact: Ian has six older brothers and an older sister, and he is an uncle of nine.


Voice Part: Soprano

Position: Assistant Music Director

About: Rachel currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, where she's been living for over a year after getting her BA in psychology and speech & hearing sciences from The George Washington University in D.C. She mostly grew up in central NJ, although she was born in NY and truly considers herself a New Yorker at heart. Rachel sings and plays guitar for children ages 0-6 as her "survival job" while pursuing a professional career as a singer/actor.

Musical Experience: A whole lot of choirs/ensembles throughout middle school, high school, and college. Rachel was very involved in the music department at GWU, as a recipient of a voice scholarship and a music minor. Additionally, she was a member and eventual co-music director of the GW Troubadours, a co-ed a cappella group that is directly responsible for her obsession with owls. 

Favorite Keys Moment: Impromptu singing/dancing around a bonfire for a bachelor party next door to our lake house at retreat. 

Fun Fact: Rachel has travelled to Brazil, South Africa, and Australia...but has never been to Europe.