From dance, the literary arts, music, theater, to the visual arts, student-run arts organizations at Harvard represent the international and cultural
diversity that comprise Harvard's student body. A sampling of student-run arts organizations include dance groups such as the Asian American Dance Troupe; the Harvard Ballet Company; Harvard
Ballroom; the Caribbean Club Dance Troupe; Chunsa Dance Troupe, the undergraduate Korean dance organization; CityStep, the undergraduate community service
dance organization; the Crimson Dance Team; T.H.U.D., the Harvard University Drummers; Fuerza Latina, the undergraduate Latino dance troupe; Ghungroo Tut
Gaye, the South Asian Dance Company's competitive dance troupe; and TAPS, the undergraduate tap dance company.
Student-run music groups include the Bach Society Orchestra; the Harvard University Band; the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra; the Brattle Street
Chamber Players; the Radcliffe Choral Society; the Harvard - Radcliffe Colleguim Musicum; the Harvard–Radcliffe Contemporary Music Ensemble; the Din &
Tonics, an undergraduate all-male a cappella group; the Early Music Society, the Fallen Angels, an all-female contemporary a cappella group; the Gilbert and
Sullivan Players, the Harvard Glee Club; the Harvard Jazz Band; the Kuumba Singers, a choral group featuring gospel and traditional African and African
American repertoire; The LowKeys, an a cappella group with a community service focus; Mizmor Shir, a Jewish a cappella group; and the Mozart Society Orchestra.
Student-run Theater groups include the AAA Players, an undergraduate theater organization promoting Asian American theater on campus; BlackCAST, an
undergraduate drama organization focusing on African American theater; the Harvard - Radcliffe Dramatic Club; the Hillel Drama Society, an-campus drama
organization seeking to combine Judaism and theater; and the Hyperion Shakespeare Company, an undergraduate Shakespeare company.