Binghamton Crosbys at East Hampton High

Fans of "Pitch Perfect" and "Glee" take note: A cappella is coming to East Hampton on Wednesday night.

The Binghamton Crosbys, the four-time national collegiate a cappella championship finalists hailing from Binghamton University, will perform a benefit show for the East End Young Arts Initiative on Wednesday at East Hampton High School.

The Binghamton Crosbys have racked up thousands of YouTube views over the last few years, singing a cappella versions of songs such as "Zoot Suit Riot" by the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, "September" by Earth, Wind, and Fire, and "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" by Jet. The group will also be working with high school and middle school chorus students on a cappella singing techniques during the schoolday before their evening performance. A familiar face in the community will take the stage that night, as Sage Gibbons, a recent East Hampton graduate, is a member of the Crosbys.

The show, dubbed Indie Night, begins at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Tickets to the show are $5, with a student discount available. They may be purchased at the door or online at ee-ya.org, although a separate convenience charge applies to online ticket purchases.

Part of the proceeds will go to the East End Young Arts Initiative, which was established by faculty members and theater students at East Hampton High School three years ago. Since then, according to its website, the organization has awarded close to $20,000 in scholarships and has supported workshops with Broadway professionals and stagecraft experts for students to further hone their performance skills.