Voice Part Bass/Baritone
Major Computer Science
Hometown Northborough, Massachusetts
Favorite TIGEROAR Song to Perform Go Rest High on that Mountain
Favorite Musical Artist Kendrick Lamar
Favorite Movie Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Favorite TV Show Mr. Robot
Favorite Book Ready, Player One
Favorite Food Pizza
Random Fact About Yourself I am an Eagle Scout.
Favorite Clemson Moment Watching my first night game in Death Valley. It reminded me of when I played football in high school, only way bigger and better.
Favorite Musical Moment Performing "Go Rest High On That Mountain" in my first Fall Show. Our soloist, Luke Holden, absolutely killed it and seeing everyone in the audience blown away is something I will never forget.
Favorite Non-Musical Moment Traveling with the group to my hometown last fall! It was an awesome experience being able to show the guys where I'm from and share a part of my life that's different from my Clemson experience. It was also the first time many of the members had seen that part of the country, which made an already great trip even better!
Favorite Quote "Don't count the days, make the days count." -Muhammad Ali
Sean Boullianne is a Junior Computer Science major from Northborough, Massachusetts. TIGEROAR is his favorite thing at Clemson, and he is happy to be a part of it with all of his best friends. Sean is also a member of the Clemson University SINGERS. You may also find him at the rock wall in Fike, climbing with his friends from Clemson Climbing Club. Sean has always been surrounded by music. He's played piano casually since a young age. In the fifth grade, he joined the band and played the saxophone for six years. During that time, he also started singing and has continued with choral and a cappella music throughout middle school and high school. When he is not doing something musical, you could probably find him on a computer working on assignments for his major. Sean believes that performing with TIGEROAR is really special, and he cherishes every opportunity he gets to share his talent with others. Go Tigers!