A PREMIER ALL-MALE A CAPPELLA ENSEMBLE
ABOUT THE UNDERTONES
In the fall of 1996, five freshmen members of the Notre Dame Glee Club desired to provide a cappella music to the masses. However, upon banding together, they made the disheartening realization that all of them could only sing tenor. Undaunted, they recruited a senior member of Glee Club to cover the low notes, forming the group: "Five Freshmen and a Guy Named Kirk"
Out of this group arose the organization now known as the Notre Dame Undertones, a 12-man a cappella ensemble that performs not only around South Bend, but across the country in places such as Vail, Chicago, and New York. The Undertones have recorded multiple albums, including their most recent: Slow Dance.
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WHAT WE DO BEST
Performing our songs for an audience is really what makes all of it worthwhile.
For a taste of what we can do, listen to our cover of "Shallow" by Lady Gaga/Bradley Cooper, performed at our Fall Concert in May 2019. Scroll down for more!