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While studying in OpenGrounds one afternoon, fourth-year College students Emma DiNapoli, Jeremy Klitzman, Annie Crabill and Sam Atkeson were commiserating about their shared — yet unrealized — dream of being in an a cappella group. Feeling disenfranchised from the established a cappella scene, the students decided to take matters into their own hands — founding a group for those who love singing but have no experience doing it.

“As a part of the audition we ask them if they have ever tried out for an a cappella group before, because ideally this is for people who not only can’t sing but know that they can’t sing,” Crabill said. “The point is to have a group of people who just like singing and just do it out of sheer enjoyment.”

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