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The Beelzebubs Join NOTA for All-Star A Cappella

Fresh off competing at Rutgers in the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella Mid-Atlantic Semifinals, Penn State’s oldest co-ed a cappella ensemble, None of the Above or colloquially, NOTA, will perform this Saturday alongside Tufts University’s premiere a cappella group, the Beelzebubs.

Known for placing second on NBC’s The Sing-Off, the Beelzebubs have most recently gained notoriety with Gleek’s through their work with the show. The ensemble has provided vocals and arrangements for the show’s fictional all-male group, the Warblers.

The show begins at 9:30 pm on April 2 and is being held in 105 Forum. Tickets are $3 for students and $4 general admission. For those unfamiliar with the a cappella scene, groups like these aren’t your typical choral groups performing classic pieces in foreign languages (with all do respect to Verdi, of course).

Check out a preview of both groups:

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Ali Fogarty

Ali Fogarty is a senior from the suburbs of Philadelphia majoring in Public Relations and Political Science who's passionate about Netflix and everything bagels.

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