Duly Noted has been built on the vocal and character diversity of its members whose interests span many musical genres.
With this diversity, Duly Noted strives to rehearse and perform using all of the strengths of its members as individuals to create a unique a cappella experience.
Duly Noted performs at various on campus events throughout the academic year. We have high hopes for the upcoming semesters.
Justin Nelson posted up fliers around the RPI campus to find other students interested in establishing an all-male A Cappella group. After hearing back from Jim Tatalias and Gavin Templer, he made arrangements for the three to meet and make plans for starting up the group the following semester.
From the start, this diverse and quirky group of male singers were eager to hit the stage and perform songs from all eras and genres. Those who know Duly Noted and see them together say that the group seems like an unlikely gathering of singers, but it is this range of characters that builds the essence of Duly Noted and makes us unique.
The group decided it was time to host their very own show. Rehearsals that semester were tough, Stephen Ball and many other members at the time recalled. It took a lot of hard work and dedication, but we pulled it off.
On this historic day, Duly Noted, the Cornell Chordials and the UMass Amherst Vocal Suspects got together at The Duly Noted Show and each group got on stage for their own moment under the limelight. The excitement swept us all off our feets!!
Our group decided that it was time to become more inclusive. We decided to change from being strictly all-male to being a TTBB group! With this change, our group has grown greatly and we are excited to continue growing and performing!!
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