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The all-male Williams Octet is the oldest a cappella group at Williams College, founded in 1941 by the illustrious Warren Hunke.

Recent Fall concert 2005 featured song, dance, nerf warfare, two recorders played simultaneously, apocalyptic language, and the now-famous Kang hug.

You may think all a cappella is the same, however...

Helpful distinguishing features of the Octet:

--We don't sing at our parties.

--We don't wear dresses (on stage).

See our website http://www.williamsoctet.com for procastinatory material, out-of-date schedules and information, and CD ordering instructions. Auditions are held each year in early September.

A cappella with balls.

Making girls scream since 1941. (did Williams have girls then? they were screaming in spirit.)

Formerly known as "The Ocho".


OCTET– Sing some, drink some, get some.

'Members' include:

Ryan McNeely '06

Don Mitchell '06

Merritt Edlind '07

Dan Wollin '07

Blake Emerson '07

Auyon Mukharji '07

Dave Senft '07

Daniel Yudkin '08

Tommy Gill '08

Polo Black-Golde '08

Harris Paseltiner '09

Alex Kopynec '09

Eric Kang '09

Rich McDowell '09