The Undertones, a subset of the University of Notre Dame Glee Club, performed at the Arboretum on the
Christ Cathedral campus on Sunday, Jan. 8. The 12-member all-male a cappella group was founded in 1996.
Originally formed out of the University of Notre Dame Glee Club, they continue to draw their members
exclusively from the now-107-year-old ensemble, among the nation’s oldest collegiate a cappella ensembles.
The Undertones perform innovative, original arrangements of music ranging from classic rock to 90s favorites to contemporary hits. They have produced several albums and tour nationally each year from their home base in northwest Indiana.
—Photo by Ian Tran/Diocese of Orange