University at Buffalo's Lower Voices A Cappella Group

About Us

We are the University at Buffalo's first a cappella group, founded back in 1995. Originally founded under the name "Cadence," the name was quickly dropped in order to come across as less serious and more contemporary. Since then, this group, primarily comprised of non-music based majors, has turned into a strong brotherhood of long-lasting bonds and continuous support for each other. 

We strive to bring the joy of music to our local Western New York community and around New York State. On top of being an award-winning group, we love to give back to our community by singing at high schools, retirement homes, and many other public events. 


Throughout a typical school year, we aim to host three concerts of our own, one at the end of the fall semester, one around Valentine's day (as homage to the group's first concert in 1996), and one at the end of the spring semester. We love to invite guest groups to come perform with us at our concerts as well, and are always super excited when we have the opportunity to guest for them at their respective schools. For more information about the concerts for the upcoming year, take a look at our Events page

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