Men and Women for Octaves Celebrates 10-year Anniversary

Men and Women for Octaves, the a cappella club on campus, is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.

Both groups in the club, the Octaves and Royal Harmony, spend each semester learning a variety of songs to perform at their concert at the end of the semester.  The groups also perform at various events on and off campus.  Over the years, dozens of Royals have become part of the Men and Women for Octaves family.

After 10 years of countless rehearsals, performances, bonding and service activities, the club has gained a reputation for being a dedicated, talented group that brings uplifting entertainment to many events!

Dr. Michael Friedman is the moderator of the club, as well as a member of the Octaves, and has been with the club since its start.  We reached out to Dr. Friedman to learn more about the club and how it has changed over the past 10 years.

How did a cappella get started at Scranton?

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