Dooley Noted A Cappella

We deliver the gift of music to those around us.


Dooley Noted is a co-ed a cappella group on the campus of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Established in 2006, we are Emory's only service-oriented group that arranges and performs a wide variety of songs spanning several decades and genres.

We evolved from a musically decent group in 2006 into the “group to beat” on campus after a succession of incredibly talented music directors improved the image of the group and productivity during rehearsals. Furthermore, Dooley Noted has a dynasty of award-winning arrangers who continue to provide the group with intricate arrangements. 

We perform monthly at Emory's First Friday, a showcase of a cappella talent on campus. You can also catch us annually at Barenaked Voices, a charity performance event helping to raise money for the Emory Helpline, or at our semesterly concerts! You may even see us at the ICCA every other year, or Christmas caroling around Atlanta neighborhoods. We are continuously working to strengthen our presence in the Atlanta community, and perform for many events around campus and in local hospitals and event centers. Most recently, you may have seen us at the Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show with Maroon 5, Big Boi, and Travis Scott!



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Super Bowl LIII Halftime Show

Dooley Noted performs with Adam Levine, Travis Scott, and Big Boi at Mercedez-benz stadium in Atlanta, GA

ICCA Quarterfinals

Best Soloist Award (Sylvia Ware singing Don’t Blame ME)



Music Video Release Surpasses 10k Views

Hollow by Tori Kelly, solo by Sylvia Ware, Arrangement by Eric Newell, Recording by Colin Egan, Video by Sam Kramer



ICCA Quarterfinals

1st place Group

Best Soloist award (Stephanie Yates singing Mercy)

Best Arrangement (Greg Matteson for Sincerely Jane)

ICCA Semifinals

3rd Place Group