The Headnotes are the University of Michigan Law School's a cappella singing group. Composed of approximately 16 law students, the Headnotes perform jazz, popular, and traditional arrangements in four-part harmony. The Headnotes are the only music group in the Law School and tailor their rehearsal schedule to meet the busy schedules of law students.
The Headnotes perform at graduation, impromptu concerts in the Law Library, and at their annual holiday and spring concerts. The group also performs at the Law Revue and at occasional concerts on and off campus. Auditions are held early in the fall and all interested persons are encouraged to attend.
To learn more about the Headnotes, please contact us via e-mail.