The Wellesley Widows are a twelve voice a cappella singing group. We celebrated our 60th anniversary in 2009, making us one of the nation's oldest women's collegiate a cappella singing ensembles. Originally known as the Wellesley College Octet, the Widows have a wide repertoire, specializing in popular music from the 1930s to the present, including modern songs by Rihanna, La Roux, and Justin Timberlake. We are proud to carry on a tradition of fine musical entertainment to audiences all over the United States as: The Wellesley Widows - Dressed to Kill since 1949.
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Wellesley Widows: Spring Forward, Fall Throw-Back 2013