Redefined is the premiere co-ed a cappella group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Redefined was formed in October of 2001 by Nate Mendl and Andrew Jarvinen. It was realized early on that the group had a dynamic and unique sound. Redefined made their public debut on February 16, 2002 during the regional round of the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella held at Mills Hall in Madison. On December 6, 2002, Redefined hosted it's first large theater concert. It was a smash success, selling out the 1300 seat Wisconsin Union Theater and setting a new standard for a cappella music on the UW campus and the Madison area. Redefined has continued to raise the standard for co-ed a cappella, performing across the Midwest and in Madison. They perform a large theater concert each semester, in addition to numerous other shows during the year. They have quickly become the favorite of fans across the country and are notorious on the Internet for their Nintendo Medley. Now an established and very successful group, Redefined has released six studio albums: Redefined (2002), VooBoo (2004), The Sunday Scheme (2006), Checking In (2008), and Drive (2010), and Inside Out (2012) Redefined is currently an 16-member ensemble comprised of 4 basses, 3 tenors, 4 altos, 4 sopranos and 1 vocal percussionist.