The prestigious, Dartmouth College Glee Club recently performed an open concert on November 28th in Lampton Auditorium. The Dartmouth Glee Club is an exciting and accomplished ensemble with a 138-year history of musical excellence featuring a group of 40+ serious choral singers, led by Louis Burkot since 1981.
Its ever increasing repertory spans five centuries, with a distinguished performance history including many of the masterworks of choral-orchestral literature, fully staged opera, operettas and musicals with all-student casts, large and small a cappella works and the cherished songs of Dartmouth College located in Hanover, New Hampshire.
In addition to international tours to Canada, Italy, and Brazil, the Glee Club regularly tours all across the United States. They have released 5 CDs of choral music. Mississippi School of the Arts vocal music alumnus, Emmanuel Howze is a member of the group and performed as well. The MSA Chorale opened the concert with a few holiday pieces. Both Dartmouth and MSA vocal groups opened their stage presence with the singing of their respective school’s distinguished Alma Mater.