Penn State Men’s Glee Club to hold its annual fall concert
The Pennsylvania State University Men’s Glee Club will hold its annual fall concert on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 7:30 p.m., in the worship hall of the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center. This program will feature music from Felix Mendelssohn and Malcolm Dalglish, as well as some traditional Penn State songs and a set of pieces performed by the Hi-Lo’s, a small group comprised of some of the glee club’s members.
Penn State Glee Club, founded in December of 1888, is one of Penn State’s oldest student organizations. They have held many performances all over Pennsylvania and the United States. The club has also had tours abroad in Wales, Trinidad and Tobago, France, New Zealand, and Iceland. The director of the glee club is Christopher Kiver, and its members come from all the colleges on Penn State’s University Park campus.
The general admission tickets will be sold at $4.99 and student tickets are $2. Tickets will go on sale 45 minutes prior to the concert in the lobby and are cash only. Students should be mindful that, unlike other concerts, no advance ticket purchases are available.
If you cannot attend, the concert also will be live-streamed on the Penn State School of Music’s website.