Conductor: Dr. Meg Stohlmann
The Glee Club is one of four choral ensembles at Gonzaga University. The ensemble was established as part of the college’s long tradition of singing which dates all the way back to famed singer—and Gonzaga alum—Bing Crosby’s invitation for the Glee Club to appear with him on his nationally-syndicated Hollywood radio show in 1949. It is comprised of any and all tenors and basses on campus who would like to sing and meets twice weekly to rehearse in the Music Hall. The ensemble performs at the ZagFamily Weekend concert, participates in Gonzaga’s annual Candlelight Christmas Concerts, and presents a yearly spring concert alongside the rest of the music department’s choral ensembles.
- TTBB ensemble
- Rehearses TR 3:15-4:30pm
- The most historic choral ensemble on campus
- Music spans barbershop to pop a cappella and traditional choral music
Membership by audition is open to all Gonzaga students, regardless of major or class standing. For audition or upcoming performance information, contact the Director of Choirs, Dr. Meg Stohlmann