To schedule an audition, please contact the conductor, Gene Wisoff, at 212-362-8550 or email him here.
Computer sheet music with audible notes for each voice is provided to facilitate learning at home.
Day and time: Monday from 7 to 9:15 pm. Street parking is usually available at our rehearsal hours.
the 2016 winter
season begin in September.
The Mendelssohn Glee Club of New York City was founded in 1866. Named for composer Felix Mendelssohn, the Club has offered for the enjoyment of our members and friends at least two concerts in every year of our existence. The nonprofit organization is the oldest menís chorus in the country and the second oldest independent musical organization (after the New York Philharmonic).
MGC on NPR
Click here to read a review of our spring 2013 concert by Barron's blogger Richard C. Morais.
About Felix Mendelssohn
Felix Mendelssohn was born on February 3, 1809, in Hamburg, Germany.
His best-known works include A Midsummer Night's Dream
(with the famous "Wedding March"); his four symphonies (especially
the "Italian" and the "Scottish"); a violin concerto; piano pieces
entitled Songs Without Words; and the oratorio Elias (a
large-scale work for chorus, orchestra, and soloists).
We hope that our audiences have enjoyed our performances as much as we have enjoyed singing. Please keep in mind that the ability of the Club to continue depends on financial support from friends like you. Donations.
Benefit recitals and special performances
Click here to read about benefit recitals.
We welcome the opportunity to share our joy of singing. If you would be interested in having the Club perform for your organization, please contact us.
For general questions about the Club or for additional information, please contact the President, John Memmolo: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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