The Mendelssohn Glee Club was able to reach its historic150th-year milestone in large part because of supporters like you. If you attended our spring or winter gala anniversary concerts, and have not yet had the opportunity to contribute to MGC, we'd like you to know that your financial help is still welcome and appreciated.
MGC is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All contributions are tax deductible.
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To make an appointment for an audition, please contact the conductor at 212-362-8550 or click here.
For general questions about the Club or for
additional information, please contact the
President, Edward Darnall (email).
To schedule an audition,
please contact the conductor, Gene Wisoff, at 212-362-8550 or email him
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.
Schedule: Rehearsals for the 2019 spring season begin January 28.
2019 Annual Spring Concert
Tuesday evening, May 14; 7 pm
as The Mendelssohn Glee Club presents
performing works by
***Tuesday evening, May 14; 7pm
Stephen Wise Synagogue
30 West 68th Street, New York City (between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West)
CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION AND SILENT
AUCTION TO FOLLOW CONCERT
more info at 212-362-8550 or click here
Click here to read a review of our spring 2013 concert by Barron's blogger Richard C. Morais.
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.
Documentary about MGCMen Who Sing: The 56-minute documentary follows the Club from rehearsals through performances over two years, providing glimpses of the singers and conductor at work and at play, and features interviews with both members and others connected to the chorus.
Click here to order DVD from Amazon.com.
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
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).
For general questions about the Club or for additional information, please contact the president, Edward Darnall (email).
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