UGC Announcements

UGC Spring Concert
Sunday, May 7th, 4:00 PM

The University Glee Club will perform their 2017 Spring Concert Blowin’ in the Wind on Sunday, May 7th at 4:00 p.m., at Bethesda Lutheran Church, 450 Whitney Ave. New Haven.

The concert will feature a variety of music selections including:

  • Brothers, Sing On!
  • Down by the Salley Gardens
  • The Lonely Coach Bell
  • This Little Light of Mine
  • Lord, Make Me an Instrument
    of Thy Peace
  • Blowin’ in the Wind/America
  • Shalom Chaverim/Yarabbe ssalami
  • Beloved Land
  • The Star Spangled Banner
  • We Sail the Ocean Blue
  • Edelweiss
  • There Is Nothin’ Like A Dame
  • Hello Mary Lou
  • Yesterday
  • Homeward Bound
  • Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight

Donation is $15.00.

Music & Repertoire

Our repertoire includes college songs, ballads, spirituals, classical pieces, holiday favorites, Broadway show tunes, patriotic music and folk songs.

The Glee Club Music Committee chooses the music for each season to suit a range of musical tastes and vocal talents.

Music Lists From Previous Concerts

Winter 2011: Holiday of Song

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Spring 2011: When Good Men Sing

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Winter 2010: Holiday Traditions

A celebration of carols from near and far, for young and old

Featuring The Silk 'n Sounds Chorus
Christine Hayes, Director
Michelle Brand, Assistant Director

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Spring 2010: An American Musical Portrait

Featuring guest singers Guilford's High School's VOICES

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Winter 2009

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Spring 2009

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Winter 2008

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Spring 2008

Guest Performers: The Hopkins School Concert Choir, New Haven, CT

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Winter 2007

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Spring 2007

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Winter 2006

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Spring 2006

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Winter 2005

  • Brothers, Sing On!, Edvard Grieg, arr. Howard D. McKinney
  • Laudate Dominum Marc-Antoine Charpentier
  • Ave Maria, Franz Schubert (Soloist: John Danbury)
  • La Pastorella, Lieder for Men's Choir, Franz Schubert
  • Widerspruch, Lieder for Men's Choir, Franz Schubert
  • Soloist in the three following pieces: Danica Nash, Mezzo Soprano
  • Che faro senza Euridice from Orfeo and Euridice, Gluck
  • Voi Che Sapete, from Le Nozze di Figaro, Mozart
  • Hello Young Lovers, from The King and I, Rodgers
  • Irish Blessing Bacek
  • Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening, from Frostiana, Randall Thompson
  • The Pasture from Frostiana, Randall Thompson
  • Hallelujah, Amen, from Judas Maccabaeus, Georg F. Handel
  • Al Hanisim D. Frimer
  • Riu, Riu, Chiu Linda Spavacek (Soloist: Thomas W. Cabeen)
  • Er is een kindeke, Arr. Fenno Heath (Soloist: Andrew D. Brooks)
  • In the Bleak Midwinter, G. Holst (Soloist: Thomas Bartiss)
  • Make Someone Happy Jule Styne (Soloist: Allan R. Silverstein)
  • I Wonder As I Wander, John Jacob Niles (Soloist: Victor H. Rosten)
  • Winter Wonderland Felix Bernard
  • O Holy Night, Adolphe Adam (Soloists: Timothy and William Barone)
  • O Come All Ye Faithful J Reading (Soloist: Robert J. Maus)
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Yale Alumni Weekend 2005

  • Brothers, Sing On!, Edvard Grieg, arr. Howard D. McKinney
  • Away to Rio, Songs of Yale, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • Bandolero, Songs of Yale edited Marshall Bartholomew
  • Amici, Songs of Yale, arr. H.S. Thompson
  • Danny Boy, Folksong, arr. Peeples
  • Zion's Walls, adapted Aaron Copland, arr. Glenn Koponen
  • Sometimes I feel like a Motherless Child, Spiritual arr. Fenno Heath
  • Little Innocent Lamb, Spiritual, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • My Lord, What a Morning, Spiritual, arr. John W. Work
  • Steal Away, Spiritual, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • On the Road to Mandalay, Oley Speaks, arr. Lucien Chaffin
  • O Lovely Night, J. Offenbach, arr. Max Spicker
  • You'll Never Walk Alone, Rodgers & Hammerstein, arr. Roy Ringwald
  • We Meet Again Tonight, Songs of Yale edited Marshall Bartholomew
  • When I See all the Lovin, (That They Waste On Babies) George Burns, arr. Walter. S. Collins
  • Last Cigar, Songs of Yale edited Marshall Bartholomew
  • The Deitch Company, Songs of Yale edited Marshall Bartholomew, arr. Gustave Stoeckel
  • Shenandoah, Folksong, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • America the Beautiful, Katharine Lee Bates & Samuel Ward
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Spring 2005

Guest Soloist Laurence T. Broderick, tenor NYC Opera

  • Brothers, Sing On!, Edvard Grieg, arr. Howard D. McKinney
  • Ride the Chariot, Arr. William Smith. Soloist Andrew D. Brooks
  • My Lord, What a Morning, Spiritual, arr. John W. Work. Soloist Robert J. Maus
  • Little Innocent Lamb, Spiritual, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • The Testament of Freedom, Randall Thompson
  • America, Samuel F. Smith & Henry Carey
  • America the Beautiful, Katharine Lee Bates & Samuel Ward
  • Zion's Walls, adapted Aaron Copland, arr. Glenn Koponen
  • O Lovely Night, (Barcarolle, The Tales of Hoffman) J. Offenbach, arr. Max Spicker
  • Danny Boy, Folksong, arr. Peeples. Soloist Carl Barone
  • Shenandoah, Folksong, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • Sometimes I feel like a Motherless Child, Spiritual arr. Fenno Heath. Soloist Allan Silverstein
  • Steal Away, Spiritual, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • On the Road to Mandalay, Oley Speaks, arr. Lucien Chaffin. Soloist Thomas Cabeen
  • Last Cigar, Songs of Yale edited Marshall Bartholomew
  • Away to Rio, Songs of Yale, arr. Marshall Bartholomew
  • All I Ask of You, Andrew Lloyd Webber. Solo by Thomas Bartis
  • You Raise Me Up, Joshua Grobin. Solo by John Danbury
  • Green-Eyed Dragon, Folk Ballad. Solo by Victor Roston
  • You'll Never Walk Alone, Rodgers & Hammerstein, arr. Roy Ringwald. Flutist Gloria Cabeen.
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Winter 2004

Guest Soloist Stephanie Gregory, Soprano

  • Exaltate Jubilate, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • He Shall feed his Flock, from the Messiah, George Frederic Handel
  • Fanfare Traditional Carols arr. Roland W. Dollhopf
  • Brothers, Sing On!, Edvard Grieg, arr. Howard D. McKinney
  • Eternal Father, John B. Dykes, words William Whiting, arr. Donald Bellah
  • In the Bleak Midwinter, Soloist Robert J. Maus
  • Its Beginning to Look Like Christmas, Meredith Wilson, arr. Stuart Churchill
  • Frostiana, Randall Thompson, words Robert Frost
  • Ava Maria, Franz Schubert. Soloist Thomas Bartiss
  • Calypso Noel, Gordon Krunnfusz. Guitarist Thomas Cabeen
  • Do You Hear What I Hear, Noel Regny and Gloria Shane, arr. Harry Simeone
  • Mary Did you Know, Mark Lowry and Buddy Greene. Solo by John Danbury
  • Carol of the Bells, M. Leontovich, arr. Peter J. Wilshousky
  • Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, J.S. Bach, arr. Mark Andrews
  • Rise Up Shepard, and Follow, Spiritual arr. Mark Hayes. Soloist Thomas Cabeen
  • Lo, How a Rose e'er Blooming, Michael Praetorius, arr. Archibald T. Davison
  • I Wonder as I Wander, Soloist Victor Rosten
  • El Yivneh Hagalil, Hebrew Folk Song, arr. Peter Sozio
  • Silver Bells, Jay Livingston, words Ray Evans, arr. George Terry
  • When I See all the Lovin, (That They Waste On Babies) George Burns, arr. Walter. S. Collins
  • By Strauss, George Gershwin, lyrics Ira Gershwin. Solo by Allan Silverstein
  • My Dancing Day, Traditional Carol, arr. Earlene Rentz
  • The Little Drummer Boy, Harry Simeone
  • The Deitch Company, Traditional German, arr. Gustave Stoeckel. Yodel, Joel Rosenbaum
  • O Holy Night, Adolphe Adam, arr. Mark Andrews. Soloist Carl Barone
  • O Come All Ye Faithful, Reading, arr. Baldwin. Soloist Robert J. Maus
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